Here’s to the pop songwriters. It’s high time we admitted the massively difficult task they’ve undertaken.
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Is there hope for broken families trying to deal with the pain of miscarriage and abortion?
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Pushes its magicality almost to disbelief's breaking point, but a gifted cast helps the message go down like a spoonful of sugar.
This is one of the many reasons I love the Jesus Culture movement: they are not afraid to forsake the familiar for something new and fresh.
Like fashion, literary trends tend to come and go, too. And like the “Hunger Games,” Evan Angler also invites the reader into a scary but fascinating futuristic new world in Swipe.
Restoring the relationship between the Christian community and Hollywood behooves everyone involved.
Let there be no mistaking: The American Bible Challenge game show is a Christian program on secular television, one that is all at once entertaining, inspiring, and educational.
Let the princess debate end with this delightful exploration into how we can serve and love others because we know how much God loves us.
Did the Batman film itself play a role in the Aurora massacre? That’s a big question.
Christians shaped the arts as we now know them: music, theater, sculpting, literature, you name it. So what happened?
There are always two (or more) sides to a story. And that’s the case with LifeWay bookstores and The Blind Side.
Its deft handling of complicated family situations makes People Like Us one of the best American films released so far this year.
Open Your Doors is a charming album full of eccentric artistry and lovely harmonies from husband/wife duo Jenny & Tyler.
Leiv Benkert shares how God used his ordinary American family to help snatch children from the jaws of death in Ethiopia.
Set in ancient times of the mysterious Scottish Highlands, Brave looks within to find one’s fate and the meaning of true bravery.
On The Heartbeat, Bellarive’s piano-fueled anthems aim for more of a headphone-listening experience than the usual worship fare.
Lori Smith taps into Jane Austen’s novels and mind and applies the best 18th century lessons for life in these modern times.
While the movie poster promises “nothin’ but a good time,” Rock of Ages is certainly not good cinema for the whole family.
As The Loudest Sound Ever Heard suggests, The Choir is thriving while adding another rock-solid entry to an impressive catalog.