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“The Star” is a Humorous Family-Friendly Movie with Purpose

As the holiday season quickly gets underway, there will be several Hollywood blockbuster films, movie trailers and commercials that will create lots of interest. It’s easy for some motion pictures to be overlooked. What if there was a cartoon movie that brought both children and adults together to revisit the birth of Christ? Coming this […]

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“A Question of Faith” Wrestles with God in the Midst of Tragedy

The film, “A Question of Faith”, focuses on three families who lead completely different lives. Pastor David Newman, while inheriting his father’s church, neglects his family for work. Kate Hernandez is a single mom who owns a restaurant business. Kate’s daughter, Maria, yearns to be the first in her family to attend college. John Danielson […]

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MercyMe LIFER Tour Hits Pompano Beach in October

MercyMe will appear with special guests Ryan Stevenson And Unspoken at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater on Saturday, October 28 as part of the band’s LIFER Tour. Among contemporary Christian music’s most celebrated bands, MercyMe’s relentless commitment to faith, music and the gospel reflects the project’s title – LIFER. The moment you surrender your life to Christ, […]

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“Extraordinary” Tells An Inspiring True Story of Family and Faith

The unremitting road stretches on endlessly into the scorched and blurred horizon. A sweltering heat pulsates all around as tattered shoes, seasoned by hundreds of miles, pound into the dirt one blistering stride after another. You feel each excruciating muscle taxed of all energy and effort. Every breath screams desperate for another ounce of oxygen. […]

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Ikondo is Redefining Mission Trips

Your Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat are flooded with pictures of you and your family. There’s that moment when you conquered a stand-up paddle board, your triumphant grin just a little brighter than the sunlight reflected off the crystal clear ocean waves. The expression of exhilaration as you explored a mountain bike trail that wound up […]

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“All Saints” Plants More Than a Few Seeds

What would you do to save your congregation? If your Pastor told you on Sunday the church where you were baptized was closing its doors due to economic challenges, how would you respond? Recently, my wife and I were given the opportunity to view a screening for the upcoming film “All Saints,” which is set […]

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“Champion” Focuses on Forgiveness

You may have found yourself at a movie theater to support a Christian film in the past, surrounded by members of your church, where the movie was corny, cheesy or unrealistic, the gospel was forced into scenes unnaturally, and you were glad you didn’t invite an unsaved friend. “Champion” is not that movie. It seems […]

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“The Case for Christ” is a Must See this Easter

“‘Logic!’ said the Professor half to himself. ‘Why don’t they teach logic at these schools? There are only three possibilities. Either your sister is telling lies, or she is mad, or she is telling the truth. You know she doesn’t tell lies and it is obvious that she is not mad. For the moment then […]

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