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The Village Blog

The Morality of "Breaking Bad"

Author: David RoarkCategory: Culture

Unless you live in a cave, you’ve probably heard some chatter about this little show called Breaking Bad—perhaps you’ve even watched it. The AMC TV series, which just ended after five strong seasons, will surely go down as one of TV’s greatest feats—not necessarily because it drew a massive audience but because its technical qualities and artistry were top-notch, some of the finest ...

What If I Screw Up My Kids?

Author: Adam GriffinCategory: Parenting

When I became a parent I found myself frequently getting drawn into vicious thought cycles of pessimism concerning my son. It would usually start with a simple observation like, “My son doesn’t like naps” or “My son’s hair is thin.” That would lead to a series of fearful and often ridiculous what ifs.

Only a Prayer Meeting?

Author: Jared MusgroveCategory: General

Despite the fact that we sit under outstanding preaching each week at The Village, our lead teaching pastor reminds us consistently that the monthly prayer meeting is the most important time in the life of our church. But what makes this statement true? How can a prayer meeting be more important than preaching?

When It's Good to be Angry

Author: Kyle WorleyCategory: General, Theology

If you have grown up in the Church, you may have heard conflicting messages about anger. You may have been taught that it is wrong and sinful to be angry, only to read about Jesus turning tables over in the temple and beating people with a whip. So, what’s the story on anger?

Underage Tweeting

Author: Matt McCauleyCategory: Parenting, Culture

They say to always read the fine print. To be honest, I rarely do. And if you’re anything like me, you can’t even begin to count the number of times you’ve signed up for something after checking a box or agreeing to 1,000 pages of terms, conditions and legal mumbo jumbo. Ain’t nobody got time for that! I’ve got some tweets to tweet, pics to post, ideas to pin and videos to vine.

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

Author: Caroline SmileyCategory: General

When I graduated college and started looking for gainful employment, I quickly realized that old adage was true: “It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” My achievement-loving heart had a very hard time coming to terms with this realization. I was convinced that we lived in a meritocracy and the things I’d done and studied were my ticket through life, but there I was: in a city ...

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