Most can agree that watching a family TV show is a relaxing way to unwind at the end of the day. Not as easy to agree on: what to watch. (Especially when the whole family watches together.) Debating what to watch will sap the “relaxing” right out of “relaxing time.” Allow us to help by comparing two current sitcom options.
As the world mourns the death of veteran actor Burt Reynolds many are fondly looking back at the performer’s sweeping, six-decade-long career. Reynolds, who was 82, inspired and entertained audiences for the majority of his life, playing roles in iconic films and TV shows like “Deliverance,” “Smokey and the Bandit,” and “Evening Shade.”
David A.R. White grew up as a pastor's son in a small Mennonite farming town outside of Dodge City, Kansas. Although his family did not watch movies and his high school didn't do much drama, White did produce a play as a high school senior and developed a strong interest in acting. When he was 19, White left Moody Bible Institute with his father's blessing, feeling called by the Holy Spirit to move to Los Angeles and pursue acting.
Have you ever felt excited to share something that made you cry from laughing, only to cringe when you realize there’s a swear word or inappropriate joke? You’re not the only one.
Raised in a small Mennonite farming town in Kansas, David A.R. White followed God’s call to Hollywood at age 19 -- and thank goodness he did.
It is so important that young men and women find role models in today’s world. All too often, society provides examples of success that glorify values and ideals that are counter to all we try to instill.