#amreading – Twelve Books Every College Kid Should Read

There have been several book list for Millennial college kids that are floating along on the internet. Many of them have a very left-wing perspective. I decided to do my own list of books based on my own experience. Here are twelve books every college kid should read. Winning With People by John Maxwell– Usually, Maxwell’s…

Movie Review- A Matter of Faith

Brought to us by 5&2 Pictures and directed by Rich Christiano, A Matter of Faith is the latest in a series of films about how the Christian faith has come under fire.  When Christian girl Rachel Whitaker goes to college to study biology, she finds that her faith is challenged by well loved Professor Kaman,…

Happy Birthday, Gene Roddenberry

‘Star Trek’ says that it has not all happened, it has not all been discovered, that tomorrow can be as challenging and adventurous as any time man has ever lived. -Gene Roddenberry (1921-1991) Thank you for giving us Star Trek

Just Courage

Many people assume that having courage is a lack of fear. You feel nothing but the adrenaline as you rush into the situation and glide into victory. The truth is, if that really happened, then there was probably no risk involved in the first place. So what is courage? The great American actor and icon…

amreading – Childhood’s End

Arthur C. Clarke is a science fiction master when it comes to creating some incredible novels. His book series, 2001: A Space Odyssey spawned a hit film directed by Stanley Kubrick. This time, I had the privilege of reading Childhood’s End. The book was published in 1953 and spawned a well-received miniseries from the SyFy…

Movie Review- Ender’s Game

I have previously reviewed Orson Scott Card’s award winning novel Ender’s Game in preparation for the now released epic film directed by Gavin Hood (X-Men Origins: Wolverine). I have to say, I was not disappointed. While the out of touch film critics have given it mixed reviews (despite the move being number 1 at the…