A web site says Fellowship Creative exists in part for artists to build relationships and develop resources to build the local church.
Hasn't been promoted to Christians, yet it’s an inspiring, powerful film that revolves around the tension between justice and mercy.
Set in 1776, the show follows a New York farmer named Abe Woodhull as he and a group of childhood friends form the war’s first spy ring.
Prepare to be overwhelmed – especially if you’re a mother. Ready yourself, both for Judi Dench's performance and for tears.
Believe the buzz. MercyMe’s eight studio album, Welcome to the New, really may be the multi-platinum band’s best effort to date.
Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.
A quick-running, G-rated, family friendly film about Madagascar that educates and inspires without dancing hippos or polka-dot zebras.
It started in December, when Focus on the Family first began running “Irreplaceable” trailers in cinemas across the nation. The trailer – which you can watch on YouTube – was benign, a collection of clips with a voiceover of host Tim Sisarich asking what happened to the belief in traditional family. What happened to the view that a man and woman should marry, raise children and remain committed for a lifetime?
Less bloated, this second installment stands as a premium Hollywood production that can teach other major lit-franchises a thing or two.
New faith-based film God’s Not Dead is a lightning rod for the “Do Christians make good art?” debate. How does its soundtrack hold up?
Feels like something you'd see at a good science museum. Dino-crazy youngsters will love it, and their parents won’t mind it either.
Undoubtedly Noah’s journey has been marked with controversy. Yet with these events in mind, I can tell you that I hope you will go see this film.
It’s not just the change of scenery that makes Tim Shoemaker’s Below the Surface such an exciting novel.
It’s been three years since multi-platinum recording artist Sara Evans released new music. So, how does Slow Me Down hold up?
Seems to serve as a family-friendly version of the art vs. commerce debate, but also packs an emotional and thematic wallop.
Odds are most people wouldn't consider About a Boy worthy of its own TV show, but apparently NBC had other plans.
We're used to stories about dreams come true. This folk tale of folk music is the story of one that doesn't which toys with reasons why.
To the chagrin of its many fans, Pixar Animation Studios will not release a new film in 2014. But its artists, including Brian Green, 45, are working hard on upcoming projects.
We’ve seen slavery depicted on film before, but not like this, comparable to the depths Spielberg plunged us to in Schindler’s List.
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