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For most of my life, Christmas was the very best thing that could happen to a person. I spent most of December in blissful anticipation of the 25th, and anyone that didn’t share my views was labeled “Scrooge” or “Grinch.” How could people be unhappy when there were lights everywhere? What’s sad about listening to Christmas music? How could you be lonely when there were dozens of holiday parties to attend? But somewhere along the…

You may know Chrissy Metz as Kate from This Is Us, but this Easter, she stars in a new movie called Breakthrough. We got the chance to talk to her about both of these roles and the differences and similarities in playing these characters. Breakthrough is based on a true story about a boy who fell through the ice and was written off as dead after being underwater for 15 minutes. You can check out the trailer…

Photo Op is where Wally confiscates our phones and checks out the last photo we took. Which photo do you like the best? Top-Left: I was trying to have a conversation with a friend but Clem wouldn't hear of it until she was part of the convo. -Betty Top-Right: Ben Valois sent us this art of Wally! He even captured the absurd number of bracelets he wears!  -Bekah Bottom-Left: Every renovation has some costs you do…

There are certain topics that have long been taboo inside of Christianity, even though they are things that we should be addressing. That's why Tenth Avenue North released their album The Things We've Been Afraid To Say where they tackle the difficult and even awkward subjects with brutal honesty. Mike Donehey from Tenth Ave. joined us to dive deeper into the songs and explain that even though their lyrics might seem shocking, they're meant to…

When David Crowder joins us, it's always a blast (or a hoot-and-a-half, as he might say). As always, the conversation took some interesting turns. He also gave a stunning performance of his song "Red Letters."