Anselm member pastor Fr. Ken Robertson explores the art of lament as a response to grief…and as a way to walk with God through darkness.
Sermon preached at International Anglican Church on September 16 2018.
A new book, and a preview of conversations with admirable women on the topic of friendship.
As winter begins, Marcus and Matt talk about works of art they used to love. Matt also hands out his first annual "Ralphie Awards" for the (too) many Christmas specials he watched this year.
The final installation of our advent series meditating on these three truths: God is light, God sent His light into the world through Christ, we are called to walk as children of the light.
If you were stranded on a desert island, what books or movies would you bring with you? And why do people always ask that?
This week, we await the promised shepherd through Isaiah, Hind’s Feet on High Places, Handel's Messiah, and Manchester by the Sea.
Christmas isn’t just safe and cheery. It has a deeply beautiful dark side.
Christmas is a beautiful building block to begin to plant a flag, make a place, and let things have their proper meaning again.
Mary, the God-bearer, shows us what it looks like to receive Christ. This week we meditate on the Magnificat, the Consolation of Eve, and Thomas Tallis' Magnificat setting.
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Anselm novelist Mandy Houk joins the pod to talk movie adaptations: what makes a good one, and why she thinks the Narnia ones missed the cut.