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Vibrant Families and Vibrant Religions go Hand in Hand

Vibrant Families and Vibrant Religions go Hand in Hand

By every measure, Europe has become increasingly secular since the 1960s. Even in the far more religious United States, the percentage of adults regularly attending church or synagogue fell from 41 to 31 percent, or roughly by a quarter, between 1972 and 2002.

Ralph Carmichael, Father of Contemporary Christian Music is making History

Ralph Carmichael, Father of Contemporary Christian Music is making History

Ralph Carmichael will make history in 2013 as the oldest conductor to embark on a 30-city tour. According to a news release obtained by the ASSIST News Service, the Ralph Carmichael Legacy Tour will feature thirty major symphony orchestras, the Ralph Carmichael Big Band, and the Ralph Carmichael Mass Choir, recruited from local communities.

The Ultimate Life: An Interview with Actor Drew Waters

The Ultimate Life: An Interview with Actor Drew Waters

“The Ultimate Life,” a touching story of hope and family values is the follow-up to the heartwarming film and best-seller “The Ultimate Gift.”

Spreading the Message Globally via Christian Comics

Spreading the Message Globally via Christian Comics

Christian-themed Kingstone Comics has expanded its reach all over the world through smartphone apps and licensing agreements.

End of Boy Scouts? Christian Coalition Creates New Scouting Group

End of Boy Scouts? Christian Coalition Creates New Scouting Group

A Christian group is offering an alternative to the Boy Scouts of America for those upset with Scouting’s new policy on sexual orientation, but the new group’s policy is similar and more than 99 percent of Boy Scout units are still with the 100-year-old program.

Surprising Survey Results on Religion and Politics

Surprising Survey Results on Religion and Politics

A survey of 2,000 American adults revealed interesting overlaps and gaps between Americans. The report uses religion as a lens to better understand Americans’ different ethnic, economic and gender perspectives.

Perceptions of God may stem from Father-Child Relationships

Perceptions of God may stem from Father-Child Relationships

Sociologists say it’s common for people to perceive that God is like the fatherly figures in their lives. If dad is caring, patient and concerned then children may believe God has those same characteristics. And the opposite also holds true.

‘The Bible’ Miniseries to Produce Another Installment

‘The Bible’ Miniseries to Produce Another Installment

Television network NBC announced that it will produce a sequel to the History Channel’s popular miniseries, “The Bible”.

Q’orianka Kilcher talks about “The Road to Forgiveness”-Film

Q’orianka Kilcher talks about “The Road to Forgiveness”-Film

Sitting in my office is actress, activist, and Native rights advocate Q’orianka Kilcher. She just so happens to be sitting beneath three favorite photographs of mine: Albert Schweitzer at the piano of his jungle hospital in Africa, Pablo Casals warming up on the cello in a church, and Christopher Parkening playing the guitar on a stage.

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