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Faith-Based film, I Still Believe, Nominated for 2 Peoples Choice Awards: ‘We Are So Pumped’

Faith-Based film, I Still Believe, Nominated for 2 Peoples Choice Awards: 'We Are So Pumped' A prominent faith-based film from 2020 has received two nominations in a major mainstream awards ceremony.I Still Believe, which released in theaters in March, was nominated Oct. 1 in two categories for the Peoples Choice Awards: top Drama Movie of 2020... Read more

TV is the distraction of choice during Covid-19, not the Bible – survey

(Photo: Unsplash/Mollie Sivaram)People are escaping the challenges of Covid-19 by turning on the TV instead of reading the Bible, a new Pew survey has revealed.  Pew asked 10,211 adults what they were doing to help alleviate the stress and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.  Nine in ten said that watching movies or TV shows... Read more

Trump Touts School Choice for Parents: Why Are We Paying the School if its Closed?

Trump Touts School Choice for Parents: Why Are We Paying the School if its Closed? President Trump on Wednesday urged the nations schools to reopen safely and repeated his belief that government funding allocated for schools should go to the parents if their childs school remains closed.This way, you can make your own... Read more

Pence Says the Choice Could Not Be Clearer: Biden-Harris Support Taxpayer-Funded Abortion, Activist Judges, Higher Taxes

Pence Says the Choice Could Not Be Clearer: Biden-Harris Support Taxpayer-Funded Abortion, Activist Judges, Higher Taxes Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday night denounced the Democratic presidential ticket as having have been overtaken by the radical left and said if Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are elected, Americans will experience higher taxes, public... Read more

Hong Kong activists now face a choice: stay silent, or flee the city. The world must give them a path to safety

Police stand in front of the Legislative Council building a day after it was stormed by anti-extradition Bill protesters(Photo: Reuters) The prospect of a shift from rhetoric to action reveals just how dire the situation in China's world city has become. July 1 is usually associated with Hong Kong's annual pro-democracy march. This year, it... Read more

‘Victory for Religious Liberty’: Supreme Court Upholds Montana School Choice Program

'Victory for Religious Liberty': Supreme Court Upholds Montana School Choice Program The U.S. Supreme Court handed supporters of school choice and private religious schools a major victory Tuesday, ruling that a Montana tax credit scholarship program does not violate the federal constitution if the money is used by parents for religious schooling.At issue... Read more

What Faith Looks Like A Choice to Trust | Devotional by Kathy Cheek

‘Trust the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your path.’ Proverbs 3:5&6 In this journey of faith I walk with the Lord, what does walking by faith look like? Sometimes, it looks like a thousand questions to which there... Read more

‘How Great Thou Art’ is the hymn of choice to inspire hope during Covid-19

'How Great Thou Art' is the most popular hymn for inspiring hope during the coronavirus pandemic, a poll by CAFOD has found. The hymn is based on a 19th century Swedish poem that was translated into English in 1949 by missionary Stuart K Hine. It came out on top in a Twitter poll by the Catholic aid... Read more

#middlegrademarch, Studying Challenges, and Our Superabundance of Selection

[ad_1] Each different Tuesday in Storied, Ok. B. Hoyle explores the methods our cultural narratives act on us individually and in society as an entire. It’s March! And for some folks within the corners of social media who weblog about books, evaluate books, or take footage of books for Instagram (generally known as bookstagrammers), which means #middlegrademarch. Or,... Read more

Editor’s Alternative: The Better of 2019 at The Gospel Coalition

[ad_1] The state of the church at this time is a matter of perspective. Its straightforward to seek out proof of decline. Had been bombarded by false hopes that deceive Christians and divide the church. We want a digital reformation that can shine the sunshine of the gospel, in all its reality and sweetness, on... Read more