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Scarlet City Studios Produces New Bible Tween Online Adventure Game

The Aetherlight: Chronicles of the Resistance Teaches Tweens about the Bible Wrapped in an Epic Adventure Scarlet City Studios, which is based in New Zealand, announces the launch of their latest project entitled, “The Aetherlight: Chronicles of the Resistance”.  This game is sure to engage gamers with its online role-playing …

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Museum of the Bible Collection on Tour as Prelude to 2017 Opening

Museum of the Bible is set to open in Washington in 2017 Recently, hundreds of visitors flocked to see a preview of the Museum of the Bible collection which opened for the first time at the National Religious Broadcasters International Christian Media Convention in Nashville. The preview featured one room …

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New Award Winning Christian Movie More Than “Providence”

Acclaimed independent Christian filmmakers Fred and Sharon Wilharm (“The Good Book”) have released their new multi-award-winning Christian movie “Providence.” Rachel and Mitchell grow up as schoolmates in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Throughout their lives their paths keep intersecting and connecting, but misunderstandings pull them apart. It takes a …

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Book Evangelpreneur Challenges Christians About How We Use our Money

Title: “Evangelpreneur: How Biblical Free Enterprise Can Empower Your Faith, Family, and Freedom” Author: Josh Tolley Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc., Dallas, Texas (2015) Page count: 325 (including endnotes) Josh Tolley’s new book “Evangelpreneur” makes some pretty bold claims – and some strong accusations – when it comes to Christians and …

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Bible Gateway Launches New Subscription Service With Amazing Features

Bible Gateway offers free Bible content, and is the world’s leading Bible website.  It is ranked number one on leading search engines, and is the most widely used website in over 200 countries. Bible Gateway is not providing its user with a way to receive their online scripture reading and …

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Jacksonville Citizens Voice Concerns Over Nondiscrimination Policy

And Victory Was Theirs! Jacksonville City Council considered adding sexual orientation and gender identity to its nondiscrimination policy.  This move would allow the Human Rights Commission the right to investigate discrimination complaints, issue fines, and refer cases for criminal prosecution.  Mat Staver, founder of Liberty Counsel, stated that the public, …

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Islamic State Releases Remainder of Christians Kidnapped in Syria

Christian officials said on Monday, the Islamic State group released the remainder of the 230 Assyrian Christians which were kidnapped in Syria about a year ago after receiving millions of dollars in ransom. In a statement to the Associated Press, Younan Talia of the Assyrian Democratic Organization said that the …

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