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Thoughts on the New Apostolic Reformation

The Wartburg Watch (TWW) recently posted the article What is the New Apostolic Reformation? (NAR) as part of a series exploring where it appears Mark Driscoll may land for “ministering” in his post-Mars Hill Church career. 2,070 more words

New Apostolic Reformation

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1: a worthy follow-up to Catching Fire?

Not gonna lie, I was a little nervous going into this film for a few reasons. First of all, now that I’ve read all of the books that the films are based on, I can confirm that Mockingjay is my least favorite of the trilogy, which seems to be the general consensus among most readers. 1,057 more words

Movie Review

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 Movie Review

Rating: 7.25/10
Recommendation: Save your money, unless you’re curious.

As you may be able to conclude, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” is the first part of the conclusion to The Hunger Games trilogy.  390 more words

Box Office


It finally came out! I went to see it yesterday, and it was pretty awesome!

Possible spoilers.

They stayed incredibly true to the book and included almost everything. 354 more words


The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins

    I would like to dedicate this post to Suzanne Collins, the amazing writer that brought us the unforgettable international bestseller, The Hunger Games Trilogy. Collins’s was born in August 10, 1962 in Hartford, Connecticut, the youngest of four. 1,187 more words


Hunger Games - Mocking Jay

I won’t say much about this here. I have another post for this wonderful piece of entertainment, which will be passcoded of course. Overall, we’ve got our… 136 more words

The Movies

When I fangirl, I fangirl hard.

My strong liking to The Hunger Games Trilogy went on a very slow pace from reading the book in 2011 and not remembering much of it, to watching its first film adaptation only this year out of complete boredom. 1,097 more words