This week, our friend Paul Turner takes a look at the family trauma found in the MCU and specifically in Shang Chi while also examining a difficult truth; family trauma doesn't have to define who you are
Michael Joesph ManacciWriter Going as far back as the writings of the ancient Mesopotamians, the struggles between Father and son are well documented within literature. Having existed almost all of humanity’s existence, these struggles are one of the most human experiences that is universally relatable. Throughout the mythologies of the countless cultures of the earth, … Continue reading Father’s Day Thoughts from October Sky
It's the start of Kung Fu February where all month long we are taking a look at some epic Kung Fu Movies! This week Celeste is taking a look at the Jackie Chan Classic, Drunken Master! Chan's Master found himself in a place where he could not operate without the source of his abilities. Today Celeste is spring boarding off of this to talk about how we as Christians shouldn't try to operate without the Presence of the Lord.
This week on Geek Devotions! Celeste is taking a look at DisneyPlus' Lady and The Tramp! This "live-action" remake of the Disney Classic brings forth an interesting theme of loving people even if they don't come from the same background as you. Celeste uses this as a conversational piece to talk about how we should respond to the people of the world, even those we don't like.