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Five horror films Christians should see

Halloween is approaching, and for me that means curling up on the couch to watch scary movies. Below are five horror films that I think have something interesting or provocative to say to Christians.

Alien (1979)

If the horror genre seeks to evoke our deepest, most primal fears, then Alien is perhaps the most effective religious horror movie ever made. But it isn’t horrifying just because a few...

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When I was fifteen years old, my brother and I were in a truck traveling from one farm to another. I was driving, and I decided to see if we could pass a car before the double lanes ended. In the process, a police officer saw us speeding. Out of fear I tried to outrun the officer because I did not have a license. We successfully hid the truck behind a barn, but eventually the police found us. Once I was caught, the officer bound me with handcuffs.

Though I was bound for breaking the law, Jesus was completely innocent when he was arrested and...

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Committing to Church Communications

Church communications isn’t an easy job. Because it brings together many factions of a church, it lends itself to being an area of conflict. People in different departments want to silo up and keep independence. Communications issues often evolve into bigger, tougher conversations about the vision...


In the Beginning …God (Part2)

For Chamy, Spike and the gang, the science fair day will be a day full of wonder! With a surprise guest, enlightening displays, and a big surprise pop for everyone, the day is not what they expected. But the biggest surprise comes at the end of the episode for Chamy!

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The Gospel Around the World

Do you remember ever having visiting missionaries show slideshows of far-off places where the Bible was being preached and taught? In more recent times some people have sensed just as urgent a need to have missionaries work right here at home as much of Western society has lost touch with the...

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When I Don’t Know How to Pray

Sometimes there are just no words. Our hearts ache and coherent thoughts elude us. Only the Spirit understands the weight of our struggle.

As we walk from day to day with our families, there are so many obstacles and so many unexpected battles that we cannot string together even one comprehensible sentence to communicate our need for help, our utter confusion, and our pain. 

Because there are...

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Under the Radar Hosts Dove Award Showcase

10.09.2014 Under the Radar Hosts Dove Award Showcase

Under the Radar highlights some of the best undiscovered and under-appreciated tunes from Christian artists.

This week, they teamed up with the Gospel Music Association (GMA) to bring some of these hidden gems center stage in downtown Nashville.

On Wednesday, Oct. 8, Under the Radar hosted the...

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Liz and His Pals from Kids Corner Make Great Traveling Companions for a Missionary Family

10.01.2014 Liz and His Pals from Kids Corner Make Great Traveling Companions for a Missionary Family

It isn’t often that a family of six can agree on something to listen to in the car. Something fun for the little ones, educational for pre-teens, and yet still entertaining for the parents… all with a Christian message. Is there such a thing?

Sheree Mann found the answer in a little lizard named...

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