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Miracles happening during the making of Bible miniseries

Miracles happening during the making of Bible miniseries

The hit miniseries The Bible is setting records on cable television for the History Channel, with as many as 13 million viewers tuning in for the blockbuster. But certain aspects of the filming were even more remarkable, as producer Mark Burnett reports highly unusual occurrences behind-the-scenes that he labels miracles.

Hollywood welcomes Family-Friendly and Christian Movies

Hollywood welcomes Family-Friendly and Christian Movies

Hollywood and the mainstream press honored faith and family in a public way. According to a news release from Movieguide®, they discussed the popularity of Christian, family-friendly, and faith-friendly movies and television programs at a special summit.

‘Hope for Hurting Hearts’ Film’s First Public Release

‘Hope for Hurting Hearts’ Film’s First Public Release

A special pre-release screening of a new film resulted in nearly 30 people making public professions of faith. “Hope for Hurting Hearts” details the tragic events and circumstances experienced by Greg and Cathe Laurie, Jeremy Camp, and Nick Vujicic, and the subsequent emotional pain and testing of faith experienced by each.

168 Film Festival Narrowing Christian Contenders for Grand Prize

168 Film Festival Narrowing Christian Contenders for Grand Prize

The “168 Film Project” is a Christian film making/writing competition that appeals to Christian film makers because of its opportunity, professionalism and faithfulness to the Bible.

The Challenges of Interfaith Marriage

The Challenges of Interfaith Marriage

Interfaith marriages comprised 45 percent of U.S. marriages in the last decade. But the belief that “love will conquer all” often dissolves as children arrive and unanticipated life events cause spouses to reconsider the religions of their youth.

FCC to ease up on TV Regulations for Nudity, Profanity

FCC to ease up on TV Regulations for Nudity, Profanity

A proposed rule change could greatly alter the way decency standards are enforced on broadcast television.

How to have a Happier Family

How to have a Happier Family

What is the greatest weakness in most families? According to Dr. James H. Bossard, a former professor of sociology, it is the way parents talk in front of their children. He wrote, “I had no idea I would discover a real pattern in the [mealtime] conversation of families. I just wanted to learn what families talked about, but to my amazement I have found that family after family had definite, consistent conversational habits, and that the critical pattern was the most prevalent.

Blockbuster Movies with Redemptive Worldviews Earn the Most Revenue

Blockbuster Movies with Redemptive Worldviews Earn the Most Revenue

According to a Box Office Study, blockbusters with very strong Christian, redemptive worldviews reflecting traditional moral values earned four times as much money on average as movies with very strong Non-Christian, Anti-Christian, or mixed worldviews.

Reactions to ‘Godless Mom’ Essay

Reactions to ‘Godless Mom’ Essay

Deborah Mitchell, a mother of two teenagers, expresses why she doesn’t want to raise her children with religion via an essay published on the CNN iReport. Her essay soon gained popularity, and many have responded to her beliefs.

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