Issue 5 MAY, Our Favs

Masters at Work

May has been a busy month. So busy that I have mismanaged my time and have not devoted the necessary concentration to create brilliant and nerdy literature for you. Perhaps what we all need is a break from the deep rhetoric and have a little fun. A few days ago, I …
Film Review, Issue 4 APR

Ben-Hur: Then and Now

In honor of a few simultaneous events going on, I changed this month’s film last minute to Ben-Hur. With it being Paschal tide, and with the announcement of the remake, I felt compelled to share my love for this classic. Although I’m a little upset that they would even consider remaking …
Issue 4 APR, Our Work

Patreon: Artists Helping Artists

During the Renaissance, artists of all genres thrived in a culturally conscience society. Art was often (and still is) considered a catalyst in the development of culture which can either be used for good or for evil. Many artistic patrons understood this and wanted to set the tone of their culture by …
Issue 3 MAR, Ponderings

A Donkey Spoke

  In our first issue, we had an article called Story, Stage and Celluloid, which was a watered down, “history of theatre in 10 minutes” type of article. I learned some interesting things in college about theatre that weren’t intentionally taught in class but noticed a pattern… The fact that all cultures have …
Guest Artists, Issue 3 MAR

Guest Artist – Antonio Romo

Below is an interview with life-long, family friend, Antonio “Tony” Romo. Tony has delighted our family for many years with his beautiful and unique music, and we could not be happier to share this interview we did with him. He has the heart and soul of true artist who has …
Film Review, Issue 3 MAR

The Power of a Joyful Family

This is one those childhood norms I had, for which I can only repay my parents with the words “thank you.” If you grew up with The Sound of Music like I did, then that makes us family! Of course, we all love what makes us nostalgic right? However, there …
Film Review, Issue 2 FEB

Fellowship, Decisions, and Home

Last month’s issue discussed how we would take a contemporary film and discover, or at least share, where we see God in the story communicating to us. And I can’t think of a better film(s) to start with than The Lord of the Rings. But first a little back story…I …
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