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A Renewed Hope

This is the part where I’m supposed to warn you about spoilers, but honestly, what are you doing reading reviews of the movie if you don’t want spoilers?

6 Steps to Lasting Confidence

With genuine confidence comes bravery, a greater capacity to love, and a sense of optimism that will carry you through the challenges of life.

Post Policy Change Q&A With A Queer Mormon

“The world has no right to my heart… they don’t get to know what I said. Let future historians decide how [Rebecca] reacted when you broke her heart.”

Book Club: Bel Canto Review

Life is an odd thing. Primarily because we have to experience it with others. Being constantly surrounded by other people who can make choices that you have no say in, yet somehow affect… Continue reading

Book Club: The Martian Review

“It’s like MacGyver….on Mars!” “It’s like The Hatchet… on Mars!” “It’s like Castaway…ON MARS!” In my attempts to get other people to read The Martian over the past few weeks, these tend to… Continue reading

Welcome to Rebecca’s Book Club!

Last week I spent my days with my family down at Duck, North Carolina. And of course, no vacation would be complete without some beach reading. As I sat there with sand in my… Continue reading

As A Liberal, I Need Conservatives: Rejecting Political Homogeny In The Church

I was walking through Barnes & Nobel the other day and saw a book titled, “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole.” My first reaction was… Continue reading

The Good, the Bad, and the Extremely Attractive: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Review

I grew up on a steady diet of classic film and television. I think my mother preferred Gilligan’s Island to SpongeBob, so TV Land was on as much as anything at our house.… Continue reading

I’m Back (An Honest Answer to “What’s New With You?”)

There is a question that I think most people dread at one point or another when seeing family or friends they haven’t in a while. That is, “So, what’s new?” Nothing. Nothing is… Continue reading

The Most Important Thing I Learned From Hubble

In 1990, NASA launched a multibillion-dollar telescope into space. Within weeks, everyone realized something had gone wrong. The pictures Hubble was capturing were a drastically lower  quality than intended. In fact, they were… Continue reading