5 Ways to Pray for Cuba
December 19th, 2014

5 Ways to Pray for Cuba

Peter Edman

This week President Obama announced that the United States would begin to normalize relations with Cuba for the first time in more than 50 years. We still don’t know the full consequences of this decision, but they have the potential to open Cuba to fresh influences and could be ...

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Finding the Bible in the Exodus Movie
December 5th, 2014

Finding the Bible in the Exodus Movie

Randy Petersen

What was Moses wearing when he told Pharaoh, “Let my people go”? Even the most brilliant Bible scholar can’t tell you, because the book of Exodus omits that detail. Yet that’s one of many decisions a filmmaker must make, using a combination of historical research, educated guesswork, and imagination. ...

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Talking about Exodus: Gods and Kings
December 4th, 2014

Talking about Exodus: Gods and Kings

Randy Petersen

Do you like to go somewhere after a movie and hash it out? Sometimes that’s half the fun, doing your own Siskel-Ebert thing over drinks and eats. Well, this is a movie that cries out for a post-show discussion. So, whether you’re with a church group, a handful of ...

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Words of my Father
November 10th, 2014

Words of my Father

Art Pace

When I was a child, my father would drag me to the local Veterans’ Day parade. I did not quite understand why we went. I mean, it was not like the Thanksgiving or Christmas parades, or even the Fourth of July. It was just float after ...

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5 Bible Passages to Preserve Your Sanity in Election Season
October 21st, 2014

5 Bible Passages to Preserve Your Sanity in Election Season

Randy Petersen

Relax! This isn’t another scorecard rating the “biblicality” of each candidate. It’s a decidedly non-partisan look at some Scriptures that might keep your faith on course in this contentious time. 1 Corinthians 13:4-6 : “Love is patient, love is kind. . . . It does ...

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One Lost Girl of Sudan Reflects on The Good Lie
October 3rd, 2014

One Lost Girl of Sudan Reflects on The Good Lie

Jennica Stevens

Rebecca Deng knows the perils of the Lost Boys of Sudan’s journey. She experienced it herself when she fled her village in South Sudan for the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya. In this video she reflects on the impact of the film from her own perspective as a child ...

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The Good Lie Opens Tomorrow
October 2nd, 2014

The Good Lie Opens Tomorrow

Maria Wolf

The Good Lie opens Oct. 3 in theaters near you. Starring Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon, it is the story of the Lost Boys of Sudan, a group of 20, 000 children, mostly boys, who trekked through the wilderness seeking refuge from the fighting that occurred during ...

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Worship Pastor Lincoln Brewster Shares His Story and Heart for God
July 25th, 2014

Worship Pastor Lincoln Brewster Shares His Story and Heart for God

Maria Wolf

Christian singer, songwriter and guitarist Lincoln Brewster walked away from a high-powered rock-n-roll career to serve Christ and others. He never looked back. Instead, he’s used his God-given talents to reshape the sound of worship music, having made a lasting impact on the entire genre. He will release his ...

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