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‘Little Women’ joins ‘Unbroken’ in top family films for September

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The storylines of Unbroken and Little Women share more than just good family entertainment. They’re both a look into the times when war affected not only soldiers but the families left at ...

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A look back at ‘Romper Room’ and local host

From 1953 to 1994, Romper Room, a television series for children five and under, aired in the United States.  If you’re old enough, you may remember watching the show as a young ...

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The conversation with God that blew Matthew West away

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Matthew West is sharing the surprise he felt when, after a long career in music, God told him to go “all in” for Jesus. He hopes his latest album has inspired other ...

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Two faith and military-themed films premier this fall

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Two faith-based, true-to-life films spotlighting the consequences of war on those who serve will debut in theaters this fall. The films, ‘Unbroken: Path to Redemption’ and ‘Indivisible’ spotlight the strain of war ...

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Interview with God movie: What would you ask?

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Suppose you could interview God and ask any questions you wanted. What would you ask? Maybe… Can you get my boss (parents, kids, spouse, in-laws, friends…) to be more understanding? Got any ...

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Christian musician collapses on stage

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Annie Lobert, wife of famed Christian musician Oz Fox, is asking for continued prayer. Her husband collapsed on stage during a show over the weekend. “Major emergency prayer request! If you are ...

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Dove Award nominations see new artists

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The Gospel Music Association has announced its nominees for the Dove Awards and several new solo male artists are topping this year’s list. The Dove Awards show will be held at Lipscomb ...

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Bowl free today – It’s National Bowling Day!

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Got any “spare” time this weekend? You can bowl free today at Bowlmor Lanes, Bowlero, AMF, and thousands of other bowling alleys around the country. Saturday, August 11, is National Bowling Day ...

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REVIEWS: Steven Curtis Chapman and Phil Wickham

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‘Living Hope’ from Phil Wickham looks inward and is a contrast to latest effort from Steven Curtis Chapman. Both artists, one new and one legendary, approach Christian music in different ways for different ...

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Dog Days a great date flick but with missed opportunities

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The movie Dog Days is being marketed as a family flick perfect for young children. It’s really geared more toward older teens and those out for a date night. Dog movies seem ...

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Lord of the Rings prequel on Amazon moves forward

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Amazon Studios is moving forward with a prequel to the immensely popular ‘Lord of the Rings’ series. According head of Amazon Studios Jennifer Salke, the Lord of the Rings TV series currently ...

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Anglican priest calls Bible “silly” for its teaching on homosexuality

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An Anglican priest on the Caribbean island of Barbados has been strongly condemned for attacking the Bible as “silly.” At a gay pride march last week, Father Clifford Hall told marchers that ...

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MercyMe’s Bart Millard reveals complex emotions of watching ‘I Can Only Imagine’

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Seeing his family’s life portrayed the first time on the big screen – warts and all – was “odd” for MercyMe’s Bart Millard but, perhaps surprisingly, not too difficult. The story of ...

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‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Hoosiers’ streaming this month

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It is a trilogy so elaborate that it took one out of every 160 New Zealanders to make it. And the first part in the series is coming to Netflix this month. ...

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KC native returns to open Royals game with National Anthem

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Stephanie Varone never tires of performing the National Anthem at stadiums across the country. “I love performing, especially when people feel emotion from my performances,” said Varone, a Plymouth, Minnesota resident who ...

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