Kathryn Fisher shows us the value of our one life through the lens of the latest from the extended Shrek universe.
Ryan Guerra shares how the playtime showcased on the kid's show Bluey is an inspiration to him as a nerd who has experienced rejection.
Is there power in beauty? Garrett Davidson presents an article inspired by Amazon Prime's The Rings of Power, to make the case for more creativity in the church.
What good are gods for? Paul Butterworth engages Thor: Love and Thunder's exploration of theodicy and what we value in the gods we worship.
World of Warcraft is defined by the Horde–Alliance conflict, but cross-faction play represents a joyous unification transcending differences.
How do we manage our expectations? Eric Osterday writes how we do this and how they shape our churches and nerd culture—for better and worse.
Star Wars fans have a reputation for and history with toxicity. There's a path forward to promote good conduct and criticism in the fandom.
When it's hard to see the good in our circumstances, Shadow of the Tomb Raider reminds us to find God's blessings in the way things are.
Some nerdy media always gets a bad rap in the church. CJ Burroughs has three steps for how to enjoy all things with openness and discernment.
It's that time of year when we are thinking about moms, so CJ picks his favorite moms in nerdy pop culture for reach alignment on the Dungeons & Dragon's spectrum.