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Well, I’ve got a swell old page-turner that your kiddo’ll wanta eat up faster than a cream puff on Sunday.
Ever since the first motion-picture camera started rolling, the entertainment industry has been fascinated by the family.
Our website’s blog nabbed the No. 1 slot in the EPA’s Higher Goals category for blogs.
There’s a disproportionate number of movie weeds popping up on the streaming services this spring, but there are a few fun possibilities, too.
Perhaps not all of these will be your cup of tea. Maybe none of them will be. But hopefully they can help you find ways to connect with God in your own way.
A Week Away is the kind of movie we often say we want Hollywood to make.
When people learn what I do, they think it must be great watching movies for a living. But the perk isn’t seeing movies. It’s being able to talk about them.
Last night, from the opening monologue to the closing credits, the Oscars felt … different.
I’ve found The Chosen to be one of the most compelling biblical adaptations I’ve seen—offering new depth and dimension to age-old truths.
The Plugged In Show, Episode 74: Screen Time: A Conversation with Dr. Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane
Screen time. It’s one of those phrases that we toss around pretty frequently these days. Often because, as parents, we’re concerned that our kids are getting too much of it.
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 >>