REVIEW: ‘Social Animals’ spotlights perilous combination of teens and Instagram

Their stories are told without narration or commentary, but that’s not needed. By the time the credits roll, you’re convinced that Instagram -- without strict boundaries -- is bad for a young person’s mental and social health.

Corn and Cauliflower Soup

Potato soup is a recipe I remember my mom making often. I’m sure it was one of those things that was cheap and could expand to feed a lot...

REVIEW: ‘Bumblebee’ is a different type of Transformers film (and that’s good)

What do you get when you add a storyline to a Transformers movie and remove the sexualization of women? Apparently, Bumblebee.

Hollywood official: Ticket sales key to getting more faith-based films

The president of a Hollywood production unit says movie studios are making more faith-based films than they ever have in the past

Joseph Habedank: Restored and Blessed with Successful Solo Ministry

In the fall of 2003, The Perrys introduced a 17-year-old Joseph Habedank to 20,000 Southern Gospel fans at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, Kentucky.

3 Ways to Renew Your Youth in 2019

Beauty is a $445 billion (sales) industry which capitalizes on youthfulness. From make-up, work-outs, and diets, to lotions, potions, and shampoos—the focus is on outward appearance. A popular claim from...

The 10 best, most family-friendly films of 2018

Let’s face it: It can be difficult to find a movie that the whole family can watch. Thankfully, though, there were quite a few family-friendly films released in theaters in 2018. Here are my favorite 10:

Calling All Grandparents to the Legacy Grandparenting Summit

Are you a grandparent? Do you want to be inspired, encouraged, and equipped to become an even better grandparent? Make plans now to attend the Legacy Grandparenting Summit on February 21-23...

REVIEW: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is marvelous

Mary Poppins was popular because it reminded us of everything that is wonderful about childhood: imagination and innocence and fun.

REVIEW: ‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is a family-centric superhero flick

Spiderman has one coarse word (h-ll) and also plenty of violence -- more than the Incredibles series but less than a live-action superhero film -- yet that doesn’t distract from the film’s core