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Iron Man: The Tony Stark MCU Watch Order

Radio Matt shares how to follow the Iron Man/Tony Stark story through the MCU timeline, when you don't want to commit to the whole saga.

The Fellowship of the Ring & Our Powerlessness Over Temptation

Iris Cruz takes a look at powerlessness through the lens of The Fellowship of the Ring. This article focuses on our need for God and accountability partners to help us fighting our temptations.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts: You Are Not Alone

Kathryn Fisher shares with us a reflection from the latest Transformers movie and how it shows us we are never as alone as we may feel.

John Wick: Morally Gray Characters and their Impact on Culture

Grace Luopa takes a look at morally gray characters like John Wick, Morbius, and Moon Knight - comparing and contrasting how and why they do what that do - and what we can learn from them.

Inside Out & Stepping Out of Denial

Iris Cruz takes a look at denial through the lens of the classic PIXAR movie, Inside Out. This article showcases how refusing to accept sadness and pain just causes more problems.

The Benevolent Hands that Guide Malevolent Hands: Gospel Reflections on GOTG 3 – Part 3

Jake Thomas wraps up a set of 3 reflections from Guardians of the Galaxy 3, here focusing on God's greater purpose when things seem hopeless.

Purpose Lost & Found: Gospel Reflections on GOTG 3 – Part 2

Jake Thomas continues a set of 3 reflections from Guardians of the Galaxy 3, here focusing on finding a new purpose.

The Damage of Grief and Trauma on Identity: Gospel Reflections on GOTG 3 – Part 1

Jake Thomas begins a set of 3 reflections from Guardians of the Galaxy 3, here focusing on the powerful and damaging impact of grief.

Quantumania & The Big Impact of Little Acts

Kathryn Fisher shares her reflections on "Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania" and how little acts can accomplish much more than we imagine.

Ted Lasso & Letting People Enjoy Things

Radio Matt loved Ted Lasso's finale and he thought most people agreed. But for some reason, a lot of online critics are here to tell him why he's wrong.