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Reflections

Why Hope Must Fuel Action – The Emotional Spectrum Part 3: Blue

In this third reflection from the Green Lantern comics "Emotional Spectrum," we see how powerful hope is, but how to do any good, it must be pair with purposeful action and will.

Overcoming Fear – The Emotional Spectrum Part 2: Yellow

In this second reflection from the Green Lantern comics "Emotional Spectrum," we see how our own Fear is a powerful, crippling force, and how we can overcome it.

The Power Source Behind Our Will – The Emotional Spectrum Part 1: Green

In this first reflection from the Green Lantern comics "Emotional Spectrum," we see how our own Willpower is not enough, and why we need to tap into a larger power source.

What If…? Season 2 & Embracing Unanswerable Questions with Faith

Steve shares his thoughts about the arc of two characters in What If...? (Season 2), and how they showcase two different approaches to the question.

The Flash & the Past

CJ shares with us how the heart of The Flash (2023) actually hits strong with a powerful message of how the past can be either a prison or a launchpad.

Bruce Almighty & Painting with Dark Colors

Radio Matt shares how a Bruce Almighty deleted scene showcase a deep Biblical truth about why God allows bad things to happen to people.

Blue Beetle & the Legacy We Leave

Kathryn Fisher takes a look at the legacy we build and how we build it, inspired by the latest DC movie, Blue Beetle.

Mortal Kombat 1 & Redemption in a World of Death

Mike Mordenga shows how the story of creation and redemption is interwoven into the lore of Mortal Kombat 1.

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.

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.