Saddleback Church worship pastor Travis Ryan offers his debut with worship in the vein of Lincoln Brewster or Matt Redman.
- May 10, 2012 |
In a day when ghost hunters and psychics are all the rage on TV, it’s nice to read a book that deals with spiritual oppression from a biblical perspective.
- May 10, 2012 |
Summer movies—even overstuffed ones—can still provide a heavy dose of good old-fashioned fun.
Point of Grace offers well done, radio-ready inspiration and sings about how they live on this light country-influenced album.
Code of Silence is less Crime and Punishment for teens as it is a compelling psychological study of the weight of secrets.
Jimmy Needham’s latest endeavor is without doubt his best contribution yet, showing maturity both musically and lyrically.
Just as Dickens addressed social justice issues in novel form, Kathi Macias tackles sex trafficking in Special Delivery.
If knowing this film is "from the producers of Bridesmaids" turns your stomach, then The Five-Year Engagement is not for you.
In Disneynature’s Chimpanzee, a different kind of role model is “manning up” and leading the pack in this amazingly true story.
Moriah Peters’ relevant musical sense and vocal prowess catapults her ahead of peers also releasing debut albums this year.
Randy Singer’s superbly researched plot charges out of the gate on Page One, and doesn’t rest until literally the last page.
Donald Miller’s story might strike you as an unsurprising entry among the tales told by Christians critical of the church.
Part block party and part tent meeting, Newworldson’s third studio recording is as eclectic and exuberant as ever.
Author Tricia Goyer reimagines the Prodigal Son story, adds in a love triangle and sets it on the Titanic’s ill-fated voyage.
On Into the Glorious, Christy Nockels presents an album with understated production that allows her voice to brilliantly shine.
Frank Peretti’s latest thriller, Illusion, is a brilliantly-constructed puzzle box of a novel—but one with a beating heart.
American Reunion is about what you’d expect—a teen sex comedy about characters that long ago left their teenage years behind.
Romance between two main characters cleverly become a crucial tool needed to outwit a potential killer in Vicki Hinze’s latest.
Gold shimmers in its pop beats and content and finds Britt Nicole, once again, combining stylish grooves with authentic lyrics.