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A senior season to remember: Dad gives radio call of son’s road to state title game

CENTRE, Ala. (BP) – Cade Hopper was certain he wanted to be quarterback for the Cherokee County High Warriors before he was certain about Jesus.

Amy Grant, ‘queen of Christian pop,’ feted at Kennedy Center Honors

WASHINGTON, D.C. (RNS) – The Kennedy Center Honors, on its 45th occasion, recognized singer and songwriter Amy Grant, marking the first time the top cultural distinction was given to a contemporary Christian musician.

Johnny Cash documentary tells faith journey of Man in Black

NASHVILLE (BP) – “Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon,” is a new documentary telling the story of how the legendary musician known as “The Man in Black” found the light of Jesus Christ.

SBC DIGEST: ACTS2 provides, seeks Christmas content; Mission:Dignity extra checks in California, Tennessee

ACTS2 Christmas programming, 2023 expansion; church content desired; Mission:Dignity recipients in California, Tennessee to receive 13th Check in 2022.

The third season of The Chosen debuts in theaters

NASHVILLE (BP) – The first two episodes of the third season of “The Chosen” are set for a 12-day run in theaters across the U.S. beginning Friday (Nov. 18). The TV series has been viewed nearly a half-billion times through its app.

FIRST-PERSON: How parents can talk with their teenagers about anxiety

BALTIMORE, Md. (BP) – Anxiety is widespread among teenagers. If you lined up 100 teenagers between the ages of 13 to 18, you could expect approximately every third teenager (31 percent) to experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their teen years.

‘Dominion’ over technology use a must, leaders say

NASHVILLE (BP) – Whether it is a new app sweeping the nation, a brand-new must-have iPhone upgrade or a new way to use virtual reality, technology is advancing at lightning speed.

One more rep: UMHB football player honors brother’s recovery

BELTON, Texas (BP) – “One” isn’t a big number. In fact, it’s the smallest positive integer, barely enough to count. Just one more isn’t a whole lot.

‘Chosen Road’ seeks to encourage revitalizing churches through new Christmas album, tour

NASHVILLE (BP) – As the holiday season approaches, chart-topping bluegrass band “Chosen Road,” hopes touring their new Christmas album “Appalachian Christmas,” will help encourage rural, revitalizing churches.  

Tennessee quarterback and brother use NIL money to produce children’s book on Scripture

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (BP) — Before he became the Heisman frontrunner leading the most feared offense in college football for the nation’s top-ranked team, Hendon Hooker thought it would be nice to write a children’s book.