This week we have a rather lengthy discussion on the topic of self-care, what it is, why it's important, what we do to engage in it. It's probably not the first time we've talked about it, it just seems like it's that important.
So full disclosure right here, we'll be using the word "Shithole" in this episode because hey, if the president can do it we can too.
The episode in which AhnnaLise shares her insights after her blog was discontinued on Pathos, the one in which we rant a bit about Star Wars and express our excitement over the impending Black Panther film.
As we noted in the show, we're including AhnnaLise's blog post here:
After three weeks away (all Corey's fault) we return for a discussion on Epiphany. What is it, why it's important, whether or not The Star should have included the Slaughtering of the Innocents and whether we should share that story during children's time or not. We also get on quite a few side tracks, but all in all a good episode, one you don't want to miss as we enter 2018.
Corey and Ethan are sucked into the strange world of philosophical art house film. In this episode they talk about The Tree of Life, a film some might call self-indulgent in it's questions of evil, grace, and nature.
This is the last episode of the year, we'll be back in 2018 with our very own podcast station.
This week Corey, AhnnaLise, and Jeff talk peace, what is it, how do we achieve it, where do we work to find it in the chaos that is Advent.
This week Corey watches The Star and... tells Ethan all about it. Ethan, who didn't watch it tries to figure out if it's worth his time (it's really not).
Kicking off the Advent season we have our first of four part series, this time talking, hope.
Corey and Ethan find the worst movie yet. Do not watch this movie, listen to the review where we watch it so you don't have to.
This is the first Christian movie we award a 0 out of 5, if we rated things that way.
The final part of our series on death and resurrection, we talk about Calvinism- what's wrong with it; and mainly about why this all matters. We also spend a disproportionate amount of time tearing into Harry Potter, but don't worry we saved that for the end.