‘Broken and hurting’ Santa Fe seeks hope, healing

    Joey Tombrella had a personal story to tell in his graduate recognition sermon days after the Santa Fe High School…

    Museum of the Bible visitors top half a million in first six months

    The Good Book is shaping up to be a good draw on the crowded landscape of museums in the nation’s…

    Coffee, tweets or Jesus: Bible ranks low as daily must

    The Bible tops coffee, social media and sweets as a daily necessity for only 16 percent of the population, according…

    High court ruling permits sports betting in all states

    All 50 states are now free to sponsor gambling on sporting events. In a 6-3 ruling Monday (May 14), the…

    Some Christians and Jews hail embassy move to Jerusalem as key to a biblical plan

    When American and Israeli officials inaugurated the first-ever U.S. embassy in Jerusalem Monday (May 14) in a festive red, white…

      STREAMING REVIEWS | ‘I Can Only Imagine’ & ‘Paul’ DVDs lead June family-friendly spotlight

      Editor’s note: This monthly series, “5 Family-Friendly Things,” spotlights five family-friendly entertainment choices on DVD, streaming or television. March was…

      FamilyLife’s ‘Like Arrows’ film to spotlight Christ-centered parenting

      Filmmaker Alex Kendrick has directed or produced five films during his career, but none of them had the unique challenges…

      ‘National Bible Bee Competition Show’ leads May’s family-friendly spotlight

      How long would it take you to memorize five Bible verses? Fifty Bible verses? Even 100 Bible verses? What about…

      STREAMING REVIEWS | Exhilarating ‘River Monsters’ tops new streaming entries

      What do you get when you combine Bear Grylls and Bill Dance, and then toss in a little history, a…

      ‘Fragments of Truth’ film to examine: Can we trust the Bible?

      There have always been skeptics who questioned the Bible’s accuracy. But evangelical scholar Craig Evans says the skeptics today are…

      REVIEW: Sight & Sound’s new show ‘JESUS’ is spectacular

      The first time someone invited me to a Sight & Sound Bible-based theatrical production – which would have required flying…

      ‘The Greatest Showman’ leads April DVD releases

      If you’re wanting it to be family-friendly, then the history of musicals on the big screen has been a mixed…

      MOVIES | ‘Hans Zimmer: Live In Prague’ tops new streaming entries

      Music is one of God’s great gifts, but it’s enjoyed best when it’s live. This month on Netflix, subscribers can…

        Laura Story on the legacy of parenting

        The singer-songwriter talks about her strengths and weaknesses as a mother. Laura Story is a worship leader at Perimeter Church,…

        Netflix controversial suicide series raises questions and alarms

        A streamed Netflix series dramatizing the fictional story of a teen’s suicide has drawn disparate reactions from secular and Christian…

        Steven Curtis Chapman: ‘Trust God’ through tragedy

        The career of contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman has spanned 30 years, marked by success and tragedy. The Paducah,…

        Churches struggle with response to domestic violence

        When it comes to domestic violence, Protestant pastors want to be helpful but often don’t know where to start, a…

        ‘Chewbacca Mom’ talks poverty, depression and hope in new book

        GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Zondervan announced today the signing of a multi-book deal with Candace Payne, who is frequently referred…

        Hillsong’s Taya Smith on skateboarding, 3 a.m. jam sessions, and fame

        SYDNEY – The lead vocalist in Hillsong’s United’s “Oceans” probably doesn’t fit any preconceptions you have of her. Taya Smith’s…

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