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From the Set: Michael Dougherty Calls His Godzilla the ‘Aliens’ of the Franchise

BEGIN SLIDESHOW From the set: Michael Dougherty calls his Godzilla the ‘Aliens’ of the Franchise “I’ve been a fan of Godzilla since I was old enough to walk.” PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0, 0], [[300, 250]]).addSize([750, 0], []).addSize([980...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Toho, Godzilla, Skull Island, Jericho, Gareth, Kong, Gareth Edwards, Dougherty, Mothra, Rodan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Set Visits, Michael Dougherty


Superhero Bits: Deathstroke’s Son Coming to ‘Titans’, Deadpool Invades ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Trailer & More

What is Super Sons: The Polarshield Project? How is the Supergirl season finale paying tribute to one of the classic Superman movies? Want to win a visit to the set of Agents of SHIELD? Who will play Deathstroke‘s son in the second season of Titans? Does David F. Sandberg want to direct a Shazam sequel? Will the resignation of Kevin Tsujihara at WB effect the DC Extended Universe? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The sons of Batman and Superman get a graphic novel adven...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Spider-Man, Superman, Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, Avengers, Arrow, Supergirl, Shazam, Jericho, Kevin Tsujihara, WB, Titans, Deathstroke, Comic Book/Superhero


Chella Man Joins Titans Season 2 as Deathstroke’s Son Jericho Wilson

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Chella Man joins Titans season 2 as Deathstroke’s son Jericho Wilson Following the recent addition of Esai Morales as Deathstroke, DC Entertainment has announced that 20 year-old model and social media influencer Chella Man has signed on to portray the role of Deathstroke’s son Jericho Wilson in the upcoming second season of DC Universe’s Titans. Man gained recognition through posting videos and blogs on Social Media as he openly spoke about his gender transition and what...
Tags: TV, Movies, Social Media, TV News, Dc, Brenton Thwaites, Caribbean, Hawk, Jericho, Titans, Sarah Schechter, Deathstroke, ComingSoon, Esai Morales, DC Universe, Dick Grayson


Details

John 4:1-26   When we think of the stories of Jesus, we think of some different things, such as the setting, the characters, and the lesson that it is designed to teach us. All of those are ways of teaching about Jesus and his place in our human world, as well as his teachings about God’s kingdom, but sometimes we overlook something small yet important. We remember the general story, but we tend to forget the details. Writers are taught that details are what make a story more believable and...
Tags: Religion, Jerusalem, Jesus, John, Jericho, Rachel, Galilee, Jacob, Samaria, Judea, Mount Gerizim, Samaritans, Speaking to the Soul, Onan, Education for Ministry, Onan Genesis


‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Brings Back Shannon Elizabeth, Adds Wrestler Chris Jericho

Jay and Silent Reboot is shaping up to be a reunion of almost everyone that Kevin Smith has ever worked with. Not only are stars from the various View Askewniverse movies returning in this one, but cast members from Zack and Miri Make a Porno have made a comeback, too. Therefore it comes as no surprise that Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back star Shannon Elizabeth is back as Jay’s thief lover Justice. But there is one surprise that comes in the form of WWE wrestler Chris Jericho being part of the c...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Instagram, Justice, Casting, Africa, Time, Sequels, Bob, Smith, Jay, Miri, Kevin-Smith, Jericho, Zack, Shannon


God is Judge (Joshua 7-8) Lesson #17 in What is God Like?

In this Joshua 7-8 lesson, kids will learn that God is Judge. AGE GROUP: elementary (ages 6-11)TIME REQUIRED: 45 minutes This is lesson 17 of 42 in our study on the Attributes of God called “Can you tell me what God is like?” Visit the series index to view all the lessons and get more ideas for using this curriculum in your children’s ministry. LESSON 17: GOD IS JUDGE Key Verse: “God is a righteous judge, a God who expresses His wrath every day.” Psalm 7:11Teaching Passag...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Uncategorized, Jesus, God, Ai, Lesson Plans, Jericho, Joshua, Judah, Immanuel, Jericho Joshua, Achan, Ai God


Making Decisions

John 1:43-51   “The next day Jesus decided to go to Galilee.” That first sentence grabbed me and kept me reading throughout the entire passage, wanting to know what had drawn Jesus to Galilee. Had he not planned to go there all along? Did he just suddenly made up his mind to go there? It’s fascinating to think that Jesus could wake up one morning and say, “We’re going to Galilee,” and his disciples went along. That’s like me deciding one morning to get up and go to Payson or Tucson or even do...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, John, Phoenix, Peter, Jericho, Philip, Tucson, Galilee, Nathaniel, Nazareth, Payson, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry, James John


Up at Harwich and back home to the west via Skellig

A few more travels, and we’ll reach our destination. Last week (February 20, 2019), we spent some time in Coventry, where no one dispatched us: we went there driven by curiosity. It turned out that the melancholy idiom send one to Coventry may not have anything to do with that town. To reinforce this unexpected conclusion, I’ll relate another story. At one time, the phrase up at Harwich existed; perhaps it is still known in the eastern counties. Harwich is a port in Essex, and up at Harwich mean...
Tags: Europe, Books, England, London, China, America, Canada, Ireland, Catholic Church, Essex, Norfolk, Johnson, Coventry, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Warwick


Praising God

Psalm 148  – Laudate Dominum On the last Sunday of Epiphany, we are already looking around the corner to Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. The church can usually turn itself on a dime when going from one season to another. For example, Advent begins around the first of December and runs through Christmas Eve. During that time things are quiet, hopeful, and with a low-key busyness beneath the surface (usually focused on making the “perfect” Christmas). But come Christmas Eve and the f...
Tags: Religion, New Orleans, Jesus, Jericho, Mardi Gras, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, Alleluia, Education for Ministry


Practicing Piety

Matthew 6:1-16   Lent is almost here, and you know what that means. It means a season of giving up things, especially indulgences like chocolate, or movies, or any other action that involves deprivation of favorite activities or foods. I’m always wary of people who give up coffee because I know that not only is it extraordinarily difficult for them, but it can make others’ lives a little touchy to be around them. Still, it’s the old way of doing things, to give up stuff for Lent that can be e...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, Ash, Matthew, Jericho, Speaking to the Soul, Education for Ministry, Jennifer Balaska, Wikimedia Commons Linda Ryan


Faith and a Comma

Hebrews11:1-7   I am a firm believer in epiphanies, those times when something strikes me that I never really thought of or considered before, but which now seems so clear and so understandable. My favorite place to find epiphanies isn’t necessarily Facebook, but now and then I see my own as well as those that others have experienced.  This one that I read the other day practically stood up and screamed, “EPIPHANY!”: In the Nicene Creed, I quite by accident, found an intentional change in a...
Tags: Facebook, Religion, Jesus, Bill, Jericho, PAUL, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry, Bill Lambert, Facebook February


Going places

When one reads the obsolete phrase go to, go to, the meaning is still understood quite well. After to, one “hears” the word hell. However, directions vary, and the origin of the idioms beginning with go to is less trivial than it may seem. One goes to Bath, to Banff, to Jericho, to Hanover, to Halifax, to Husham, to Putney, to Tunbridge, to Freuchie, and probably to many other places with the same results. How did they get their ignominious reputation? I’ll offer a few remarks only about the idi...
Tags: Books, England, Court, Jerusalem, David, Oxford, Essex, Jordan, Halifax, Banff, Hanover, Jericho, Henry Viii, Henry, Joshua, Prussia


When Only God Will Listen

I was so young then. That was my excuse anyway. I was working as a “women’s” editor at a newspaper when a worried mother came into the newsroom. She wanted to talk to someone about her college daughter, who she said had been raped at college — by the daughter’s boyfriend. Yet I froze. This was long before #MeToo, years before talk about campus rape or assaults against girls or women were openly aired. As I watched the mom telling me her story, all I could feel was panic, thinking only one thing:...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, Listen, God, Christ, Prayer, Peter, Jericho, Isaiah, Encouragement, Phil Oprah, Mark 4:24, Blind Bartimaeus


Using I

I have often mentioned Education for Ministry (EfM) as one of my passions. It’s a four-year study of Old and New Testaments, church history, and theology. It’s designed to be like a seminary for lay people, although priests and deacons may serve as mentors or even as group members. The basic design is to give participants insights, information, and ways of doing things that will assist in their doing their ministries, both in the church and out in the world. One of the disciplines or prac...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, ANN, Jericho, Speaking to the Soul, Ann Fontaine, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry


Restoration

Over the years our language has changed. We’ve added multitudes of new words, and we’ve dropped some old ones. Each year we seem to accumulate a list of newly minted words or phrases as legitimate. Whether or not they stay in the vocabulary, who’s to say? But the one I’ve been thinking about today is binge watching. Binge watching is to find a program or a series that I like and then find a way, like Netflix or Amazon, to watch as many episodes as possible in order. I also tend to watch docu...
Tags: Amazon, Nazis, Religion, Netflix, Poland, Auschwitz, Jericho, Auschwitz Birkenau, Birkenau, Speaking to the Soul, Tikkun Olam, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry


Learning to Live in Your Promised Land

I would have thrown my head back in nervous laughter if you had told me a year ago what I’d be doing today. It all started last spring when God led me to have a complete hysterectomy. I knew He was using it to heal me from almost thirty years of suffering. He kept whispering to my heart that this surgery was my path to freedom. He was calling me to rise; I just didn’t know what was on the other side of walking in this newness of life. During the same season, God gave me a Holy Spirit heads up. H...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, God, Moses, Jericho, Stephanie, Joshua, Recommended Reads, Recommended Podcasts, Recommended podcast


Nunc Dimittis

Luke 2:22-40   Oscar Wilde once said, “With age comes wisdom… Usually, elders are held to be more filled with wisdom than younger folks, although, Lord knows, older people can make mistakes every bit as well as younger people can. Generally, however, by the time we reach old age, the beginning of which seems to stay ahead of us with every year we live (at least in our minds), we will have acquired some wisdom. Often we wish the young folks follow our guidance, but each generation seems to hav...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Jerusalem, Jesus, Rembrandt, Anna, Oscar Wilde, Jericho, Mary, Joseph, Luke, Galilee, Simeon, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry


Why did the Rich Youn Ruler call Jesus Good Master

In the passage below, a rich young man, Luke 18:19 calls him a ruler, came to seek Jesus and asked about eternal life. Quote: Mat 19:16* And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life?* Mat 19:17* And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.* Mat 19:18* He saith unto him, Which? Jesus said, Thou ...
Tags: Jerusalem, Jesus, Weapon, Religious Discussion, Jericho, Messiah, Luke, Samaria, Judea, Jesus Christ Jesus, Rich Youn, Jesus Good Master, Gaderra


Fog

There was a pleasant surprise awaiting me outside the other morning. I didn’t look out the windows right away because I had things that had to be taken care of first, but when I did there was some fog! Granted, it was not a thick fog, not really much fog at all, but the fact that there was any fog was a real pleasure. I was glad I didn’t have to drive anywhere. Arizonans are not always noted for their weather sense. The fog was just another reason to keep going as fast as possible to outrun it....
Tags: Religion, Jerusalem, San Francisco, Arizona, Jesus, Golden Gate Bridge, Jericho, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, Emmaus, Carl Sandburg, Education for Ministry, Waldo Grade


God is Almighty (Lesson #1 in What is God Like?)

When you think about what you want your children to learn at church, what’s the first thing that pops into your mind? We’ve all been there. With so much truth in the Bible where do we start? Why not start where the Bible starts. No, not necessarily creation, but GOD. Who is God? What is God like? What does God do? C.H Spurgeon once said, “The highest science, the loftiest speculation, the mightiest philosophy, which can ever engage the attention of a child of God, is the name, the nature, the p...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Egypt, Jesus, God, John, Lesson Plans, Matthew, Jericho, Daniel, Bethany, Gideon, Spurgeon, Malachi, Isaiah, Gideon Gideon


God is Almighty (Judges 7) Lesson #1 in What is God Like?

When you think about what you want your children to learn at church, what’s the first thing that pops into your mind? We’ve all been there. With so much truth in the Bible where do we start? Why not start where the Bible starts. No, not necessarily creation, but GOD. Who is God? What is God like? What does God do? C.H Spurgeon once said, “The highest science, the loftiest speculation, the mightiest philosophy, which can ever engage the attention of a child of God, is the name, the nature, the p...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Egypt, Judges, Jesus, God, John, Lesson Plans, Matthew, Jericho, Daniel, Bethany, Gideon, Spurgeon, Malachi, Isaiah


Windows

I admit to being a binge watcher on television. I find a show I like, and I watch it from one end to the other and, quite often, start back over again and do the same thing. Usually, I watch something else for a while and then return to an earlier binge just because I liked the show so much. Sometimes two or three viewings is enough; sometimes it isn’t. Once I find a show that I do like, however, I want to see it again. I’m glad Netflix and Amazon both offer me the opportunity to do that. My ...
Tags: Amazon, England, Religion, Netflix, Paris, Jesus, Helen Mirren, Jericho, Speaking to the Soul, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry, Philippe Alès


Not customers: doctors have patients, libraries have patrons, lawyers have clients and teachers have students

Professionalization isn't perfect: historically, professional societies "were structured around hierarchies of gender and race and laypeople were expected to obey expert judgment without even asking questions." But professionals were also organized around ethics of service and morals, with professional standards that required practitioners to use their expertise to further the public good. Decades of neoliberal marketization has flattened out these service-based ethics, turning every kind ...
Tags: Post, Business, News, Pharma, Alex Jones, Jericho, William Sullivan, Late Stage Capitalism, Market Logic, Wendy Brown, Incoherent Heuristics, Elijah Millgram, Albert Dzur


Old year, new year

The new year has begun. I admit to wondering what this new year is going to bring. Last year was bad enough, could this year be worse? Could it be better? Could it be just a repeat of the old year? We expect New Year’s to give us a new start. We hope that it will be a good start, but many times it isn’t. Loved ones who have celebrated Christmas with us suddenly die soon after New Year’s is over. Crises that we have experienced in life don’t stop at 11:59 PM on December 31 and at 12:00 AM everyth...
Tags: England, Religion, Jerusalem, Rome, Jesus, Norwich, New Year's, Jericho, Marjorie, Julian, Rolle, Speaking to the Soul, Douglas Fir, Linda Ryan, Education for Ministry, Richard Rolle


Featured Deals of the Week – 1/11/19

Weekly Deals Roundup: Receiver Sets, Bolt-Action Pistol, M&P Shield 9mm, Remington Squeeg-E, and Jericho 941 45 ACP Thanks for reading folks, welcome to the first deals post of 2019! For all twelve of you that read this with any regularity, I missed last week’s post because I was moving into my new apartment. Without any […] Read More … The post Featured Deals of the Week – 1/11/19 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Jericho, ACP


Chris Jericho Says All Elite Wrestling Is Negotiating A 'Strong' TV Deal With At Least 3 Suitors

Fresh off his big announcement that he has signed with All Elite Wrestling, Chris Jericho appeared on Busted Open Radio to talk all things AEW. Most notably, Jericho was bullish on a future TV deal for the promotion, which is all but guaranteed to be announced within the coming months. Jericho noted AEW is negotiating with multiple suitors, and the deal will be huge news for the upstart wrestling company. "As far as TV goes, I mean it's one of those things, I wouldn't have gone to All ...
Tags: News, Jericho, Chris Jericho, AEW


3 Reasons to Study the Biblical Geography of Israel

Israel’s geography is more than side trivia for the events in the Bible—it’s the stage God chose to place the characters of his story. The narrative unfolds across many different landscapes, from the Mediterranean coastal region to the lower Galilee to the southern desert and beyond. It’s an epic story of God’s kingdom expanding from a garden to the whole known world. The Bible’s original audience would’ve known these places and regions and why they were important to the story. But today’s Bible...
Tags: Asia, Africa, Israel, Religion, Articles, Jerusalem, Egypt, Jesus, Isa, Jordan, Mediterranean, Bible Study, Jericho, Bethany, Mount Zion, Galilee


Next unto

Nehemiah 3:2 And next unto him builded the men of Jericho. And next to them builded Zaccur the son of Imri. I love this truth that is found all through Nehemiah 3. They were working next to each other. Shoulder to shoulder they built the wall. This phrase is found 13 times in 9 verses in this chapter. Each person was doing a different job. Many were in different parts of the wall. All were doing the work. Each task was valuable. Where are you on the assembly line? Are you involved in the mini...
Tags: Religion, Jericho, Nehemiah, Daily Bible Devotionals, Imri, Josue Isai Ramos Figueroa


A La Carte (January 7)

Today’s Kindle deals include some good books from Crossway that are worth considering for your collection. (Yesterday on the blog: What’s Encouraging You at Your Church?) Walking Saints Home “The renewed call to gospel-centered discipleship in the last two decades has been extremely helpful in clarifying the purpose of ministry. It has helped center the church on Jesus and the commission he gave us to advance his kingdom. It has helped us return to our basic ministry to make ...
Tags: Blogging, Jesus, Christian, Jericho, A La Carte, Spurgeon, US Canada, Nick Batzig, Crossway, Wyatt Graham, Tabletalk Magazine Sponsored Link Featuring, Humility Spurgeon, Cody Cunningham, Spurgeon Yet, Sheila Dougal


Epiphany – A Day and a Season

Today we celebrate the feast of the Epiphany, the appearance of the wise men to the Holy Family, bringing them gifts from far away. It is a familiar story, and one often added to church Christmas pageants, although some churches will stretch it out and present that portion of the nativity play on the Sunday closest to January 6. The creche is usually in its place although other trappings of Christmas ornamentation may be gone. The figures of the kings have frequently been placed some distanc...
Tags: Religion, Jerusalem, Egypt, Kings, Jesus, Ash, King, Bethlehem, Herod, Jericho, Mary Joseph, Speaking to the Soul, Education for Ministry, Flaxman John