Tag Archives: Stranger Things

Stranger Things and Friendship

I’m slowly but surely working through some of Ephraim Radner’s thoughts on singleness and the church found in A Time to Keep.  I’ve gotten to the “good stuff,” which means I’m trying to process it well and not say stupid … Continue reading

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Stranger Reflections

I finished the second season of Stranger Things Tuesday night.  Or rather I should say “we,” as I was grateful to get to watch the season with friends (the same from season one).  That kind of thing seems only appropriate … Continue reading

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Stranger Things are Yet to Come

My friends and I are just under halfway through the second season of Netflix’s Stranger Things.  The end of episode three was so good that the fourth episode kind of begged to be watched. It’s odd to reflect on the … Continue reading

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“A Stranger Things Christmas”

This fan-made mash-up of Stranger Things and A Charlie Brown Christmas is a classic in its own right, I think.  Spoilers all through it, of course.  It’s good to see the Christmas lights in good and appropriate use . . … Continue reading

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Stranger Things Have Happened

About a month ago I finally got around to seeing Stranger Things on Netflix (thanks to friends and neighbors).  It’s pretty much everything every good review said: wonderfully nostalgic, well-paced, a real sense of the unexpected, Winona Ryder unrecognizable at … Continue reading

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