Trauma — physical, emotional, psychological — has come on our radar more and more in recent days. We talk about mental health, and we should. But mental health very rarely can be discussed without also working through trauma.
Take a moment and check out this new documentary film entitled The Wisdom of Trauma.
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I rarely make it to the cinema these days, but this past weekend my wife and I were able to catch the new film A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, mainly because it was our anniversary and the kiddos were with my parents. I’m late to the game as well, since the movie hit theaters 3 weeks ago. That’s an eternity in the cinematic world. Continue reading →
In the Spring of 2017, an original Netflix show was released, taking much of the adolescent and college-aged world by storm. That series was 13 Reasons Why. Continue reading →
Last week I watched the recently released film, Come Sunday, on Netflix. The movie is about COGIC bishop, Carlton Pearson’s, slow but sure movement toward what is identified as universal reconciliation.
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There’s a new film coming out this summer: Won’t You Be My Neighbor. The film looks at the story of Fred Rogers, a hero for kids who grew up in the 60s, 70s and 80s, and his famous show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
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