Your choice of entertainment can help you live a more positive life. The movies and TV you watch, books you read, sports teams you support, and music you listen to all shape the way you see the world. Each time you log on, hit the bookstore, or reach for the remote, ask yourself, what do I want to see?
The passing of the award-winning author reminded Ginger Rue of how important it is to see the world through a child’s eye.Continue reading
Set at a Christian summer camp, Netflix’s new teen musical features both original music and classic Christian songs.Continue reading
Star Jennifer Garner talks about her first Netflix film, reclaiming your sense of fun, and how you can have a Yes Day while staying safe during quarantine.Continue reading
Celebrate Women’s History Month with these books featuring women who inspire us with their strength, intelligence, kindness, and faith.Continue reading
In this story from February 1973, Emmy-winning actor E. G. Marshall shares how the religious training he received as a child stayed with him for the rest of his life.Continue reading
Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. talks with African-American leaders, from Oprah to Senator Raphael Warnock, on the role of the Black Church in American history, then and now.Continue reading
Why a movie about a Korean-American family moving to rural Arkansas resonates with so many people. The director and actors weigh in.Continue reading