A Candid Interview with Steve Austin, Author of ‘From Pastor to Psych Ward’

I grew up in a fundamentalist church culture that demanded outward performance, to the detriment of genuine faith. Because my brain didn't work like other Christians I knew, I learned to blend in and keep my mouth shut.

Memoir Stars: High School Students Interview Senior Citizens

Too often we don’t learn about our brothers and sisters in Christ until their funeral or memorial service.

‘Run the Race’ tops this month’s ‘5 family-friendly things’

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Tim Tebow, his fiancé, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, and Executive Producer, Bill Reeves, arrived to the AMC Theater in Port St. Lucie, FL on Friday evening to view Run the Race, the newly released Christian movie.

REVIEW: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is a fun ride with a good message, but …

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Screen Time Safety for Children: The Latest Research

Children who spend more than two hours per day looking at an electronic screen demonstrate decreased memory, diminished language skills, and shortened attention spans.

REVIEW: ‘The Lego Movie 2’ and traditional gender roles

The newest animated film in theaters, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (PG), reflects this difference between genders. It’s a sequel to 2014’s The Lego Movie.

REVIEW: ‘Green Book,’ Racism and Christianity

Shirley knows he will encounter restaurants that won’t feed him and hotels that won’t house him. That’s why he and Tony take along the Green Book

REVIEW: ‘Stan and Ollie’ is a marvelous tale about friendship

Stan & Ollie (PG) -- can’t seem to forgive his larger sidekick for briefly forming a new partnership, even if it was due to contractual disputes and pressure from their producer, Hal Roach. And even if it took place roughly 14 years ago.

Big Daddy Weave Kicks Off Alive Tour in February

“Everything that has been shaken will be shaken.’” But now he said he feels like Big Daddy Weave is coming out on the other side, entering a new season of life and a season of ministering from a place they haven’t been before.
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