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As a Boomer I love to talk. Turns out, so does my chatty Millennial co-host. And our favorite way to connect with one another, and hopefully help others connect with each other, is by building conversational bridges. No matter what end of the generational bridge you currently land on, we hope you will join us as we converse with some of our finest “skyscraper” friends who are making inspirational verbal and written differences in our ever-expanding, and ever-connected world. This is Bridges ...
 
James Gregory public lectures on Science and Christianity bring in world-class scholars to St Andrews to present cutting-edge perspectives on the relationship of faith and science. They will take place over a three-year period from September 2013 - May 2016. The aim of these lectures is to encourage a constructive and open conversation about questions of science and faith. The lectures are supported by a generous grant from the John Templeton foundation and are a part of the School of Divini ...
 
For Orthodox Christian fathers and husbands who want advice to win the race to Christ. We discuss how to be the men God called us to be and how to be role models for our children. As Orthodox Christian men, we are called to be leaders in the home and we talk about the best ways we can support our wives and children. Topics include raising kids in the Orthodox faith, fulfilling your duty as a father, and how to be the priests of our little home churches. Past guests include Father Barnabas Po ...
 
Communion often begins with good conversation, and good conversation often begins around the table. Join in on the table talk with award-winning singers, songwriters and authors Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer and their thoughtful guests for the brand new TV show and podcast – Dinner Conversations ... Turning the Light On One Question at a Time.
 
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Thanksgiving is typically full of feasting and family and friends. But this year? For most of us, gathering with others to enjoy our typical feast is off the table due to the global pandemic. Even if you are able to celebrate with your immediate family, the day is likely to be tinged with emptiness. And emptiness has a way of diminishing our gratit…
 
Though she may be known around the nation as a funny woman, Anita Renfroe (anitarenfroe.com) is famous among her friends (and beyond!) for serving up heaping helpings of hospitality ... and food! Harnessing her giftedness as a hostess with the most-ess, Anita prepares a table ready-made for building friendship and instigating meaningful conversatio…
 
With family gatherings just around the corner (or not) for Thanksgiving, Wade and Kevin take a look at a couple of new family dramas that are just hitting streaming platforms this week! First up is Ron Howard's Hillbilly Elegy, starring Amy Adams and Glenn Close. How does the cinematic adaptation of J.D. Vance's bestselling memoir fare in its trans…
 
Our gifted friend, poet, and all-things-creative artist Reba Rambo bridges the generations with her gifts of music, mentorship, and God’s grace. In this witty and wise conversation, the music legend shares sound advice on the importance of honoring the past, being at peace with the present, and forging headlong into the future –– sincerely a conver…
 
In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson kick off a new miniseries titled Happy, Thankful, People. Each episode of the series includes a special guest who has something specific to share about how we can clear some of the hurdles that come with the holiday season. Barnabas Piper joins this episode to discuss our expectations o…
 
Dust off your chess sets and start reminding yourself of the difference between pawns and bishops because the world of competitive chess is the talk of the town again. Netflix's lends some midcentury glamour to the cerebral, famously nerdy pursuit with its new miniseries The Queen's Gambit, featuring Anya Taylor-Joy as a fiercely ambitious chess pr…
 
As a naval aviator, Captain Tammie Jo Shults (captainshults.com) was trained to maneuver the skies. But nothing could have prepared her for the real-life-drama that unfolded on April 17, 2018, as she maneuvered Southwest Flight 1380 –– a flight destined for disaster. Tammie Jo's fateful flight's tale –– now a part of her book, "Nerves of Steel: How…
 
Seeing & Believing spend some time on the HBO streaming service this week! First up is Robert Zemeckis's try at remaking Roald Dahl's classic children's book The Witches. Transplanting the story to the 1960s American South and featuring Anne Hathaway and Octavia Spencer, Zemeckis's new film aims to refresh Dahl's tale of grotesque witches plotting …
 
Jason Gray (jasongraymusic.com) is one of the finest singer-songwriters we know (and all over the radio, hello!), and he’s using his gift of speech and song to help us cross a bridge from disorder to order – and that’s a trail worthy of trekking. Listen closely and you’ll learn a lot. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Gen…
 
Sofia Coppola directs the first of several films for A24 and Apple+, On The Rocks which Wade and Kevin review first. The film reunites Coppola with Murray and brings in Office alum Jones as a Father/Daughter pair who are intent on catching Jones' fiancé in the act of betrayal while wrestling with Murray's own history of infidelity. The second half …
 
Rebekah Lyons (rebekahlyons.com) is the queen of rhythm, having set forth a path to rest and renewal through the conversations incited by her bestselling books and her popular Rhythms For Life podcast. So take a breather and listen in as we learn how to pattern lives marked by peace. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Gene…
 
As Election Day inches closer, Seeing & Believing devotes some time to a movie about the fallout from another chaotic election season: the riots that surrounded the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Aaron Sorkin writes and directs The Trial of the Chicago Seven with his usual verbal flair; does he find the cinematic flair to match? Wa…
 
Author, speaker and influencer extraordinaire Carlos Whittaker (carloswhittaker.com) gets us all fired up as we explore the endless, exciting frontier of living a life of adventure with a “wild” faith. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Conversations here: BridgesShow.com And don't forget to subscribe to our B…
 
In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson wrap up their For God and Country series. Each episode has tackled an aspect of how faith and politics collide. This final conversation looks at the value and power of a single vote, the one we've been entrusted with for each item on our ballot. Voting truly is a privilege, but in these…
 
What's the topic for the debut episode of Bridges? Fear! Through recounting their own bouts with anxiety, Patsy and Andrew bridge the generation gap by diving headlong into a thoughtful conversation about a human experience that knows no age limits. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Conversations here: Bridge…
 
Patsy and Andrew ponder the power of hiding the word of God in our minds and hearts through the beauty and presentation of the new Abide Bible. Join us for this conversation as we ready to release our debut episode of Bridges later this week! Learn more about The Abide Bible here: BridgesShow.com/Abide Learn more about Bridges here: BridgesShow.com…
 
It's documentary week here on Seeing & Believing, featuring two new films from Netflix. Wade and Kevin dig into Dick Johnson Is Dead, an intensely personal new film from Cameraperson director Kirsten Johnson. By turns irreverent, playful, and deeply emotional, Johnson's film explores the prospect of death and what it means to say goodbye. The guys …
 
With the amount of turmoil that's typically associated with political conversation and engagement, it can be very tempting to look for a reprieve. Every issue truly is connected to the common good that we're called to work toward. But when every conversation turns into a politically charged exchange, it's quite tempting to demand that others stop b…
 
Detectives are the name of the game on Seeing & Believing this week. Netflix's new film starring Stranger Things' Millie Bobby Brown has arrived, adding to the Sherlock Holmes Cinematic Universe with Enola Holmes. Brown plays the famous Sherlock's younger sister, who embarks on her own sleuthing adventure involving the disappearance of her mother a…
 
As a Boomer I love to talk. Turns out, so does my chatty Millennial co-host. And our favorite way to connect with one another, and hopefully help others connect with each other, is by building conversational bridges. No matter what end of the generational bridge you currently land on, we hope you will join us as we converse with some of our finest …
 
Racial reckoning, a threatening pandemic, devastating wildfires... our country is practically pulling apart at the seams. In the middle of all this, we're facing the usual fervor associated with a presidential election. Except this isn't like other presidential elections, because of heightened turmoil of our times makes the discord all the more obv…
 
Perhaps during this series you've become open to the idea that political engagement is an avenue for kingdom flourishing to bring about the common good. And perhaps you've also clarified the sort of nation you want to build with your political engagement. Now we move from theory into practice, because political engagement will actually require you …
 
With Wade on vacation, Kevin calls on Sarah Welch-Larson this week to help make sense of Charlie Kaufman's latest brain-bender. I'm Thinking of Ending Things, now streaming on Netflix, features Kaufman's trademark metafictional flourishes and thematic concerns; does it stand alongside Synecdoche, NY and Anomalisa in pulling off the balancing act be…
 
In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson dig into the For God and Country series. In this conversation, Erin and Hannah look to the pain points Christians are feeling and use them to unearth the way fear can sway our political leanings. In Christian circles, there has been increasing concern about religious rights and freedoms…
 
The calendar says that summer is drawing to a close, but Seeing & Believing refuses to accept it! Blockbuster season goes on as the guys take the plunge on the Disney+ exclusive Mulan, the latest live-action remake of a Disney animated feature. The "Summer of Darkness" also continues with a review of Brick, Rian Johnson's 2006 debut, which sets the…
 
In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson kick off their fall series called For God and Country. Each episode of the series will tackle an aspect of how faith and politics collide. To get the conversation started, Erin and Hannah host fellow Christ and Pop Culture writer Kaitlyn Schiess. Kaitlyn is a seminary student and bright…
 
Brush up on your air-guitar skills and get your SoCal dude-accents ready, because Seeing & Believing embarks on another excellent adventure this week. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter may be getting a little long in the tooth, but that doesn't mean they can't bring their iconic slackers back for another victory lap around time and space. Wade and Kevin…
 
Humor has been rather hard to find in 2020. We've had month after month of very serious happenings. When the world is falling apart, laughter feels wrong—even callous. Serious things call for a serious countenance... right? In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson kick off a late summer miniseries called Getting By. Each episo…
 
As election season spins up in earnest, the guys get into the spirit of the season with a new documentary. Boys State explores what happens when over a thousand bright high school boys from Texas get together to form their own two-party government: is it more Frank Capra or more Lord of the Flies? Also on the docket is the next installment in the "…
 
Our current moment of political, social, and even religious upheaval has been isolating in many inexplicable ways. COVID-19 restrictions have eliminate many of our opportunities to build friendships and network with colleagues. Many of us are now working, schooling, and worshiping from home, severing limiting our social circles. As a result, psycho…
 
Back from their one-week break, Wade and Kevin continue their Summer of Darkness series on film noir by crossing the Atlantic to check out Elevator to the Gallows, the Miles Davis-scored noir that launched the careers of director Louis Malle and star Jeanne Moreau. Also lighting up the screen this week is the new release Tesla, an…
 
In polite conversation, when someone greets you and asks how you are doing, the typical, benign reply is to say you "are doing just fine, thanks." But today, that reply feels disingenuous at best, considering the global pandemic, the racial reckoning across our nation, and the general polarization in society. Saying we are doing just fine, even whe…
 
After four months of navigating COVID-19 worries and addressing societal inequalities, it seems that most of us are embracing the reality that our world is forever changed. We're learning new ways to work, build community, celebrate milestones, and more. But none of it is easy or second nature. It's actually quite difficult. Most of us are getting …
 
Two very different kinds of family melodramas are featured in this week's episode. First is actor James D'Arcy's directing/screenwriting debut, the Liam Neeson-starring Made in Italy, about a roguish artist, his estranged son, and the dilapidated villa in Italy they try to sell together. The other film this week is about a roguish salesman who gets…
 
At 83 years-young, Charlie Daniels passed away on July 6, 2020. Filmed at his home studio in Nashville last year, this never-before-seen conversation with the Country music legend (https://charliedaniels.com) was much more than a chit-chat with a musical giant – it was a glimpse into the heart of a man educated and inspired by a lifetime of family,…
 
This week, Seeing & Believing kicks off a new series on film noir! Our "Summer of Darkness" begins in a slightly unconventional place with the Humphrey Bogart-starring In a Lonely Place, about a hotheaded screenwriter whose romance with a neighbor hits a rough patch when the police accuse him of murder. The thing is, maybe he is guilty? The guys al…
 
Whether your tastes run toward the blockbuster or the literary, there's a review for you this week. Wade and Kevin sit down with Netflix's superhero-adjacent action flick The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron as the leader of a band of immortal, Wolverine-like warriors. They also take some time for Flannery a documentary chronicling the life and …
 
Laughter is a gift. An excessive blessing without a practical purpose. Other things can bring relief, connect us with each other, and reveal our faults, but laughter does these things with playfulness and joy. What does it look like to receive and give this form of grace?על ידי Christ and Pop Culture
 
Kelly Reichardt's latest film has finally made its way to a home release, and the guys are ready for it! First Cow, a period piece about two friends trying to eke out a living in the hardscrabble Oregon Territory by milking a rich man's cow on the sly, has a lot to say about our present moment. Listen to find out why Wade and Kevin think it's one o…
 
Adrian Shepherd joined Dave to give us dads some much-needed time management tips and hacks. Adrian is an Amazon best selling author, time management expert, and speaker. He’s been featured in Inc., CEO World Magazine, and the Huffington Post for his incredible work. Check him out at https://adrianshepherd.com/ and https://www.isucceedbook.com/ Wan…
 
In any other summer, a Tom Hanks-starring, Tom Hanks-written movie about World War II would be the biggest movie of the weekend. This is not a typical summer, but Wade and Kevin are still interested to see what Hanks serves up with Greyhound, a thriller about a naval captain braving the high seas of the Atlantic while fending off a swarm of German …
 
It’s hard to acknowledge an offensive joke. You’ve failed on two fronts: you weren’t funny and your words were harmful. It contradicts stories we tell ourselves, like “I wouldn’t make a racist joke” or “I couldn’t be sexist.” In this episode, Ben shares how the practice of confession has helped him recognize his own harmful material and the structu…
 
This week, Dave chats with Ephraim from Orthodox Pilgrim on how he's using his spiritual gifts to enrich fellow Orthodox brothers and sisters with his YouTube and Discord channels. He explains how he converted to Orthodoxy, how he's helping others overcome the most dire of situations, and shares his own battles with pornography and lust. Be sure to…
 
Whether you're in the mood for a quiet family drama or a silly over-the-top comedy, Seeing & Believing has you covered for the Independence Day weekend. First up is The Truth, Hirokazu Kore-eda's follow-up to his Palme d'Or-winning Shoplifters and his first non-Japanese-language project. With a star-studded cast that includes Juliette Binoche, Etha…
 
What can we joke about? How far is too far? Our answers tend to be personal, which makes it hard to discuss why some humor is offensive. In this episode, Ben shares his search for an ethical framework that allows for great comedy, lines up with his Christian faith, and makes sense to collaborators with differing beliefs. Written and recorded by Ben…
 
We're introducing a special episode and series as part of the Dad Devotionals podcast called Orthodox at Work. Orthodox at Work provides an opportunity to discuss how to best live out our Orthodox Christian faith in the workplace and your business. I will be doing a series of these episodes with Deacon Sean Reid, who was a guest in episode 45 of th…
 
Seeing & Believing has a seasonal special for you this week! With the presidential election looming on the horizon, Wade and Kevin take a look at the latest cinematic political satire, this time from the mind of former Daily Show host Jon Stewart. The guys also celebrate the 45th birthday of Jaws with a retro review. In case you needed another reas…
 
If you're a fan of Trisagion Films, this one is for you. This week, Dave sits down with Strati Papageorgiou, the Founder, Director and Editor of Trisagion Films. Strati tells Dave how Trisagion started and how they pick the saints they cover. He also shares some insights on growing up with a father who was a trained theologian and priest in the Ort…
 
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