In her publication debut, Interrupted: Life Beyond Words, 16-year-old Rachel Coker displays a remarkable amount of poise.
- March 22, 2012 |
Ever growing in sales and popularity, Christian romances tell tales of happily-ever-after that continue to capture readers' hearts.
Rather than an attempt to gain musical recognition, this album is an ideology that represents a college movement with conviction.
With the film Jeff, Who Lives at Home, we’re introduced to yet another grown man with a perpetual case of Peter Pan syndrome.
Under the guidance of super-producer Jason Ingram, singer/songwriter Andy Cherry’s debut contains plenty of memorable moments.
On her fourth solo album, Sarah Macintosh combines thought-provoking lyrics with diverse electronic affects and heavy synth.
The story never quite comes together in the big-budget John Carter, leaving a dissatisfying sense of what might have been.
Also known as Rebecca St. James’ brothers, For King & Country is sure to wow your eardrums with scintillating sibling harmonies.
If you took out token God references and ignored a love scene, you’d hardly recognize this as a book for a Christian audience.
The 2011 Oscar winner for for Best Documentary Feature lets us connect with real-life players in a compelling, beat-the-odds story.
Call it what you will, this is a stirring, patriotic depiction of men who carry out dangerous missions on behalf of their country.
Hillsong UNITED’s live recordings never seem redundant. Every time, they manage to draw the listener into the worship experience.
There’s nothing complicated or controversial with The Search Committee. And that’s what makes Tim Owens’ first book so clever.
Heart not only further defines Audrey Assad’s signature style, but should confirm her status as an artist of formidable talent.
Halflings is nothing original. But with its timeless themes of passion and forbidden love, it might not need to be.
Unfortunately, no amount of hair flips and charm from the normally crowd-pleasing Reese Witherspoon can save This Means War.
Newly aligned with Inpop Records, Jaci Velasquez presents a worthwhile comeback effort with the autobiographical Diamond.
Summer of Promise is the first of a three-part series from Amanda Cabot, so plan on another visit to Wyoming Territory next year.
Shaky-camera syndrome has taken hold of today’s action movies. And Safe House, directed by Daniel Espinosa, is no different.