Exodus Cry's Laila Mickelwait is stirring an international controversy about female empowerment.
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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.
The first episode of Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's epic miniseries drew a strong viewer rating, but fell short of their other miniseries, The Bible.
The "New Atheists" say God is dead, but surveys suggest Hollywood and the public aren't buying it. What do you think?
Understanding biblical Christianity begins by dismissing Hollywood's inaccurate versions.
Movieguide is not happy about the adaptation of Bill O'Reilly's book. Find out what went wrong.
The world needs to see why worship music is impacting millions of people around the globe.
Ridley Scott's first biblically-themed project since Exodus: Gods and Kings rated 3 out of 5 stars by Faith Driven Consumer.
"Dig" weaves a fictional action-conspiracy story around factual strands of Old Testament prophesy and biblical archaeology. Let's separate the fact from the fiction.
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" offers a scathing look at the religion Tom Cruse, John Travolta and other Hollywood celebs practice.
The family-friendly, alien/human road trip movie offers touching lessons on hope and friendship, but it's also marred by rude humor.
Read about the impact of Kara Tippetts' book The Hardest Peace had on her own life and many others.
See which artists collaborated on the album and helped the GRAMMY-nominated band soar to the top of the chart.
With music fans doing the judging, FreQ Media has announced the winners of its inaugural My Christian Hits Awards, naming 39 different category winners. Over 14,000 votes were cast over a three-week period. The list of winners reveals how diverse Christian music has become and the high level of artistry included in this year's honorees.
Mandisa and Danny Gokey headed up the list of winners, garnering honors for Female and Male Artists of the Year, respectively.
Other major category winners include: Breakout Artist of the Year: NeedToBreathe; New Artist of the Year: Shuree; New Indie Artist of the Year: Spencer Kane; and Music Video of the Year: Brandon Heath's "Love Does." NeedToBreathe proved to be the biggest winner, taking home awards in five different categories. A complete list of winners can be found at MyChristianHits.com.
Fans voted across many musical genres, including rock, pop, hip-hop, folk, metal/hardcore, underground hip-hop, tween pop, electronic/EDM, worship, country, and Christmas. The category groupings are based primarily off of MyChristianHits.com's current and future music channel names. Fans who voted are also eligible for five separate prize packages, which will be awarded over the next week.
"With the debut of the My Christian Hits Awards, and the huge response we received from the voting public, we believe we're moving in the right direction in the diversity of our network music programming," said FreQ Media General Manager and former Radio & Records/Billboard Christian music editor Rick Welke. "We will continue to champion the art that we are honored to play, and the artists that desire to connect with music fans in a real way through our multiple websites and music offerings. I would like to thank the 14,000 plus that voted in this first year of the My Christian Hits Awards. The fans coming out and voting the way they did, it was nothing short of amazing."
"We must not let the words 'Never Again' ring hollow."
Will you be seeing Do You Believe?
Scheduled for a fall release, this film promises to be a hit among Christian audiences.
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