Roma Downey and Mark Burnett have hand-picked five well-known women to feature in their latest project. read more
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Sadie Robertson and "Dancing With the Stars" partner Mark Ballas tackled the Creation story in this week's episode. The two performed a contemporary dance, receiving two 9s and two 10s from the judges.
A new episode of a show on Oprah's network will feature charismatic churches and the practice of casting out devils. read more
Three contestants on Germany's The Voice Kids recently delivered a stunning performance of Leonard Cohen's classic "Hallelujah." Watch the viral video. read more
Willie Robertson, star of A&E’s hit reality television show Duck Dynasty, has always been vocal about his family’s mission to see souls saved. Despite the program’s fourth season shattering ratings records this fall, with more than 11.8 million viewers in more than 100 countries, Robertson maintains that the show’s accolades pale in comparison to true success. read more
Before former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner claimed his Super Bowl MVP title in the 1999 season, he spent time bagging groceries and watching football from the sidelines. Warner is widely known for his Cinderella story—which includes numerous stops, starts, setbacks and rejections before landing him on the field as an MVP quarterback.
It was a long road to get to football fame, and Warner struggled to keep his dream alive while meeting the needs of his family. Along the way, he found purpose in God. Warner says he believed all along that God had gifted him to play and that he was determined to keep believing and working hard until given a chance to prove it.
“Living in your passions is what life is all about—doing the things that you believe you were called to do,” he says.
Today, Warner is giving others that second chance through an inspirational reality series called The Moment that premieres on the USA Network on April 11.
Warner, who hosts the show, will encounter hopefuls like Phil Theodorou, who gave up his dream to become an orchestra conductor to support his son, who was born with a learning disorder. Theodorou is one of many who will be given a second chance to pursue their dream job.
But the show isn’t just about creating opportunities, Warner says. It’s about helping people push through the fears that hold them back.
“My hope is that the show, in and of itself, is a knock on the door for a lot of people to wake them up and say, ‘It’s not too late,’” he says.
“We’ve been blessed in an amazing way. Now it’s our chance to pay that forward.” read more
Find out how the journey of bringing The Bible to TV left an imprint of faith on those behind the camera. read more