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Orioles’ slugger Davis finds blessing in surrender

Orioles’ slugger Davis finds blessing in surrender

By Jeff Robinson BALTIMORE (BP)–The game of baseball closely resembles life in many ways: it is played every day (between April and October), it is full of unexpected twists and turns and even...
Massive Christian Outreach Kicks Off in Brazil with World Cup

Massive Christian Outreach Kicks Off in Brazil with World Cup

By Andrea Rhodes (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)—As 600,000 football fans across the world poured into Brazil to join the three million local fans attending the FIFA World Cup, the Bible Society of Brazil...
Compelled Speech?

Compelled Speech?

  (WNS)–The WNBA has become the first professional sports league actively to promote the LGBT lifestyle. Some teams have had their own events for years, including booths at gay pride...
Brazilian Soccer Star Belongs to Jesus

Brazilian Soccer Star Belongs to Jesus

By Andrew Branch   (WNS)—As his native Brazil hosts the month-long World Cup tournament, soccer star Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite wants you to know that he is a Christian.   Ricardo,...
Survey Finds Christians Want Biblical Accuracy in Christian Movies

Survey Finds Christians Want Biblical Accuracy in Christian Movies

By Jeremy Reynalds OXFORD, MISS (ANS) — The “Year of the Bible” has Christian moviegoers packing movie theaters across the country.  Films like the “Son of God” and...
Porn Epidemic in Churches Prompts Christian Filmmakers to Rally Pastors

Porn Epidemic in Churches Prompts Christian Filmmakers to Rally Pastors

By Good News Today Staff WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Every second over $3,000 is spent on it. Every second over 25,000 Internet users are viewing it. Forty million men regularly visit websites for...
Alone Yet Not Alone

Alone Yet Not Alone

By Ted Baehr – Moviguide   Based on a true story, ALONE YET NOT ALONE is set during the French and Indian War and opens in 1755 when the Leininger family lands in Philadelphia. Many...
Al Kasha, the Man Who Prayed the ‘Sinner’s Prayer’ With Bob Dylan, Says the Singer-Songwriter Is Still ‘Saved’

Al Kasha, the Man Who Prayed the ‘Sinner’s Prayer’ With Bob Dylan, Says the Singer-Songwriter Is Still ‘Saved’

By Dan Wooding BEVERLY HILLS, CA (ANS) — Brooklyn-born Messianic Jew, Al Kasha, the double Oscar winning songwriter who in 1978 prayed with Bob Dylan at a Bible study in his Beverly Hills home...
NEEDTOBREATHE’s Latest Album Earns Its Top-of-the Charts Billing

NEEDTOBREATHE’s Latest Album Earns Its Top-of-the Charts Billing

By Jeff Koch   (WNS)–The band members of NEEDTOBREATHE may indeed have trouble breathing in the rare air they currently occupy. Their new album recently debuted at No. 1 on the Rock...
Sudden Impact

Sudden Impact

Films that deal fairly with Christians are getting a respectful audience at major film festivals   By Emily Belz   (WNS)–The credits rolled at a screening and an audience at a...