Resources by Nathan Storms:
Nathan Storms Nathan graduated from Ozark Christian College in May of 2020 with his Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Ministry. After graduating, he moved to Louisville, KY, to take part in the 215 Residency at Southeast Christian Church. The emphasis of his residency is on discipleship through the Connections ministry. Nathan enjoys drinking coffee, playing piano (poorly), watching movies, reading books, and writing. Read more from Nathan at ndstorms.com.
Thor: Love and Thunder Review and Reflection Thor: Love & Thunder Review I will admit that I came into Thor: Love and Thunder with relatively low expectations, especially after watching other recent installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Thankfully, it’s been long enough since Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home that I think I’ve detoxed from that standard of action and... Nathan Storms
More Than Watchmen: Reflections on Waiting on and Wrestling with God “Out of the depths I cry to You, Lord; Lord, hear my voice.” Have you prayed words like these before? When the depths are close at hand, are you able to cry out in this way? To make a request for the Lord’s attention as the writer of Psalm 130 does here is bold. It... Nathan Storms
The World and the Way: Living in Hope When Facing Antagonism The Way of Jesus is fundamentally loving. If you’re reading this as a follower of Christ, this is probably (hopefully) not a very new or controversial statement. In Jesus’ own words, “By this everyone will know that you are my disciples: if you love one another.” Or if you prefer the hymn’s translation of John 13:35: “They will... Nathan Storms
In the Shadow of Apocalypse: Reflections on Marvel’s “Loki” “Apocalypses are points of revelation.” I pulled the above quote from an Instagram post by Rich Villodas, pastor of New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York. This quote was not inspired, as you might expect, by the books of Daniel or Revelation. This preaching point originated from the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic... Nathan Storms
Noisy Minds and Honest Relationships – Reflections on “Chaos Walking” Have you ever had a thought so loud it seemed impossible no one else could hear it? I’ve often felt like the intangible thoughts and feelings rattling inside me had to be strong enough that other people could observe them. No one had ever said anything to suggest this… but then again, maybe everyone was... Nathan Storms
What Makes Life Meaningful? Reflections on Disney’s “Soul” What makes life meaningful? What is worth doing during our time on this earth? How do our talents relate to our identity? As a young, recently-graduated-from-college adult, I’ve spent a lot of time asking questions like these. The transition period between adolescence and adulthood seems like a fitting season for such existential ponderings. When the... Nathan Storms