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Sen. Hawley finds new publisher for book on censorship

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Regnery Publishing will release “The Tyranny of Big Tech” by Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley this spring. Simon & Schuster broke a contract with him for his book following his vote to not ...

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Meteor showers and planets will make 2021 spectacular

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Ready for some spectacular sky shows? Here’s a list of some of the major celestial events you can expect overhead this yea. This  year you can enjoy an awe-inspiring meteor shower, a ...

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2021 shaping up to be good year for faith-based films

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Faith-based movies performed well in 2020 despite many theaters closing because of the pandemic. For example, the film “I Still Believe” landed at No. 1 for its debut opening and brought in ...

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New Christian music addresses mental health issues from pandemic

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Amid hardships brought on by the pandemic and lockdowns, multiple Christian music artists have homed in on the needs of their communities. New releases speak directly to those dealing with increased mental ...

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Kathie Lee Gifford shares untold stories in new memoir

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Kathie Lee Gifford shows no signs of slowing down, including releasing a memoir. “I am in a new place at the age of 67 that I never would have dreamed I would ...

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Billy Graham book ‘Til Armageddon’ being rereleased

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Although Billy Graham died before the tumultuous year of 2020, his words about suffering and armageddon are as timely as ever. He examined the topic of suffering in his 1981 (see below) ...

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Worldwide Bible sales increase during pandemic

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Although it’s hard to find positive news during the pandemic, it appears that more people are looking to God for answers. Lifeway Christian Resources, one of the world’s largest providers of Christian ...

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The 10 best family-friendly movies of 2020

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Even if 2020 was the worst year in recent history, it still produced dozens of inspiring and entertaining movies families can enjoy – including documentaries, dramas and comedies. Here are the 10 ...

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Numbers are in: How Covid killed the box office

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CNBC reports that movie box office sales plummeted by 80% during 2020. The data, gathered by Comscore, found that U.S. revenues came in at just $2.28 billion, down from $11.4 billion in ...

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Pixar’s film ‘Soul’ teaches us to enjoy all aspects of life

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The phrase “family-friendly” — as every parent knows — is subjective. The film your neighbor says is fine for the children might not be so family-friendly in your home. Such is the ...

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Popular Christian radio host Dawson McAllister dies

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Dawson McAllister, whose call-in program for teens and young adults, “Dawson McAllister Live!” was one of the most popular longtime radio programs on Christian radio and Top 40 secular radio, died last week. ...

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Cancel culture goes after Lauren Daigle in New Year’s Eve celebration

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Louisiana officials and the mayor of New Orleans are sparring over whether Christian singer Lauren Daigle should be included in a New Year’s Eve celebration. The controversy began when the Grammy Award-winning ...

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Be inspired by new Christmas music for 2020

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Ready for some a few new tunes in your Christmas music collection? We have just what you need to get your yuletide on! After more than a decade, Dove Award-winning vocalist Lynda ...

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‘Safety’ – so much more than a sports movie

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Safety is based on a real story about Ray McElrathbey who played for Clemson in 2006. He did so while serving as guardian for his 11-year-old brother, who became something of a ...

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National World War I Museum receives grant to raise awareness of religion and war

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The Lilly Endowment has given a grant of $2.5 million to the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City to establish an endowed curator position on faith and religion; ...

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Israeli treatment will help famous singer perform Christmas concert

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An Israeli company is helping renowned opera singer Andrea Bocelli present a message of hope for Christmas. Bocelli will appear live on Dec. 12 for his annual “Believe in Christmas” concert at ...

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Christian leader cautions viewers about gay-themed Hallmark movies

Several new Hallmark and other Christmas movies celebrate LGBT relationships, according to Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Hallmark’s movie “The Christmas House” and Hulu’s “Happiest Season” present challenges for Christian ...

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Delightful film explores Dickens as ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’

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Since its arrival, A Christmas Carol has become a holiday favorite the world over in its myriad retellings. The 2018 adaptation, The Man Who Invented Christmas, is a bit different, offering something ...

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‘The Case for Christmas’ available free online starting Nov. 30

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Former journalist and atheist Lee Strobel uses his legal and journalism training to investigate whether the account of the birth and divinity of Jesus is logically and historically credible, in the free ...

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‘I am Israel’ available for free for churches and small groups

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A ground-breaking short film, I Am Israel, is receiving praise in over 10,000 church congregations around the world. The movie is now being made available for viewing by groups or churches for ...

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Sea Life Kansas City Aquarium lights up for Christmas

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It’s Christmas under the sea at Sea Life Kansas City Aquarium. The popular holiday event Sea of Lights returns to the attraction Nov. 27. This is the only underwater light spectacular in ...

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Sony Pictures plans to acquire Christian streaming platform Pure Flix

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The owners of the Christian streaming platform Pure Flix are selling the service to Sony Pictures. The entertainment giant said in a news release that “Affirm Entertainment Inc., a subsidiary of Sony Pictures ...

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Award-winning Broadway actor under fire for challenging state’s COVID-19 restrictions

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Actor Chad Kimball, a Seattle native who was nominated in 2011 for a Tony for his performance in “Memphis,” recently said he will respectfully disobey Washington state’s restrictions on church gatherings and ...

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New musical from Dolly Parton focuses on themes of goodwill and grace

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“Christmas on the Square,” a new musical holiday movie from country music star Dolly Parton, explores grace and goodwill toward others. The plot centers on a despicable and wealthy woman named Regina Fuller, ...

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Hallmark-like ‘Farmer and the Belle’ highlights God’s definition of beauty

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Her name is Belle, and she is one of the world’s most popular models, having graced billboards, magazine covers and TV ads. Lately, though, her work has been slow. It seems companies ...

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