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A Glorious Dark

By A.J. Swoboda

In his new book, “A Glorious Dark,” Foursquare Pastor A.J. Swoboda deals with people’s doubts and fears regarding faith as he details the events surrounding the death and resurrection of Christ. Sharing insights from the life of faith as he discusses Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday, A.J. covers thoughts on suffering, loss, doubt, rest, rescue, community and much more. more»

 
 

Ragamuffin

Available on DVD May 6, “Ragamuffin” tells the story of Christian songwriter Rich Mullins and his difficult personal journey to find wholeness and grace. The artist’s struggle with drinking, his longing for a father’s love and his fear of loneliness—and his eventual realization of God’s grace—make this a powerful story that will bring hope to viewers. more»

 
 

Blue Like Jazz: The Movie

Based on Donald Miller’s bestselling book, “Blue Like Jazz: The Movie” hits theaters on April 13. This contemporary coming of age story challenges religiosity and grapples with difficult themes while addressing hypocrisy, relationships, forgiveness and faith. This film will leave an impression on viewers and may lead to fruitful discussion, but parents should note the PG-13 rating. more»

 
 

God Can’t Sleep: Waiting for Daylight on Life’s Dark Nights

By Palmer Chinchen

Pastor and bestselling author Palmer Chinchen was raised in Liberia, West Africa, where he saw tribal warfare, human atrocities during civil war, leprosy and accidental deaths of children. But he also discovered the presence of God. In his latest book, “God Can’t Sleep,” he takes readers on a journey from darkness to light, helping people find God in their pain and suffering. more»

 
 

The Shunning

“The Shunning” stays true to bestselling author Beverly Lewis’ adept ability to accurately portray Amish culture. In this movie adaptation, the filmmakers weave the tale of a young girl who feels a little different within the constraints of the Amish community and begins to question why. Great for family viewing, this film deals with deep questions of personal faith. more»

 
 
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