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Christians at Sundance
Artist reports from 2017 Sundance Film Festival
They nourish us with modern myths, giving insight into the past, patience for the present, and visions for the future. Yes, films entertain, but they are much more than mere entertainment.
Scarlet Hope
Louisville-based ministry shares the love of Jesus with women in the adult entertainment industry
Louisville-based ministry shares the love of Jesus with women in the adult entertainment industry. Dec 2, 2016. evangelism, ministry. Scarlet Hope. Scarlet Hope.
Curtains Up: It’s Our New Entertainment Newsletter!
Introducing your new must-read cheat sheet.
Curtains Up: It's Our New Entertainment Newsletter! Introducing your new must-read cheat sheet. Alissa Wilkinson/ May 19, 2016. Curtains Up: It's Our New Entertainment Newsletter!
Three Practices For Third Space Churches
How do we seek the flourishing of our city in such a way that contributes to the urban renewal happening all around us?
We felt called to plant in the thriving urban center of the city, the place where life, business, entertainment, and institutions were all within a one-block radius.
Subscriber Access Only Don’t Miss Steven Curtis Chapman’s Point
Even his happiest, most heartwarming music has been fueled by tragedy and pain.
And then I want to make you known.”. Has the American church veered too much toward entertainment and away from preaching, teaching, and study?
Ken Ham's Enormous Ark Park Open for Business
(UPDATE) The boat's big debut comes five months after the park won up to $18 million in tax breaks.
Along with 125,000 square feet of exhibits on three decks, the Ark Encounter also includes the Ararat Ridge Zoo, camel and donkey rides, live entertainment, and a 1,500-seat themed
In ‘Rectify,’ Gritty Realism Meets Its Match: Grace
The masterful four-season drama takes a surprisingly biblical view of human nature.
estimation—and for Christians, in particular, the show's careful balance of light and darkness comes as a welcome relief from the lurid tunnel vision of so much popular entertainment.
Trends in Church Architecture, Part 4
Here are seven "Third Places" churches have built in and for their communities.
Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, where Bishop Dale Bronner is pastor, created the EpiCenter—a community center that provides a variety of events, entertainment and wellness
Making Music and Babies: Christian Singers Open Up About Motherhood
For artists like Kari Jobe and Audrey Assad, family comes first, but that doesn’t mean their careers go away.
For artists like Kari Jobe and Audrey Assad, family comes first, but that doesn't mean their careers go away.
Bleep Off: The Fight to Save Family-Friendly Movie Filtering
Hollywood studios sue VidAngel’s attempt to let viewers be ‘in the world but not of it.’
Paige Mills, media and entertainment attorney with Bass, Berry & Sims PLC in Nashville, told CT that VidAngel's position is “pretty chancy” given the legal history:
What Happened When Christian Writers Watched an All-Muslim Movie?
Introducing a new series from film critic Jeffrey Overstreet.
Jeffrey Overstreet/ September 23, 2016. Sign up for the CT Entertainment Newsletter You're reading Viewer Discussion Advised, a weekly viewing club hosted by film critic Jeffrey
Dispatch from Berlinale–'Midnight Special'
The latest from Jeff Nichols that is something quite different beneath the scifi surface.
Entertainment Inc. and Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC. Michael Shannon and Jaeden Lieberher in 'Midnight Special'. Dispatch from Berlinale–'Midnight Special'. Entertainment Inc.
The Most ‘Epic’ Part of DC’s ‘Powerless’ Is Mundane Mortal Man
Despite a lackluster premiere, the NBC sitcom brings some much-needed humanity to a superhuman universe.
Last night, NBC aired the premiere episode of its new series Powerless, the first television sitcom from comic entertainment company DC, which is responsible for superheroes like
‘Paterson’ Richly Rewards the Watchful
So much depends upon a bus driver, carefully attentive, writing poetry in Paterson, NJ.
Jeffrey Overstreet/ January 30, 2017. Sign up for the CT Entertainment Newsletter You're reading Viewer Discussion Advised, a weekly viewing club hosted by film critic Jeffrey Overstreet
Weekend Edition—February 12, 2016
The draft, Valentine's Day, Mary McLeod Bethune, and more!
Or, will our pulpits engage in muddy, confusing, non-committed, postmodern-word-games, like much of our popular media, academia, and entertainment outlets?
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The Title IX Lives of Christian Colleges
The Title IX Lives of Christian Colleges
Why CCCU schools are split on claiming one of their legal rights.
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