Since last spring, the White House has received more than 3.5 million red envelopes. Each of these envelopes was empty and on the back a simple message stating that it represented one life terminated through abortion.
This grassroots campaign has brought many factions of the pro-life movement together as the envelopes piled up at the White House. Now a year later, the project is beginning again. Christ Otto is the project founder and organizer.
There’s a deep felt need in the church today for “Christian Manhood,” but there are competing visions of what that means; from images of rugged individualism and wilderness quests, to appeals suggesting we get in touch with our feminine side.
What is often lacking is the simple question: “What does the Bible say?” Richard Phillips is the author of a new book from the Reformation Trust that takes a look at this important topic.
In the nation of Germany, homeschooling is illegal. In recent years, a growing number of German families are testing the resolve of the national stance on this issue, and sometimes at great cost to themselves.
This feature takes a look at one family who is seeking asylum in the US so they can educate their children at home without government interference.
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life released the results of a new study that looked at the religious affiliation and devotion of “The Millennials” or those born since 1981. This feature takes a look at what they found. Guests include:
There are so many important figures who should be commemorated during this month’s celebration of Black History. Certainly one of the most significant is scientist, educator and inventor George Washington Carver.
A new documentary is available on his life from Franklin Springs Family Media entitled: George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Way. I recently spoke with Ken Carpenter, executive producer and director of the film.
Ballot initiatives across the country are hoping to introduce amendments to state constitutions that define personhood as “every human being from the beginning of biological development.” Supporters of personhood amendments hope such action will eventually lead to the reversal of Roe v. Wade, but there are some in the pro-life movement questioning their ability to succeed. This feature takes a look at this issue.
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Earlier today officials in Haiti announced the death toll to be more than 230,000 people–a number which is expected to rise in the weeks ahead.
The incredible number of shattered families have led many to look for ways to reach out to the growing numbers of orphans in that country. I recently spoke with Doug Phillips, President of Vision Forum Ministries, who with a small team traveled to Haiti to participate in rescue efforts at a number of orphanages destroyed in the quake.
If you liked to watch Doug’s reports from the field, they are available through his Vimeo channel.
Jim McBride as “Bobby Lee Duke” in Facing the Giants
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What happens when a church catches a vision to reach out to its community with the gospel, yet realizes that it’s next to impossible to get them into the building? Well, in 2002 Sherwood Baptist Church decided to overcome this problem by making a movie. This feature is a conversation with Jim McBride, executive producer with Sherwood Pictures…
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There are more than 2 million children nationwide who are educated at home by parents or relatives. While there are many blessings to home education, there are also challenges facing these families, particularly during these difficult economic times; but when a family faces an additional trial like illness, death of spouse or government interference, it can make it almost impossible. This feature profiles a ministry that reaches out to home school families in need.
I graduated from Moody in 1993 and began working for Moody Radio in Chicago until 1999, when I began teaching radio broadcasting at the Moody Bible Institute. I received my Masters degree in Communications from Northern Illinois University in 2003 in Historical Documentary Filmmaking. And since June, 2008, I have been serving Prime ... Continue reading →