Recommended Reading: Books To Read During The Pandemic

Hi all! With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping us all cooped up for much longer than we’d like, I thought I’d share some recommended reading in case you’re looking for some books to pass your time. Literature and FictionThe Muskoka Trilogy by Gabriele Wills (Including Summer Before The Storm, Elusive Dawn, and Under The Moon This seriesContinue reading “Recommended Reading: Books To Read During The Pandemic”

A Tale of Two Kisses: Star Wars, Feminism, Desire, and Representing Responsibly

Note: This post contains major spoilers for Star Wars: Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. Avoid reading if you haven’t seen the movie yet. I have done a post on the things I liked about The Rise of Skywalker–and having seen it a second time, I largely stand by that. The sequel trilogy as a wholeContinue reading “A Tale of Two Kisses: Star Wars, Feminism, Desire, and Representing Responsibly”

Remembrance Day Quotes 2019

Hi all!Just thought I’d share some quotes from various sources worth reflecting on this Remembrance Day: Quotes from Star Wars “It matters. It matters which side we choose. Even if there will be no more light than darkness. Even if there can be no more joy in the galaxy than there is pain. For every actionContinue reading “Remembrance Day Quotes 2019”

Quotes on Grief

Today’s sermon in church, inspired by Walter Bruggeman’s book Reality, Grief, Hope: Three Urgent Prophetic Tasks, focused on the second of these tasks, namely grief. I found myself thinking of several of the sci-fi/fantasy series I know and love, because I tend to favor those series that acknowledge there is darkness, both in us andContinue reading “Quotes on Grief”