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Lee Strobel’s ‘The Case for Christ’ now a movie

Lee Strobel’s ‘The Case for Christ’ now a movie

Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ has been turned into a movie, set for release by the Christian movie studio Pure Flix Entertainment April 7.

       
Homeless find rest in faith-based shelters more than others

Homeless find rest in faith-based shelters more than others

Religious organizations provide more than half of the emergency shelter beds for homeless people in major cities across the country, a new Baylor University study shows.

       
Few see Christianity as very important to be ‘truly American’

Few see Christianity as very important to be ‘truly American’

Americans may pledge allegiance to “one nation under God,” but they are divided on whether religion is essential to national identity.

       
Baylor expert offers four tips to help battle human trafficking

Four ways to battle human trafficking

The crowds who pour into Houston for the Super Bowl and pregame festivities will include people involved in human trafficking, a Baylor University social work professor predicted.

       
Does God care who wins the Super Bowl?

Will God favor Falcons or stand up for Patriots?

Does God have his eye on the gridiron? Will he cheer for either the Atlanta Falcons or the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl Feb. 5? One-quarter of all Americans believe he does and he will, according to a new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute.

       
Americans not interested in pastors’ views on social issues

Americans not interested in pastors’ views on social issues

What do pastors think about social or political issues? Americans don’t particularly want to know.

       
Partnership with Martin Scorsese gives evangelical artist wider exposure

Scorsese partnership gives evangelical artist wider exposure

Decades before Makoto “Mako” Fujimura became America’s most successful evangelical fine artist—and even longer before he advised Martin Scorsese on the director’s new movie, Silence—an unplanned turn down a darkened museum hall in Tokyo defined his artistic calling.

       
Matt Redman wants audiences to connect with the mystery of Christmas

Matt Redman wants audiences to connect with the mystery of Christmas

Singer-songwriter Matt Redman hopes his debut Christmas album draws people into the mystery of the incarnation.

       
Amy Grant encourages holiday audiences to find comfort in Christ

Amy Grant encourages holiday audiences to find comfort in Christ

The desire to bring hope and healing to people hurting during the holidays inspired six-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Amy Grant to compile a collection of inspirational songs for her first Christmas album in nearly 20 years.

       
Most churches open for business on Christmas and New Year’s Day

Most churches open for business on Christmas and New Year’s Day

More than half of Americans plan to go to church at Christmastime, and most Protestant pastors will keep the doors open for them.

       
Christy Nockels helps listeners reflect on Jesus as God with us

Christy Nockels helps listeners reflect on Jesus as God with us

With the release of her debut Christmas album, The Thrill of Hope, three-time Dove Award-winning recording artist Christy Nockels desires to help listeners reflect on Emmanuel—“God with us”—with anticipation, expectancy and joy.

       
Michael W. Smith helps audiences find hope, healing and hymns

Michael W. Smith helps audiences find hope, healing and hymns

By combining songs rooted in a firm foundation of faith with a desire to influence future generations, Michael W. Smith hopes his latest album, Hymns II, Shine On Us, brings new life to old hymns.

       
One in five American adults raised in religiously mixed homes

One in five American adults raised in religiously mixed homes

new poll reveals one in five American adults grew up in a family with more than one religion. More Millennials—27 percent—are raised in religiously mixed homes than any other generation to date.

       
LifeWay pulls Hatmaker books over LGBT views

LifeWay pulls Hatmaker books over LGBT views

LifeWay Christian Resources discontinued resources featuring bestselling Bible study author Jen Hatmaker after she voiced approval of same-sex marriage.

       
Americans love God and the Bible, but fuzzy on details

Americans love God and the Bible, but fuzzy on details

Americans hold varied—and sometimes contradictory—theological beliefs, a new study from LifeWay Research reveals.

       
 
 
 
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