‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’ doesn’t reach the same heights as number one, but certainly rises above the ones set for it by the poster.
Last year, Benjamin Hastings released his self-titled solo project that gradually unpack the emotions he felt around the church’s failings.
Have you ever thought to question what underpins your beliefs on right and wrong and how you align with certain cultural systems?
Watching these movies alongside one another can weirdly make you appreciate them better, writes movie reviewer Laura Bennett.
Walkley winning journalist Marc Fennell hosts the SBS doco ‘The Kingdom’, about Hillsong’s changing place in the Christian landscape.
The plot is simplistic, but there’s joy in these four characters pushing back on the idea that life gets less interesting as you get older.
From trauma bonds to quests for redemption and crises of faith, each character in ‘The Whale’ has a rich backstory.
US journalist Katelyn Beaty reflects on the Christian celebrity culture origin, Jesus’ relationship to fame and the lost art of contentment.
Increasingly, where ‘The Noel Diary’ and its streaming mates fall over is in what they define as acceptable in the pursuit of true love.
‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’ is about a woman grappling with a past that’s defined her but that she’s since outgrown.