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08 Oct Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on The often-overlooked casualties of sexual addiction

The often-overlooked casualties of sexual addiction

The often-overlooked casualties of sexual addiction

The kids know when something’s wrong   Excerpt adapted from Hope After Betrayal by Meg Wilson ©2018 Kregel Publications. One of the often-overlooked casualties of sexual addiction is the children. When there is trauma in a marriage, the children feel it in profound ways, though they may not have the words to describe their feelings. […]

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28 Sep Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Why I’m Grateful for My Adoption Story By Lorilee Craker

Why I’m Grateful for My Adoption Story By Lorilee Craker

Why I’m Grateful for My Adoption Story By Lorilee Craker

Everyone has a story, and as Lorilee Craker writes in the new book Homespun: Amish and Mennonite Women in Their Own Words (Herald Press), “I knew from early on that there were lots of different kinds of Mennonite stories.” She should know. She’s a self-described simple Mennonite girl from the prairies. In the pages of Homespun, Amish and […]

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29 Aug Posted by in Articles, Reviews | Comments Off on In Theaters Today: Operation Finale

In Theaters Today: Operation Finale

In Theaters Today: Operation Finale

We know that our fans appreciate and love a good movie. Especially when it involves history. So when we got the opportunity to share this one with you, we coudn't pass it up!

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24 Aug Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Living Every Day Brave

Living Every Day Brave

Living Every Day Brave

Living Every Day Brave by Rachel Linden Today I am choosing to be every day brave. What does that mean, you may ask? In essence, every day brave means choosing courage in the face of challenge. Believing that on the other side of fear is something better. It means embracing bravery as a mantra, a […]

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09 Aug Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on The Familiar Face of Sex Trafficking

The Familiar Face of Sex Trafficking

The Familiar Face of Sex Trafficking

The Familiar Face of Sex Trafficking by Rachel Linden We sat across the table from one another in the capital city of a former Soviet country in Eastern Europe, cups of homemade cherry juice on the wooden table in front of us. A victim of human trafficking and a missionary. Two women in our twenties. […]

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21 May Posted by in Articles, Film | Comments Off on Parental Warning: Show Dogs

Parental Warning: Show Dogs

Parental Warning: Show Dogs

by Lori Twichell This morning my Facebook news feed is practically buzzing with a ton of articles about a new family movie that hit theaters this weekend. Show Dogs stars Will Arnett and Ludacris and is labeled a family adventure. Honestly, I hadn’t heard a lot about this movie. With teenagers in the house, a […]

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16 May Posted by in Articles, Film, Reviews | Comments Off on New Movie, Beyond The Sun, Brings a Message of Joy and God’s love – and a fun contest!

New Movie, Beyond The Sun, Brings a Message of Joy and God’s love – and a fun contest!

New Movie, Beyond The Sun, Brings a Message of Joy and God’s love – and a fun contest!

A new movie that came out yesterday (May 15th!) on iTunes, Amazon and showing in various theaters across the country via Tugg, promises fun, childhood adventure and joy to audiences. Called a “modern-day tale of hope, faith and courage based on stories from the Bible” Beyond the Sun is the first movie to ever feature a […]

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27 Apr Posted by in Articles, Film | Comments Off on Avengers: Infinity War – What Parents Need to Know

Avengers: Infinity War – What Parents Need to Know

Avengers: Infinity War – What Parents Need to Know

by Lori Twichell Note: The following article is not a review of the movie. If you are interested in a straight review, we have a review of the film up at our sister site, Fiction Addict. I will also keep it spoiler free.  When my family and I first started into our Marvel journey, it was […]

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26 Feb Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Premiering Tonight on CBS, Living Biblically Portrays Lighthearted, Earnest View of Faith

Premiering Tonight on CBS, Living Biblically Portrays Lighthearted, Earnest View of Faith

Premiering Tonight on CBS, Living Biblically Portrays Lighthearted, Earnest View of Faith

by DeWayne Hamby Can faith be funny? Patrick Walsh, executive producer and showrunner of the new CBS television comedym Living Biblically, thinks so. Taking the New York Times bestseller The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs as a loose blueprint, the Missouri native has created a series centering on Chip Curry (Jay R. Ferguson), a […]

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31 Jan Posted by in Articles, News | Comments Off on The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

by Lori Twichell You might have clicked on this link expecting a review of the movie. I saw the movie in December and since then, I have been trying to sort through a review in my head. I knew I wanted to write something, but I realized that I don’t want to talk about the […]

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