‘Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant’ is a heartfelt message of brotherhood and sacrifice
By Ben Konuch
"That is not how this debt works. It demands a result, not an appeasement."
What would you do if your life was saved by someone in an unbelievable display of courage and endurance, if the only reason for your life was another man’s determination and fortitude, and then you found out that his very life was in danger because of the way he saved your own? How far would you go, how much would you risk, in order to repay that debt? This is the question that Guy Ritchie seeks ...
‘Peter Pan and Wendy’ lacked pixie dust
By Ella Smith
Peter Pan has enthralled audiences since the character’s first appearance in the 1902 play “The Little White Bird,” by J. M. Barrie. Since then thousands of reiterations both on stage, in print and on screen have developed, twisted and continued the adaptations of this iconic character. “Peter Pan and Wendy,” directed by David Lowry, is the most recent live-action reiteration and takes inspiration from both the Disney animated film “Peter Pan” and the original ...
‘Much Ado About Nothing’ makes much ado about something
By Sophia Monastra
I love Shakespeare.
I know, that instantly categorizes me as a nerd, but his play “Much Ado About Nothing” encapsulates much of what I love about the bard: witty banter, clever wordplay, weddings, comic relief characters, humorous miscommunication, horrible miscommunication and a practical demonstration of the benefits of faking your own death.
One of the unique aspects of Shakespeare productions is the fact that the plays aren’t bound to specific ...
Faithfulness: More Reflections from a Week in Mazatlan
by Esther Fultz
Wednesday, March 8, 2023, Mazatlan, Mexico - heading back from Back2Back ministries
Exhausted. If I could choose one word to describe how I feel right now, that’s what it would be. I’m covered in dirt and concrete, and every muscle in my body is tired. Yet I feel more refreshed than I have in a long time. This work is hard but not in the way that I’m used to, not hard like typing pages and pages of papers, not hard like reviewing the same questions again and again ...