Things happen and faith is shaken and we ask “Why?” and “How?”
Monthly Archive: December 2015
For far too long, I was a “Sunday Christian.”
“Even though you are critical of the Church, you still want to stay a part of it.”
To some people, being pregnant means glowy Instagram selfies and gender reveal parties and pinning nursery pictures and prenatal yoga. To me, being pregnant has meant keeping puke bags in the car.
Here are seven examples of Christmas traditions that were under fire this year.
By adding this question, Public Policy Polling is admitting that they don’t take their work seriously, they don’t take their polls seriously, and they don’t take data seriously.
People could not fathom the idea of going to a place where Internet was spotty at best and there was no air conditioning.
This week join Jordan, Matthias, and Zach as we we fight a little bit about how people have reacted to the new “Star Wars” (and then a little more about the value of Star...
Would “Home Alone” be the same without Catherine O’Hara’s speech in the middle of an airport? Have you really heard “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” if you haven’t teared up over the original (and heartbreaking) Judy Garland rendition in “Meet Me in St. Louis”?
Rubio touched on the most important problem for any new president: the fact that trust in the government is nearly completely gone.