What is becoming the ‘must-see’ faith-based movie of the year, SLAMMA JAMMA hits theaters nationwide this Friday, with a sneak-preview this Thursday at all Regal theaters.
Meeting Moses, the first in a brand-new series of kids’ picture books, is releasing just in time to delight children ages 5-8 this Passover and Easter season. Author Robert Chasin and illustrator Matt Roussel are excited to team up for the Meeting Bible Heroes series, which will introduce kids to important Bible characters from the Old Testament, while also providing valuable lessons along the way.
We live in a culture obsessed with romance. Sweet stories of sensual passion, quick commitments and affectionate promises surround us this time of year. And yet, even while we seem to worship love, its crumbling runs rampant as divorce rates skyrocket. The truth is that what we often see portrayed as true love in love movies and other media is actually just the heat of infatuation.
I’m Not Ashamed, the beloved film that tells the heroic story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim at Columbine High School, will be available on, Blu-ray™ combo pack, DVD and On Demand, on January 24th, and Digital HD on January 10, 2017.
Just in time for Christmas, author Tawney Anderson has released her new children’s book: “A Nativity Christmas.” Tawney has combined her talents as a playwright and theater director to create a unique host of characters that bring this Christmas story to life. Combined with animal character illustrations, “A Nativity Christmas” creates theater of the mind that will leave a heart-warming impression in the minds of all children and their families, while exemplifying why we celebrate Christmas.
This past week’s estimate of third-quarter real GDP was positive. The annual rate of growth was an annualized 3.2 percent, which was 0.3 percent higher than the previous estimate and 0.1 percent higher than expectations.
Nominations continue to come in from all over the country for the longest married couple project sponsored by Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME), the original faith-based marriage enrichment program in this country. The project honors one national winner and winners from each of the 50 states and U.S. territories.
“Women are beyond understanding,” is the predominant excuse for a man’s inability to fix failing or broken marriages. This fraudulent thinking is so accepted by the world that it’s become a common joke. What a sad, but eye-opening image of Satan using a notorious worldly deception to separate what God has joined together.
Child Evangelism Fellowship® will kick off their second annual Christmas Across America SM program this month with the goal of helping 100,000 children learn about and celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Principal photography has begun on ALL SAINTS, an inspirational drama from AFFIRM Films, a Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) company and Provident Films, starring Emmy Award winner and Golden Globe nominee John Corbett (MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING, “Northern Exposure”) and Cara Buono (“Stranger Things,” “Mad Men”). Filming continues through mid-October on location in Nashville and Smyrna, Tennessee.
As the school year kicks into gear, PureFlix.com, a leader in the faith and family streaming video space, is starting an initiative designed to complement the efforts of families who are homeschooling their children.
One out of two marriages in America will end in divorce this year. Could the reason be that many loving couples fail at handling their inevitable conflicts? Christian psychologist and author David E. Clarke, PhD, releases a free e-book resource, The Conflict-Busting Formula, to help couples learn a new conflict pattern so their marriage can be free to grow and thrive.
As America’s teens head back to school and the lazy days of summer officially come to a close, new research released today suggests that Bible reading suffers when teens lead busy, over-scheduled lives.
SWAT Deputy Mark Diebold of the Tarrant County Police asked God for a sign and got one weighing 6 lbs., 11 ounces. At the time, he did not realize how large a sign it would become.
Following her successful two decades-long run with Women of Faith as “Mama T” or, better, the “Oprah of the Christian world,” Thelma Wells invites women to reimagine the long-term benefits of creating an atmosphere of agreement, understanding, and reconciliation to unify the family now and for generations to come. At age 75, Wells unveils probably her greatest commission yet, called Generation Love, a one-day series of conferences born from the mantle she received from her grandmother Sarah Harrell who raised Thelma when she was in her sixties. For information online, visit GenerationLove.info.
It’s a movement dating back to 1775, when General George Washington first flew the flag emblazoned with an evergreen tree and the words “An Appeal to Heaven” proclaiming the power of prayer. Rooted in the culture of the Iroquois Native American nation, the liberty tree symbolizes eternal covenant, liberty and peace.
Two new high school courses released Wednesday by the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics (IFWE) seek to equip the next generation of young people to make an impact in the world for Christ through their work. Understanding God’s Calling and Biblical Foundations for the Economic Way of Thinking are courses designed for homeschool students but can be used in a variety of educational settings, including Christian schools, churches, and small groups.