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How will you be remembered? Maybe you’ll be remembered as the man with a hearty laugh who always enjoyed a good joke. Or maybe people will remember your quiet nature and steadfast character. Whatever it is, you’ll be remembered for something after you’re gone. Will Smith is a man … Continue reading…
Of the 12 people killed in the Aurora theater shooting, four of them were men who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect their girlfriends. Now each of these women are struggling to come to terms with both their grief and their gratitude. Alexander Teves, 24, attended the midnight screening … Continue reading…
How much do your children know about American politics and government? Even if you’ve made it a priority to explain basic fundamentals, many aspects of politics can go over kids’ heads. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, one of the most historically significant films in the past century, is a … Continue reading…
Have you ever wanted to travel the world? Maybe your wallet can’t handle that this year, but you can live vicariously through this video! This inspiring documentary follows 3 men as they embark on a 6 week journey around the world. In 60 seconds, you will see beautiful images … Continue reading…
Have you ever had an urge to do something crazy? To go out on a limb and risk failure? Five men did just that. They witnessed the need of children and families in Uganda and they acted. Sixty Feet is an organization that seeks to meet physical, spiritual, and … Continue reading…
Think you can list the order of the Presidents of the United States? Grab your kids and watch this fun video chronicling our nation’s history of Presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama.
Have you ever thought in this crazy, technology-saturated world that one day you will post your last Facebook status? Or have one last tweet? Ever wondered what that would be? Adam Ostrow has some ideas.
Pay very close attention to this clip. Did you get the answer? You might be surprised by what you missed there and what you are missing in some of today’s television shows. After you are through, review the Top 10 Things You Should Not Let Your Children Watch. The … Continue reading…
David Brooks, op-ed columnist for The New York Times and a noted author and television commentator, was the commencement speaker at Brandeis University on May 22, 2011. At this graduation ceremony, Brooks gives his take on what life will be like for the graduates after college.
Can someone consistently live a life and assume moral relativism? Is objective morality avoidable? William Lane Craig illustrates that moral absolutes are unavoidable.