fbpx
WatersEdge

Entertainment

Sort by:
Filter by Resource Type:
Filter Options »
Filter by Author:
Filter by Scripture:
Filter by Series:
Filter by Event:
Filter by Media Format:

‘Hope in the Holy Land’ encourages godly love for Palestinians and Jews

JISR, Israel (BP) – Jewish Israeli Neta Hanien has forged a business partnership with Arab Israeli Ahmad Juha in Jisr, the only exclusively Arab town in Israel proper. Enemies of one or the other reside in nearby towns in Israel and Palestine.

‘Jesus’ and ‘Resurrection’ among online Easter viewings as COVID-19 lingers

BRANSON, Mo. (BP) – Proclaiming the words of Jesus daily while portraying the Savior in Sight & Sound's live musical production of "Jesus -- Live" affects actor Cody Hunt like no other role in his 10-year career.

Preacher and Gospel hip-hop artist Legin promotes counseling in virtual concert series

NORFOLK, Va. (BP) -- Southern Baptist preacher, influencer and Gospel hip-hop artist Nigel "Legin" Anderson was just entering counseling to deal with the decades-long pain of having lived without a father's love when his grandmother died, COVID-19 hit and the nation began reeling over racial division.

10th anniversary ‘Courageous’ updates storyline with fresh scenes, new ending

ALBANY, Ga. (BP) -- They ceremoniously took an oath to be men of courage. The 2011 movie "Courageous" ended with the lead cast of fathers in various stages of fulfilling their new vow to God and their families.

Sony Pictures to acquire evangelical Christian streaming service Pure Flix

(RNS) — Sony Pictures announced Thursday (Nov. 12) it is purchasing Pure Flix's evangelical Christian video-streaming service launched in 2015 as a family-friendly competitor to Netflix.

WW2 Medal of Honor recipient’s story is one of love

NASHVILLE (BP) -- In a B-29 flying above Japan in 1945, a bomb prematurely ignited. Army Sgt. Henry Eugene "Red" Erwin picked up the still-burning device and walked it through the plane to throw it out the window, saving the plane and its crew. He was left with severe injuries and was not expected to survive.

Dove Award nominations, show changes announced

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Zach Williams and For KING & COUNTRY led the way in nominations for the 51st annual GMA Dove Awards, which were announced Thursday (August 12). Each had five. Hillsong Worship, Kirk Franklin and Jonathan McReynolds were nominated in four categories.

To cope with pandemic, Americans choose TV over the Bible

(AP/RNS) -- When it comes to coping with the stress and uncertainty of a pandemic, most Americans are turning not to God, but to TV. That's just one of the findings of a Pew Research Center survey released Friday (Aug. 7) on how the novel coronavirus pandemic has impacted the worship habits of Americans.

Rocketown’s resident ‘Spock’ ponders next musical transition

   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--As a general rule, most contemporary Christian artists aren't likely to reference the father of calculus and modern mathematics during their concerts - unless you're Shaun Groves.
   His colleagues at Rocketown Records have labeled the deep-thinking musician as the "Spock of Christian music," comparing Groves to Star Trek's resident thinker. It's a label Groves doesn't seem to mind.

REVIEW: PAX’s Doc serves up the right medicine

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (BP)--Several months ago, the PAX network sent me a screening video of their new show, Doc, starring Billy Ray Cyrus. To be honest, I was not looking forward to viewing it. I was probably the only person in the country who did not like singer Billy Ray's "Achy Breaky Heart." I didn't like the song. I didn't like the dance. And quite frankly, I wasn't all that crazy about Billy Ray.