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“Persecuted” Presents an Intriguing Premise But Does Not Deliver

One Media and Millennium Entertainment have come together to produce Persecuted, a new Christian film attempting to fuse a drama thriller with a politically engulfed mantra. The movie premiered on July 18 and was written and directed by Daniel Lusko (Epicenter, 2007; Riptide, 2010). The story Evangelist John Luther (James Remar) is the head of […]

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Robert Amaya: Glorifying God Through Christian Films

Paul makes a simple call to Christians: “whether you eat or drink, (or work, or speak) whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God” (1 Corinthians 10: 31 NLT). It sounds simple, and at the same time, if we are honest with ourselves, it is unquestionably challenging. Serving God requires focus and […]

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Rock the Universe 2014: A Weekend of Music and Thrills To Rock Your Soul

Universal Orlando’s Rock the Universe 2014, Florida’s biggest Christian music festival, returns September 5 and 6 with live performances by some of today’s hottest Christian artists, including Lecrae – who won Best Gospel Album at the 2013 Grammy Awards; Grammy and Billboard Music Award-winning hip hop artist tobyMac; four-time Grammy Award-winning group Third Day; and […]

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CADENCE: At Home in Worship

Out of Boca Raton, a five-member Christian family band, Cadence will be showcasing their first full length album, Home, in concert for free July 18 at Spanish River Church, 2400 Yamato Rd, Boca Raton. Beginning in September, the band has also signed onto the We Won’t Be Shaken 40-city tour with Christian contemporary artists such […]

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Concert Features Three Musical Acts

Three musical acts, Group 1 Crew, a mainstay on Christian radio, worship artist William McDowell, and Christian rapper KB will appear together on Saturday, July 12 from 7 – 10 p.m. at The Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, in a fundraising concert to benefit Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church of Delray Beach. The Moving on the […]

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Family, Choices, and the Media

“Life is about finding the meaning, joy and purpose in all the chaos,” declares Allyson, the main character in the movie “Mom’s Night Out.” The film is intended to be a funny, faith-based, family-friendly portrayal of four moms who are desperate for a night out, leaving their husbands to watch the kids for a few […]

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Impacting the World with Powerful Music

Listening to Justin Jarvis talk about his recent ten-city tour is like listening to an excited little boy tell about opening his long awaited gift on Christmas morning. With bright wide eyes and a smile from ear to ear, Justin exudes elation. Not only is he a gifted and skillful musician living out his dream […]

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NOAH: An Opportunity to Discuss the Truth

Anyone plugged into the world of cinema entertainment would have heard hype caused by the movie, Noah, released last month. Reviews were raving, yet very mixed in range. Half of movie viewers strongly disliked or disagreed with the way the film was presented, whereas others, found a different perspective, believing the movie to be entertaining, […]

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The Stories Behind Your Favorite Hymns

“Amazing grace, how sweet the sound…” I’m sure we all recognize these lyrics and could even recite the next line, but have we ever stopped to wonder how this famous song came to be? What about “It is Well with My Soul” or any of the other powerful praises we have sung again and again? […]

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Noteworthy: Meet Local Musician Rick Krive

Every once in a great while, you may find yourself sitting in the audience at church or other various local venues and, to your surprise, something absolutely exquisite graces the stage causing your heart to quietly bow. You gently brace yourself and think, “Wow, there is something special here!” If you’re a musician you can […]

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