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Why the Sermon Must Be an Invitation to Embrace Christ

Several years ago, I preached a series of renewal services at Rosedale Baptist Church in Abingdon, Va. Commonly referred to as a "revival" or, in previous generations, a "protracted meeting," each service carried a specifically evangelistic emphasis. I prayed the Lord would be pleased to honor the preaching of His

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‘Narnia’ Film Revival In the Works With “Captain America” Director Joe Johnston on Board for “The Silver Chair”

“Captain America: The First Avenger” helmer Joe Johnston will journey to “Narnia: The Silver Chair,” a revival of C.S. Lewis’ “Chronicles of Narnia” series. (more…)

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‘Passion of the Christ’ Actor Jim Caviezel Wants to Work With Mel Gibson for Sequel on the Gospels

Actor Jim Caviezel, best known for playing Jesus in Mel Gibson's 2004 epic "The Passion of the Christ," has said that only atheists believe in coincidences, and that some would even deny God's resurrection of the dead. (more…)

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Dr. Michael Brown: Assaulting Women Because They Wear Bikinis Is Wrong In Any Culture

A teenager in Australia pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting 9 women and girls but was not sentenced to prison. Instead, he was put on two-years' probation. Why? The judge reasoned that, as a Muslim who had immigrated from Afghanistan, "seeing girls in bikinis is different to the environment in which he

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Ken Blackwell on Elizabeth Warren: A Factory of Bad Ideas

In the fallout of President Donald J. Trump's historic victory, the Democratic Party is in a state of panic. They suffered record-breaking defeats across the country, and are still trying to clean up the mess caused by Hillary Clinton, a candidate who explored uncharted depths of political corruption. (more…)

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Suicide In the Spotlight: Netflix Series “13 Reasons Why” Draws Varied Opinions from Christians

A streamed Netflix series dramatizing the fictional story of a teen's suicide has drawn disparate reactions from secular and Christian sectors in the U.S. and abroad as the show's popularity continues strong. (more…)

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“War Room” Actor T.C. Stallings Wants ‘To Do Films That Honor God’; Says New Faith-Based Film “A Question of Faith” Doesn’t Sacrifice Quality for Message

Actor T.C. Stallings has revealed that like "War Room", the upcoming faith-based film "A Question of Faith" provides audiences with quality entertainment while upholding Biblical truths. (more…)

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