Following the miraculous healing of his mother, Anil seeks out the man he is convinced saved his mother.
When Juwan, a man from a tiny Ethiopian village, found Jesus, he heard about taking the gospel 'to the ends of the earth.' He knew exactly where to start.
When the government blocked his Christian radio station, Chanda had to find another way to spread the good news of Jesus. His answer came on a microchip.
Let incisive comedy give us “eyes to see.”
Pop culture has given us a distorted picture of the religious separatists who founded Plymouth Colony. Historian John Turner sets the record straight.
The sexual exploitation of children is a symptom of a larger disease—one that we're complicit in.
Introducing singles can help build the local church.
From democratic Israel to theocratic Iran, Christian TV defends its right to exist.
As the hit Broadway musical makes its screen debut in a time of social unrest, its themes of hope and redemption resound all the louder.
What the ‘AKA Jane Roe' documentary gets wrong.
Faith-driven streaming services can't compete with the ever-growing number of entertainment giants flooding into homes. Maybe they don't have to.
As one of Jerusalem's most ancient Christian celebrations is threatened by COVID-19, a brother-sister filmmaking team helps viewers experience the “Narnia” of their missionary-kid youth.
The Eubank family offers food, shelter, and medicine on the frontlines in Iraq and Burma.
What the Oscar-nominated film teaches us about classism, fear, and dependence on God.
What Christians might take away from a godless but moral imagining of the afterlife (and after-afterlife).
The author of the book behind the new film ‘Just Mercy' shows the church a way forward.
The problem is, which one?
The real story is not whether the four young women will marry, but whether they will become better people.
What the new Netflix drama can teach us about the interdependency of orthodoxy and reform.
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