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Bjorn Again?Subscriber Access Only
It's been a while since tennis legend Bjorn Borg was in the news. Too bad he's back because he's selling his Wimbledon trophies.
The Passion of the MusiciansSubscriber Access Only
For composer John Debney and vocalist/lyricist Lisbeth Scott, the creative talent behind the soundtrack to The Passion of The Christ, scoring the epic film was the experience of a lifetime.
A Nanny With Sense ... and SensibilitySubscriber Access Only
Emma Thompson, perhaps best known for 1995's Sense and Sensibility, wrote and stars in what she now calls her proudest project, Nanny McPhee, opening this week.
Save the WalesSubscriber Access Only
Veteran producer Ken Wales, who recently finished Amazing Grace, the William Wilberforce bio-pic, now turns to John Newton's story—and a Chariots of Fire sequel.
Top Ten Alien Invasion MoviesSubscriber Access Only
With War of the Worlds opening this week, we decided to take a look back at some of the best films in which extraterrestrials decide to pay a visit to our planet—with the intent to do us harm.
What's Up With the Ugly Baby?Subscriber Access Only
Everyone's asking about the Passion scene where Satan is carrying a hideous infant.
Creed Breaks UpSubscriber Access Only
Frontman Scott Stapp turns attention to Passion of the Christ project.
Singin' the BluesSubscriber Access Only
Veteran singer/songwriter Glenn Kaiser, he of Resurrection Band fame, has been focused on playing and singing blues music in recent years. A Christian, singing the blues? You bet, says Kaiser. Here's why.
A Different Kind of NeighborSubscriber Access Only
Derek Webb and Sandra McCracken embrace the streets of inner-city Nashville.
It's the End of the World, and We Love ItSubscriber Access Only
We're flocking to movies about the last days, even in the midst of a penny-pinching recession. Why?
Make BelieveSubscriber Access Only
'Couldn't Be Better'Subscriber Access Only
In his first year as new frontman of Newsboys, Michael Tait says he couldn't ask for a better fit.
Death Be Not ProudSubscriber Access Only
Two movies out this weekend deal with death - in very different ways.
Dear Mr. WattersonSubscriber Access Only
An enjoyable ode to 'Calvin and Hobbes' and the brilliant creator behind one of the best comic strips of all time.
Choosing Life at the MoviesSubscriber Access Only
2007 could be remembered as the Year of Pro-Life Cinema.
Puppy LoveSubscriber Access Only
AnnaSophia Robb, who plays the young girl in Because of Winn-Dixie, says her character just wanted to love and be loved. Leave it to an orphaned dog to show her how.
Sixpence Calls It QuitsSubscriber Access Only
After the FloodSubscriber Access Only
Celtic rock and bluegrass
Beauty Will RiseSubscriber Access Only
Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman are making overseas adoption more affordable.
A Jazz-Shaped FaithSubscriber Access Only
Robert Gelinas, the Jazz Theologian, marches to the beat of a smooth drummer.
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The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
Churches may someday lose their tax-exempt status. Would that be as bad as it sounds?
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