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Why ‘Extraordinary’ Gave Ashworth What Hollywood Couldn’t
5 months ago

Why ‘Extraordinary’ Gave Ashworth What Hollywood Couldn’t

You’d expect Liberty University students to be thrilled working with veteran actor Chris Ashworth on “Extraordinary.”

If so, Ashworth says the feeling was mutual.

“I got goose bumps,” “The Wire” …
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How ‘Gracia’ Lured Chris Massoglia Back to Filmmaking
7 months ago

How ‘Gracia’ Lured Chris Massoglia Back to Filmmaking

Chris Massoglia understands why some non-Christians avoid faith-based films.

It’s no fun to sit down for a two-hour Biblical lecture. The young actor says his latest film, “Because of Gracia,” …
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Exclusive: New Trailer for Faith-Friendly ‘Because of Gracia’
7 months ago

Exclusive: New Trailer for Faith-Friendly ‘Because of Gracia’

Teen life is hard. It’s even tougher when your views don’t align with an increasingly secular culture.

The new teen drama “Because of Gracia” tackles that subject head on. Moriah …
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HiT Episode No. 28 – ‘Generational Sins’
8 months ago

HiT Episode No. 28 – ‘Generational Sins’

Not all Christian films of the post-“Passion of the Christ” era are created equal.

What unites them, beyond an obvious affirmation of the faith? Their ratings. It’s PG or, in …
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Mom: ‘Ashamed’ Empowers Against Secular Culture
12 months ago

Mom: ‘Ashamed’ Empowers Against Secular Culture

Beth Nimmo insisted any movie portraying her daughter, who died in the Columbine High School massacre, avoid one thing above all else.

Rachel Joy Scott couldn’t be depicted as a …
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How ‘Atheist Delusion’ Creator Embraces New Media
1 year ago

How ‘Atheist Delusion’ Creator Embraces New Media

Evangelist Ray Comfort says becoming the butt of the atheist community’s joke proved a blessing in disguise.

The deeply religious Comfort got dubbed the “banana man” following a viral video …
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HiT Podcast No. 5 – Joseph Granda
1 year ago

HiT Podcast No. 5 – Joseph Granda

Joseph Granda left Hollywood after realizing how infrequently it nourished his soul.

Now, Granda is embracing his former profession on his own terms. And he credits his faith for changing …
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How ‘Jackson’ Hurts Its Own Critical Message
1 year ago

How ‘Jackson’ Hurts Its Own Critical Message

The story of the last abortion clinic in Mississippi captures the angst, the racial tension and the hypocrisies roiling in this southern community.

Yet filmmaker Maisie Crow isn’t content with …
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Klavan’s ‘Great Good Thing’ Offers Divine Second Act
1 year ago

Klavan’s ‘Great Good Thing’ Offers Divine Second Act

Klavan’s “The Great Good Thing” ostensibly charts the author’s embrace of a religion that clashed with his familial roots.

As with previous Klavan books, that only scratches the thematic surface.


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‘Young Messiah’ Makes Jesus One of Us
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2 years ago

‘Young Messiah’ Makes Jesus One of Us

We don’t know every detail tied to Noah, the Ark and rain that fell for 40 days and 40 nights.

We know even less about the childhood of Jesus Christ. “The …
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