While we're still being asked to isolate at home for our own sake and the safety of others, a classic motion picture is the perfect way to spend a late winter or early spring evening. From thrillers and mysteries to popular, award-winning musicals, here are 22 movies we think you'll enjoy that are airing on Turner Classic Movies in March 2021.
A classic movie, a cozy throw and a comfy couch are the perfect way to spend cold February nights while isolating at home for safety's sake. Here are 21 movies we think you'll enjoy that are airing on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) in February 2021.
The Book of Genesis says, “God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him” (Genesis 1:21 NIV). But what does that mean for us? What does it mean to be made in the image of God? Here are some musings on this question from philosophers, authors, pastors and more.
In her inspiring story in the February 2021 issue of Guideposts, Colleen Radke shares how a difficult divorce, the stress of caring for a person struggling with their sobriety and the trials brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic inspired her to get back to nature with her five-year-old daughter, Wynn, who suggested they set goal of visiting 67 waterfalls. Here, the mother-daughter duo share a few of their favorite sights.
As 2020 comes to a close, we pause to remember many of the inspiring individuals who left us over the past 12 months. There are those whose music brightened our lives, such as R&B artist Bill Withers, British songbird Vera Lynn and country-pop singer Mac Davis; those who used their talents and courage to open doors that were previously closed, including Katherine Johnson, John Lewis, and Phyllis George, and many, such as Alex Trebek, Chadwick Boseman and Olivia de Havilland, who entertained and inspired us.
The late John Lewis, inspired by his association with Dr. Martin Luther King, devoted his life to the cause of civil rights. Just as Lewis was inspired by Dr. King, his words have for decades inspired others to work for equality and justice.