On Today's Episode In this episode, Wayne considers the following important questions with practical application for us today: SEGMENT 1: | 0:50 | Why did a group of Christians ban theater? SEGMENT 2: | 6:15 | What could make grown men cry and people fall to the ground and kiss it? SEGMENT 3: | 11:50 | Why would we want to find the "end" of ourselves? … [Read more...] about Listen Now! From Church and Dystopias to the End of Ourselves and a Vexing Question
Wayne R. Scott with Dane Bundy In this series, we look at the current LifeHouse Theater production through the lens of the Christian perspective. This morning, a book tried to convince me not to read him. For so early in the day, I thought it a little rude. Breakfast to Remember It was during breakfast and my eye caught his cover. I walked over to him, … [Read more...] about Don’t Read This Post.
On Today's Episode With Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Pure Flix, and the movie theaters, we have no shortage of movie options. It's often overwhelming to distinguish between which films are worth our time and which ones are not. That's why in today's episode Wayne Scott and his producer, Dane Bundy, talk about 50 movies. These movies come … [Read more...] about Listen Now! 50 Recommended Movies
On Today's Episode In this fourth episode, Wayne interviews Olin Richey on ministry, family, time management, and superpowers (if he could have some, what would they be...?). Olin Richey is pastor at Foothill Bible Church and a regular volunteer storyteller at LifeHouse Theater. Sponsored by LifeHouse Theater On-the-Air This episode is sponsored … [Read more...] about Listen Now! Wayne Interviews LifeHouse Actor Olin Richey
Wayne R. Scott with Dane Bundy Finding your calling can sometimes feel like pinning jello to the wall. My Wrestling and Wandering As a young man, I certainly wrestled with the Lord over what he wanted me to do with my life. Before I founded LifeHouse Productions, I worked in a number of jobs. Looking back I don't see them as "wastes of time" in any … [Read more...] about When Finding Your Calling Feels Like Wandering