New Pure Flix thriller The Mark is entertaining, but somewhat predictable.
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The film The Sound of the Spirit highlights the tension between orthodox Jews and Messianic Jews. The family-friendly tale follows the hardships that a young Messianic girl faces after she is sent to live with her traditionally Jewish uncle.
Find out more about Here Comes the Boom, which Movieguide says has a lot of heart and a lot of laughter with a Christian worldview of sacrifice, Scripture and prayer.
A dozen years in, the Chicago-based ensemble known as Shekinah Glory Ministry continues to be a forerunner for urban praise and worship music. Find out how their latest album stacks up.
Bill and Gloria Gaither teamed with Thomas Nelson in order to create The Gaither Homecoming Bible, a Bible that intersects with the readers everyday life.
Bethel Live releases its all-new, full-length CD/DVD, For The Sake Of The World to critical acclaim.
Although Hotel Transylvania is enjoyably funny, Movieguide advises caution due to its soft horror theme, some occult and more.
Won't Back Down chronicles the journey of two womena struggling, single mother and a veteran teacherwho embark on a mission to turn around their kids' failing school in Pittsburgh.
He has been splashed on billboards and in high-profile ads from Hong Kong to New York, but when Robert John Grasseschi encountered Jesus Christ, his life changed forever. He details his walk in his book, The Catwalk to Christ.
You may be familiar with Finding Nemo, but you've never seen it look this good. Find out why the 3-D version is so much better, and if it's worth a trip to the theater.
Last Ounce of Courage, which releases in theaters on Friday, is sure to get you stirred up about what is happening to the United States of America's moral structure.
Israel Houghton & New Breed's recently released Jesus at the Center, recorded live over four days at Joel Osteens packed Lakewood Church in Houston, exemplifies what the church truly should be.
With his debut book, Fresh Air, Chris Hodges eloquently lifts readers out of the spiritual doldrums with a reminder of how the breath of God can put the wind in our sails no matter what our circumstance.
If we are to hunger and thirst for wisdom to attain it, this book from Kyle Searcy helps stir up such desire.
In his book, Fear Not, Carter Conlon, senior pastor of Times Square Church in New York City, gives practical examples of believers who have faced their enemies and overcome with Gods power.
Grammy-nominated recording artist Ricardo Sanchez debuts his new book, subtitled How to Keep Moving Forward When You Feel Youre Losing the Fight.
Cindy Trimm (Charisma House)
Satan is a very real and cunning enemy. Author Cindy Trimm presents the keys to spiritual strategy to help fight Satan's many weapons.
Steven Furtick (Multnomah Books)
Although you may not believe it or be ready for it, God's has big plans for your life. Pastor Steven Furtick explains how you can be used in a 'Greater' way in God's kingdom than you could ever imagine.
Jim Raley (Charisma House)
Tullian Tchividjian (David C. Cook)
The Bible says we will all have trials and tribulations. Tullian Tchividjian's book Glorious Ruin explains the good news is that Jesus is right there with us to endure the pain.
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