Here are some things I’ve consumed lately and found meaningful, for what it’s worth. šŸ™‚

Books.

A Change of Affection, Becket Cook. A tremendously encouraging read about God’s redemptive work in the life of a Hollywood set designer who spent years as an out-and-proud gay man. A couple new ideas about same-sex attraction and identity that I found very thought-provoking.

Movies.

Unfinished Song. Iā€™m very glad I took a chance on this Redemption Story. Beyond how wonderful it was, what really surprised me was how I managed to accidentally stumble across a movie on Netflix that I so thoroughly enjoyed and yet had never heard of before. Most of the chances I take on that platform are duds or have to be turned off within the first five minutes due to edgy/offensive material. However, I must warn you, it is not an easy watch. It deals with illness and death with an honesty and raw depth that surprised me. I actually wept. And laughed. And was uplifted by the end, which is a hard thing to find these days in film.


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