Wednesday, August 10, 2016

FishFlix Promotion: $100 Giveaway!

Some of my readers may remember my previous post about, the site that sells Christian movies and television shows. Now, in promotion of season three's release of the When Calls the Heart show based on the popular book series, they're running a giveaway for a $100 gift card!

In order to enter the drawing, one needs simply to leave a review of Season 3 on this page: and send an email to verifying the “nickname” used on the product review. A drawing will take place on September 1, 2016 and one lucky winner will receive a $100 gift card to

This is what FishFlix has to share about the new When Calls the Heart Season 3 DVD Set:

We’re really excited about the When Calls the Heart Season 3 boxed set because it provides some truly unique bonuses for committed fans of the show (#Hearties.)

As with the When Calls the Heart Season 1 and Season 2 Collector’s editions, this 10 DVD set contains both the film versions and the TV episode versions of When Calls the Heart Season 3. You can watch the series as 10 hour-long episodes or 5 feature films. As in previous years, fans will enjoy finding small differences between the film versions and the individual episodes.

The really exciting elements of the Season 3 collectors’ edition are the three bonus Discs. Disc 8 features the typical bonus material one would expect from a project like this – behind the scenes footage, interviews, etc. Disc 9 is a special product devoted to the fans that have made When Calls the Heart such a grassroots success - featuring footage from the #Hearties gathering in Vancouver in January of 2016. The 10th disc is a When Calls the Heart trivia game that devoted fans are sure to love.

In exchange for hosting this promotion, will be sending me a set of When Calls the Heart season one DVDs. Time permitting, I hope to start a review series of this show during the fall semester at university.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

My Thoughts on Orlando

Shortly after the Orlando shooting, I published my Christian Closet post to conclude the series. I said then that I would speak more on Orlando when I could gather my thoughts. As the new president of my school's sexuality and gender discussion group, I decided to share those thoughts through the group's website. For those of you interested in reading, the link is below.

"It’s been 36 days since the shooting. Not even one day for each life lost, and yet our country has largely moved on. Terrorist attacks in Iraq and France, political news across the States and new racially-charged deaths in the south have replaced the victims of Orlando in Facebook conversations and Twitter debates.
With so much violence heaped upon violence, hate built on hate, how is anyone capable of grieving and remembering every life lost? How is one Christian overwhelmed by the bloodshed to respond?"
Read more on the website.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

If Dreams Were Dresses

Once upon a time, there lived a little Christian girl in a little Christian family who led a good homeschooled Christian life alongside her youth group Christian friends. Saturday mornings were reserved for evangelism. Modesty was the most important part of her wardrobe. Her greatest dream was to get married and have eight kids.

ponytails have just never been my look

Once upon a time, that girl was me. I thought feminism was wrong and God's plan for me was to be a homemaker. I thought I couldn't be a functioning adult woman until I knew how to sew my own clothes and bake from scratch. I was convinced that four boys and four girls was the ideal family size.