Wonder

Wonder

Wonder, starring Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Daveed Diggs, rated PG –Review by Ashley Linne Wonder tells the story of 5th grader August “Auggie” Pullman, based on the bestselling book by the same title. Auggie was born with mandibulofacial...
White Awake

White Awake

White Awake: An Honest Look At What It Means To Be White Daniel Hill InterVarsity Press, 2017 –Review by Landrum P. Leavell III, ThD.             This is a powerful, transparent, and needed book to inform anyone actually involved in or looking to join the...
Beauty Will Save the World

Beauty Will Save the World

Beauty Will Save The World: Recovering the Human in an Ideological Age Gregory Wolfe –Review by Teri Hyrkas   It was the title of this book, Beauty Will Save the World (ISI Books, 2011), that caught my attention. Such a marvelous – and outlandish...
Beyond Culture

Beyond Culture

Beyond Culture by Edward T. Hall ISBN – 0-385-12474-0 –Review by Doug Balzer Understanding the mosaic of humanity is one of life’s quests, at least for me. Who doesn’t desire to know why, who, what and how we are human beings? As a minister, professor, and...
Script and Scribble

Script and Scribble

Script & Scribble: The Rise and Fall of Handwriting by Kitty Burns Florey –Review by Teri Hyrkas “I have a dilemma…. It is much easier and faster for me to write in cursive than to print, and my penmanship is near perfect mind you. Many of my...
Florence Foster Jenkins

Florence Foster Jenkins

Florence Foster Jenkins, starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant, rated PG-13 –Review by Ashley Linne As a vocalist since the age of 9, I am ashamed that I was totally unaware of the story of “Lady Florence!” This entertaining film is based on the true story of...