But really, what would a "sexy perfume for a female dog" smell like?
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The seemingly perfect Taylor family is thrown into chaos as high school football star son Beau is caught drinking alcohol. When judgmental townspeople turn their backs, the Taylors must find strength in faith and one another to get through the crisis.
Darren Wilson's latest film puts the heart of God on the line. Check it out.
The latest Marvel release focuses on a father's love for his daughter, but its family-friendly premise is marred by profanity and intense, scary scenes.
In his book, Rock and a Heart Place, Ken Mansfield tells the stories of rock 'n' rollers who are now serving Jesus.
The music from an event that attracted more than 20,000 teenagers and young adults from all over the world is now available.
Kids and adults will enjoy riding the animated film's emotional roller-coaster as they see what goes on inside and outside of their heads.
Read about Seatzy.com, an important technological boost for independent filmmaker Josh Mills and others like him.
If you've been watching the A.D. The Bible Continues series on NBC—or even if you haven't—you certainly won't want to miss this one on Sunday.
With four grandchildren and two on the way, should the patriarch and matriarch of the legendary family be trying for more children of their own?
Find out what the nation's leading Christian music network is up to with its new media venture.
The GRAMMY-nominated band has garnered several honors lately. Here's what has happened to them lately.
In stark contrast to 50 Shades of Grey, this film tells a love story from a Godly point of view. Find out when you can purchase it on DVD.
'The Avengers' sequel dials up the action, character development, one-liners and epic battles, which could be too intense for young fan boys and fan girls.
"What was science fiction 20 years ago is becoming a biometric reality today."
Exodus Cry's Laila Mickelwait is stirring an international controversy about female empowerment.
Dan Savage, who is known for advocating violence and hatred against people of faith, is starring in a new TV show loosely based on his life.
One tragic car accident left three of Craig Stone's family members dead and one in a vegetative state, only to be followed by a corrupt trial. He shares how his unimaginable grief and rage turned into true forgiveness.
It's easy to lose your way in the 'world's most influential mission field.' Mimi Sagadin and other believers offer tips on navigating Hollywood.
In Never Say No, Mark and Jan Foreman challenge readers to rethink how they live out the primary purpose of parenting.
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