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Hollywood Producer Creates ‘The Bible’, a new History Channel Miniseries

Hollywood Producer Creates ‘The Bible’, a new History Channel Miniseries

The new History Channel miniseries “The Bible” comes from the creative minds — and the Christian faith — of actress Roma Downey (“Touched by an Angel”) and producer Mark Burnett (“Survivor,” “The Apprentice”).

Les Miserables – The True Meaning of God’s Love and Forgiveness

Les Miserables – The True Meaning of God’s Love and Forgiveness

Les Miserables won three Academy Awards today, including Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Anne Hathaway), Best Sound Mixing and Best Make-Up and Hair Styling. But it’s not Hugh Jackman or Anne Hathaway who play the stories most pivotal role. Karl Faase explores the most important role in Les Miserable, and how he is connected to the true meaning of Easter.

Abraham Lincoln Movie: Lessons in Leadership

Abraham Lincoln Movie: Lessons in Leadership

Daniel Day-Lewis did it again: his third Academy Award was bestowed upon him on Sunday at the 85th Academy Awards in Hollywood for his role as Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Lincoln’s final years

The 21st Annual Movieguide® Faith and Values Awards

The 21st Annual Movieguide® Faith and Values Awards

Just over a week before the 85th Academy Awards, the 21st Annual Movieguide® Faith and Values Awards honors the good in Hollywood. LES MISÉRABLES Takes $100,000 Epiphany Prize for Most Inspiring Movie of 2012, and Andy Garcia wins Grace Award for Most Inspiring Movie Performance in FOR GREATER GLORY.

Daring Teen Behavior may be the Key to Success in Later Life

Daring Teen Behavior may be the Key to Success in Later Life

Why are teenagers such impulsive, temperamental, sensation seekers? Some of their most exasperating traits may be necessary to success later in life, experts find.

Relationship, Marriage Classes to Help Low-Income Families

Relationship, Marriage Classes to Help Low-Income Families

Marriage and relationship classes are a promising public policy tool to strengthen families, particularly those that are disadvantaged or otherwise vulnerable. But they are not an option that is well-known and not everyone can access them.

How to Talk to your Child about Weight and Obesity

How to Talk to your Child about Weight and Obesity

America is in an “obesity epidemic,” but how is a parent supposed to address real concerns about a child’s weight and overall health without unleashing unwanted effects or smashing a child’s confidence and self-esteem?

Parenting: 4 Common Financial Mistakes

Parenting: 4 Common Financial Mistakes

As good as intentions may be, some parents’ methods of teaching finances can be misguided. The four most common and how to avoid them are pointed out in a mint.com article.

‘Life According to Sam’ Lends Itself to Thought Provoking Introspection

‘Life According to Sam’ Lends Itself to Thought Provoking Introspection

Via an inspirational teenager and his tenacious mother, the new documentary ‘Life According to Sam’ introduces audiences to the rare disease of progeria.

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