Culture

Florida movie about Life for troubled

A husband and wife come to realize that waves of change can begin with a single ripple in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Safe Harbor,” premiering Saturday, May 30. Based on a true story, “Safe Harbor” stars three-time Golden Globe Award nominee Treat Williams (“Everwood”) and Nancy Travis (“The Bill Engvall Show”) as a sea-loving […]

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Teen homeschoolers create award-winning film, ‘The Widow’s Might’

On April 13, 19-year-old director John Moore’s independent film, “The Widow’s Might” opened in 94 U.S. cities as part of Carmike Cinemas and Dalton Pictures’ Independent Film Series. “The Widow’s Might” is a feature length musical comedy produced by 19-year-old John Moore and his best friend, David Heustis. The film recently won $101,000 at this […]

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Patching up ‘The Hole in our Gospel’

“The Hole in our Gospel,” a new book by Richard Stearns, analyzes modern Christendom’s commitment to the whole Gospel, not just the altar call. “More and more, our view of the Gospel has been narrowed to a simple transaction, marked by checking a box on a bingo card at some prayer breakfast, registering a decision […]

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ESPN Analyst Mike Gottfried mentors young boys without fathers

Along with his wife Mickey, Mike Gottfried, former University of Pittsburgh football coach and current ESPN analyst, has been reaching out to young boys without fathers since 2000. The Gottfried’s founded Team Focus, a Christian community outreach program for fatherless boys from California to Washington, D.C., in 2000. Team Focus mentors boys without fathers due […]

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How was the Bible made?

My first Bible was a red King James Version New Testament given to me by the Gideons when I was in the fifth grade. I took it home and read its first words: “The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham. Abraham begat Isaac; and Isaac begat […]

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Al Gore’s firm supports alternative stem cell research

Former Vice-President Al Gore recently announced his involvement in a venture reportedly worth $20 million that will boost research in a major alternative to embryonic stem cells strongly supported by pro-lifers. The research will focus on induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS), which are made by reprogramming everyday skin cells to act like embryonic stem cells. […]

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South Florida says goodbye to ‘Musicianary’ Bobby Michaels

Bobby Michaels, a popular Christian recording artist from West Palm Beach, recently passed away while ministering in Cambodia. Michaels touched the lives of many people over the years through his music and his missions Life called Musicianaries. Musicianaries served Christian musicians and church worship leaders in the world’s poorest countries, even venturing into countries known […]

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Jim Channell heats up airwaves in SW Florida

“With God before us, who could possibly stand against us?” the voice on the radio bellows each weekday morning. Thousands of Southwest Floridians have started their day with him for more than a decade. Halfway around the globe, people are listening to his voice as he talks about the history of contemporary Christian music. Meanwhile, […]

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Faith-based film ‘C Me Dance’ appears in 200 cities in April

“C Me Dance,” the first film produced by Uplifting Culture – a new faith-based motion picture company – will premiere in 200 theaters across the country on April 3. The film is being endorsed by the Leukemia Foundation and the Dove Foundation for excellence in filmmaking. “C Me Dance” tells the story of a teenage […]

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