Tag: faith

Truett McConnell University

The mission of TMU is to equip students to fulfill the Great Commission by fostering a Christian worldview through a Biblically-centered education in a family friendly environment.

ALTAR EGOS Christmas Giveaway

Are you a fan of the faith-based movies Fireproof or Courageous? Well, then, Altar Egos is a recently released Christmas movie that you are sure to like… and it’s a comedy! Altar Egos stars Robert Amaya as Pastor John, and Erin Bethea as his wife Betsy. Robert Amaya played Javier Martinez, the homeschooling dad in […]

A Box of Faith

16-year-old Dior, forced to live on the streets, believes that a box left behind by her mother is the source of a mystical connection with God.

Madelyne Brown: Books for Zamar

Hey friends! If you would like to be part of a great opportunity to invest in the lives of kids in India by supplying books for their school library, please check this out!

A Four-Year-Old’s Gift

Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years, by McKennaugh This past week, I brought my two youngest brothers to a playground down the road that belongs to a church. I pushed the four-year-old on the swings for a little while (picture loud giggles and “More!”) and soon I was feeling a little bored with Austinville’s only […]

Meet the Skeptic

The Christian faith almost always meets skepticism. Have you ever struggled to communicate with a skeptic about topics like faith and ethics? Are you equipped to effectively handle the skeptic’s questions and debates? Meet the Skeptic: A Field Guide to Faith Conversations is a 142-page softcover book by Christian apologist Bill Foster. He offers a […]

Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door

Nonfiction Book Review by Libbi Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door, by Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler “Seven in ten Protestants ages 18 to 30-both evangelical and mainline-who went to church regularly in high school said they quit attending by age 23, according to the survey by LifeWay Research.” (USA Today) Do you ever […]