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A Primer on Filmmaking
Is it possible to make a good movie for a measly $7,000? Yes. Shane Carruth proves it with his film debut, Primer, which is stirring up buzz-the good kind-at film festivals everywhere.
Pop Goes the Worship
Religion professor T. David Gordon says Muzak has shaped singing in church.
Does the World Really Want a New Supertones Album?
Yes, it's overtly Christian. Yes, it's ska. Yes, this is 2012. And they know it.
Carla Barnhill, America's Next Advice Columnist?
The 'mommy blogger' and former 'Christian Parenting Today' editor is one of the top four finalists to become 'Good Morning America's new "advice guru."
From Doubt to Belief
The Polar Express is the story of a doubting boy's journey to rediscovering childlike belief. It's also the story of screenwriter Bill Broyles, from the horrors of Viet Nam to the wide-eyed wonders Christmas.
How Josh Wilson Became a 'Loopy' Guitarist
He plays up to 24 instruments in the studio and on stage, and now on a Christmas album.
The Sound of Music
French director—and music lover—Christophe Barratier helmed his country's No. 1 movie last year, Les Choristes. Now that it's coming to the U.S., we chatted with Barratier about his film.
Rising from the Valley of Death
Steven Curtis Chapman opens up about losing his daughter, their family's arduous journey, and a new album of songs chronicling the path of pain and hope.
Christmas 'Jars'
New album gently rattles the seasonal genre.
Creating Worship Songs for a Welcoming Community
Isaac Wardell’s latest collaborative project, The Porter’s Gate, marks a change from Bifrost Arts.

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Why I Read the Old Testament with Spiritual Seekers
Why I Read the Old Testament with Spiritual Seekers
Together, we discover Deuteronomy's Good News.

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