Matt and Adam react to the 2019 Academy Awards and the year in filmmaking
Sunday Morning Matinee
Matt Gaventa & Adam Hearlson talk movies & ministry
In anticipation of March Madness, Matt and Adam sit down with Aisha Brooks Lytle to talk about ministry, romance, and Love and Basketball.
Adam and Matt are joined by Yale Divinity School professor Greg Mobley to discuss comics, stories, and M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable.
On this week’s Technicolor Jesus, Adam and Matt discuss water, work, and Alfonso Cuaron's Roma.
Adam and Matt welcome Jennifer Howe Peace to talk masculinity, the baby Jesus, and Die Hard.
On this week’s episode, Matt and Adam talk death, the wild West, Advent, and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.
On this week’s Technicolor Jesus, Matt and Adam talk about deterrence, peace, kingship, and Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 masterpiece.
On the eve of the U.S. midterm election, Adam and Matt talk with Duke Divinity School professor Jerusha Matsen Neale about honesty, authenticity, destiny, and Alexander Payne's 1999 film Election.
Matt and Adam are joined by UPenn's Charles Howard to talk Philadelphia, boxing, and Ryan Coogler's film Creed.
Adam and Matt welcome back the practically perfect Becca Messman to talk ministry and Mary Poppins.
Matt and Adam take the show on the road and discuss Jeff Nichols's Midnight Special at Mo Ranch in Texas.
Matt and Adam invite Laurel Koepf Taylor to talk children, ministry, and the new Fred Rogers documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Adam and Matt welcome Steve Thorngate to the show to talk about Facebook, ambition, and The Social Network.
Adam and Matt talk with Kathryn Reklis about shadows, duplicity, and Billy Wilder’s 1944 noir classic Double Indemnity.
Matt and Adam talk with MaryAnn McKibben Dana about stories, improv, and Stranger than Fiction.