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It has some nice messages about purpose and family. It’s also got a few problems, so be sure to check out our review before you check out the show.
We can’t promise that we’ll engage in a battle royale over scarce resources, but we can guarantee a lively conversation.
I’ve been wondering whether you might eventually go too far. And it seems that, with your rumored retrofit of The Powerpuff Girls, you have.
Many people proclaim social media is the best thing for young people since, well, anything. But others say social media use comes with a number of problems.
For those who love the Bible but would love for someone to bring a little more context, perspective and, yes, fun to the text, the Bible Project delivers.
If we look closely, we find plenty of love stories that, while they move us on screen, would be seriously problematic in real life.
In a post-pandemic world, do we really want to be reminded of the hardships we faced?
Let’s look at some of cinema’s most powerful, provocative and prickly movies about dads (because we fathers don’t always know, or do, best).
It’s a colorful adventure filled with cute Poké critters, lots of photo-snapping opportunities and nary a nibble of anything nasty or negative.
This podcast episode is a little more personal than most. This time, we take a deep dive in what books, movies, television shows and songs helped shape us.
Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology
Good media discernment is about guarding our eyes and hearts before we watch or listen. And it’s also about grappling with the entertainment we do see or hear. That’s why the Plugged In Blog is devoted to guarding, discussing and grappling. About Plugged In >>