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Back Row 404 – 406 | Facebook Blacks Out

Radio Matt & Mo discuss the Facebook whistleblower, the idea of government control of social media, what really caused the Facebook blackout, and the pros and cons of social media in general.

Pull List 60 | What If?

Penguin Random House’s first foray into comic book printing and shipping had a bit of a rough start with many comic book shops receiving damaged shipments, DC FanDome is back on October 16th, and Hector wonders “What if?” Swamp Thing had a second season so he could pursue the career of acting? Chris and Hector […]

The Value of Defense in Star Wars: Visions – The Elder

To be defensive is more than just a fighting or sports technique. It's a way of being in all things, as Episode 7 of Visions teaches us.

The Power of Communion in Ted Lasso

Bible Thump | Missional Drift

Drew Dixon admittedly gets a little preachy in this one as he shares the Gospel of Mark where the Pharisees confront Jesus after he cleared the temple.

LTN Shorts | Week 52 | Christian Radio Has Gone to the Nerds

Our weekly re-cap of the exclusive Shorts aired on LTN Radio for the week of October 4th through October 10th. Listen live on LTNonair.com!

The Power of Connection in Star Wars: Visions – The Village Bride

Episode 4 of Visions shows us that to live fully means to surround and bind ourselves to others, for that is the greatest Force there is.

Two Words 18 | You’re Fired

Wrestlers getting fired is commonplace and not all that scandalous, typically. But these last two years have brought a culling of over 100 talents from the WWE rosters. We talk about the biggest mistakes and who has made it out the best since being released.

Fighting for Family in Star Wars: Visions – The Twins

No matter the era or timeline, Star Wars is a recurring tale of giving others the benefit of the doubt, as reflected in Episode 3 of Visions.

Moving Forward for Friends in Star Wars: Visions – Tatooine Rhapsody

Episode 2 teaches us that dwelling fondly on the past is pleasant, but it can prevent us from living life more fully with, and for, friends.