“A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing.” – Oscar Wilde As I watched the download bar sloth its way across the flicker of my screen, I thought this purchase would be a waste of my hard earned dollars. A victim to the hype and marketing, […]
Each week, as we make our way through this Advent season, LTN Writers will provide short nerdy devotionals for you and your family to enjoy.
This Advent season we look to the stories we tell that reflect the hope found in the Gospel, as we prepare for Christ's second coming.
While we are all pressured to pretend that everything is okay when it is not, One Piece's Ebisu Town encourages us to a more meaningful, hopeful form of grief.
WandaVision has always been about grief, but the finale reminds us of the power of hope to see us through.
Over the Garden Wall illustrates how hope is an integral part of the human experience.
Final Fantasy XIII illustrates the redemptive impact one act of repentance can have upon a broken world.
Andrew Crawford reflects on how battling monsters in Dauntless mirrors the battle many of us face daily with our own minds.
Despite what you might have heard in church, echoes of the gospel can found in video games, Dungeons & Dragons, anime, comics, and board games.
Listening to the new audio drama, McGillicuddy and the Murderer's Pawn Shop challenges us to refuse to accept our brokenness as the status quo.