The popular Christian group Anthem Lights has announced their crowdfunded album’s release! Anthem Lights has been around for awhile, but in the past couple years the band has gone through many drastic changes. Probably the biggest shift is the change in lead singers. Alan Powell moved on in early 2016 and decided to focus on his acting career (he is now working on a Pilgrim’s … Continue reading Anthem Lights’ New Album Drops October 13th
You feel overwhelmed. The world is crashing down on you. In the chaos, you’re searching for answers. You’re praying for clarity. Have you ever felt this way? I have. Every year there’s a point where I feel as if I’m drowning in a sea of unfinished assignments, neglected responsibilities, and job issues. I always come to this point where all I can do is cry … Continue reading When You Feel Overwhelmed
What’s so wrong about sharing the gospel? I mean, why do Christians, myself included, so often feel guilty that we’re trying to share the Good News with our friends? It has become a stereotype in American culture that Christians are always trying to “convert” people, without actually loving them. Many times people are offended when Christians share the Good News because they feel dehumanized – … Continue reading Guilty of Sharing the Gospel?
Trust Fund is a movie loosely based on the prodigal son story. It was released earlier this year. The story follows Reese Donahue (Jessica Roth), who seems averted to doing anything but shopping… oh, and writing. She’s been working on her first novel for a couple years, but in the meantime, her dad (Kevin Kilner) wants her to work for his publishing company. Not only … Continue reading ‘Trust Fund’ Movie Review
When I first discovered Altar Egos, I knew I had to watch it. Why? Because it was a comedy starring Robert Amaya. The actor first displayed his talent in the beloved Courageous movie, then established himself as a loveable, funny actor in 2014’s Mom’s Night Out and 2015’s Unlimited. Altar Egos follows the story of Pastor John (Robert Amaya), who struggles to fill his father’s … Continue reading ‘Altar Egos’ Movie Review + Giveaway
In the past century, evolution has sprung up as the popular alternative to God himself. The belief that every living being is descended from a common ancestor – a single-celled organism – is now taught in schools across the nation. Even some Christians have begun to accept macro evolution (more on that later) as fact, and have tried to compromise the secular belief with their … Continue reading The Genesis Movie: An Interview with Eric Hovind
Recently I published an article called Strength in My Weakness. I was struggling with a mistake I made at work – one that I could not fix on my own. It was with Twitter. Somehow I had made the company’s Twitter account shadowbanned, meaning their profile was not visible in Twitter searches. I spent the rest of the day doing research and ended up hopeless … Continue reading God’s Way is Better
What movies should Christians watch? Most articles on this topic either say “it’s different for everyone”, or “this is what most Christians do.” Those answers are hard for me to swallow because I believe morals are absolute. What is “right” and “wrong” is determined by God alone and is not relative to individuals. No matter how sensitive or tough you are, or what your personal conclusions … Continue reading What Movies Should Christians Watch?
There are so many great movies headed to theaters in the next few years! Here are some faith-based movies currently in production. I Can Only Imagine Release Date: 2018 From the Erwin Brothers (Mom’s Night Out, Woodlawn) comes the story behind the record-breaking song ‘I Can Only Imagine’. The movie follows the story of Bart Millard, the lead singer of the chart-topping Christian band MercyMe. … Continue reading 5 Christian Movies In Production 2017
Hell is real. So many people try to avoid this. They omit the word from their sermons, skip over it when sharing the gospel, and ignore it when studying God’s Word. After all, why would a loving God allow His own people to be condemned to such an awful place – a place of agony and torture beyond human comprehension? If God so loved the … Continue reading Hell Is For Real