53rd Dove Award Nominations include multiple nods for Phil Wickham, for KING + COUNTRY and Anne Wilson
NASHVILLE (BP) – Nominations for the 53rd annual GMA Dove Awards were highlighted by multiple nods for Phil Wickham, for KING + COUNTRY, Maverick City Music and newcomer Anne Wilson.
CLAREMORE, Okla. (BP) – For Joshua Clayton, talking to people about Jesus has always been a part of who he is, even while playing video games or creating online content.
(RNS) — Contemporary Christian musician Amy Grant has been named one of the Kennedy Center’s five honorees for 2022.
EDMOND, Okla. (BP) – The Skit Guys, a Christian comedy duo, will debut their first-ever family film Friday (May 13) at theaters nationwide.
In an era with more media choices than ever, American evangelicals get their information and entertainment from both Christian and mainstream media. Almost every evangelical Protestant in the U.S. uses a mix of media from both Christian and mainstream sources, according to a study from Infinity Concepts and Grey Matter Research.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Atheist-turned-Christian apologist Lee Strobel has a reputation for making factual cases for spiritual phenomena, penning bestselling books in support of our Creator, Christianity, miracles, Jesus, faith, grace, hope and most recently, heaven.
SBC DIGEST: Billy Graham sermons, ‘The Chosen’ episodes streaming on ACTS2; Oklahoma DR tornado response
Classic Billy Graham sermons added to Georgia's ACTS2 TV streaming service; Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief helping southeast Oklahoma recover from March 21 tornado.
NASHVILLE (BP) – “Christmas with The Chosen: The Messengers,” a special film-length installment of the popular Christian video series, broke the box office record for a Fathom Event during its theatrical run this December.
NASHVILLE (BP) – A new film depicting the Christian conversion of author and apologist C.S. Lewis titled “The Most Reluctant Convert: The Untold Story of C.S. Lewis,” opens for a limited release in theaters Wednesday (Nov.3).
ANDALUSIA, Ala. (BP) – When Brenda Gantt was a young bride, her husband’s job placed him on the lookout for an illegal moonshine liquor still in the backwoods of Linden, Ala., where he happened upon a small, isolated cabin. A lone elderly woman invited him and his partner in for lunch.