NOTE: The following is an article printed in Charisma Magazine in 1998 about legendary gospel singer Andraé Crouch.
Jimmy Stewart Articles
He never would have made it to the White House in 2001 as the country’s 43rd
president without the faith-based decision he made in 1986.
“I could not have quit drinking without faith,” former President
George W. Bush writes in his memoir, Decision Points, which released
Tuesday. “I also don’t think my faith would be as strong if I hadn’t quit
It was the first significant decision among several that ultimately solidified
Bush’s resolve to act on his belief that God was calling him to lead the nation
as president, the memoir shows, according to a report published Wednesday by
Religion News Service (RNS).
Since mid-August, former Brownsville
Revival pastor John Kilpatrick has seen thousands of people flock to
revival services being held four nights a week at the convention
center in Mobile, Ala., where he now leads Church of His Presence.
The blind are seeing, the lame are walking and the deaf are hearing,
he says, at what he believes may become another long-running revival.
Three of the most recent services, held
Nov. 5-7, currently are available for viewing online at global
network GOD TV’s video-on-demand site, god.tv/video.
The meetings are posted in their entirety and equal more than 10
hours of viewing time.
Third Day | Essential Records
Georgia rockers Third Day are in need of some “motion” on their new CD, Move. They want the unbeliever to go to his knees, the church to draw close to God and Christians to head into the world. Musically, though, they stick close to home—and that’s a good thing.
Dave Barnes | Razor & Tie Records
Dave Barnes’ fourth album (his second with Razor & Tie) is a nicely done collection of upbeat songs delivered in a friendly-feeling acoustic-pop style.
Taking the direct approach with his lyrics, Barnes writes most of his 10 songs as if to a single listener, whether a friend, a romantic interest or God. He covers a range of topics—falling in love or out of love, feeling pain and overcoming it, viewing life with a new outlook, and others.
Day of Fire | Razor & Tie
Day of Fire engages in a tasty sonic assault led by guitarist Joe Pangallo on its first studio release in three years, Losing All. Pangallo doesn’t skimp on the heavy crunch and sustain that drive hard music, but he seasons the aggressive mix with mature riffing that complements his powered sound.
Warner Bros. | Starring Denzel Washington, Mila Kunis, Gary Oldman, Malcolm McDowell, Michal Gambon, Jennifer Beals | Rated R
Denzel Washington has long-since convinced movie audiences that onscreen he’s one of the baddest, most icy-hearted tough guys to roam the borderline between good and evil in Hollywood morality tales.
None are as “bad” (in the “first-rate” sense) at being vengeful as his Creasy in Man on Fire (2004) or as good at being cold and unfeeling as his Alonzo Harris in Training Day (2001).
Starring Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon | Directed by Clint Eastwood | Warner Bros. Pictures | Rated PG-13
Before being invited to attend a media screening of Invictus last week, I didn’t think I would see this new picture from Clint Eastwood. I’ve liked many of Eastwood’s movies over the years, but this one wasn’t calling to me for three reasons.
Here’s a brief look at what some world religions teach about Jesus, salvation and heaven.HINDUISM can be traced back to 1500 B.C. in India with no single founder. It spawned Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism and comprises a body of religion based on the Vedas, or Hindu...
The new movie leaves viewers with lots of questionsHow do you describe both a beginning and an end?That's the suspenseful question viewers are asked at the beginning of Left Behind: The Movie, the apocalyptic prophecy movie by Christian filmmakers Peter and Paul...
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