Tag Archive for: third space

‘Champions’ – a Humorous, Inspiring Story of Special Olympic Athletes

Champions is a raw, humorous, and inspiring look into the lives of Special Olympic athletes, starring Woody Harrelson.

Stuck in a Job You Don’t Like?

What if God wants us to stay in a tough job as He has important plans for us coming up? What if we’re meant to go and look for our next gig?

Decision Making: How to Get Results Without ‘Resulting’

When we strengthen our decision making, we are better able to objectively accept our decisions, even if the result is not what we hoped for.

‘The Birds’ and the Rising Cost of Living

How can Jesus’ invitation to “consider the birds” help us cope with the rising cost of living? Max Jeganathan shares a Christian approach.

I Blamed God for Taking My Dad

For anyone death is not a nice thing at all. For me I blamed God. I felt like God took my dad from us and I was angry at him.

That ‘Inbox Zero’ Contentment Feeling

To be still in this culture can mean allowing your email count to tick back from ‘0’ to ‘1’ without fret, writes Tim Yearsley.

In a Culture That Questions Male Friendship, ‘Close’ is a Cautionary Tale

Humanity is designed for human connection. We should be slow to define these connections and allow boys to be friends, writes Russ Matthews.

Unplugging From the Tendrils of Technology

The idea of digital rest is gaining popularity. Rather than being eaten alive by tech, or going entirely off-grid, we should find a balance.

How to Identify Your Personal Values – And Why They Matter

Our personal values are what motivates our behaviour as well as how we judge our actions. That’s why knowing our values is so important.

‘Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre’ a Breath of Fresh Air – Movie Review

This script has Guy Ritchie’s fingerprints all over it and the production will give his fans what they want.

‘Devotion’ Tells Inspiring Story of First African-American Naval Aviator

Jonathan Majors takes on the role of Jesse Brown, the first African-American aviator to make it into the U.S. Navy.

The Pleasure (and Value) of Changing One’s Mind

It’s okay to be wrong sometimes, and admitting we are wrong and changing our mind can lead to our personal growth, writes Aaron Johnstone.

So Cringe: Unpacking Embarrassment

We’ve all felt that feeling. You’re driving home after a night out or a busy work day, when it hits you: You cringe at something you said.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

What would you choose as your last wish? DreamWorks brings back the iconic Puss in Boots to explore that question.

Word of the Year: Gaslighting (Or Is it Really?)

Gaslighting”, is word of the year according to Merriam Webster. That’s a good indicator of the conversations going on in the world.

Fast Food? Jesus Would Make a Meal Out of It

Jesus probably wasn’t too fussy about what he ate. He even did some fast food eating himself one time… grain on the run.

Can We Ever Find True Equality?

God declares all humans equal because we are created in his image, no matter how much we earn, how we look or where we live, writes Robert Martin.

Engineering a Fairer Workplace

Leaders have a role to play in creating spaces where both men and women can flourish, but individuals have a role to speak up, too.