“Extraordinary” Movie – One Night Event, September 7

Encapsulated inside the blood of every man is a desire to run. We are conforming to our nature when we push ourselves past established boundaries. We must run far, and we must run hard.

All Saints Movie Now Playing in Theaters

Based on an inspiring true story of a tiny church and a group of refugees who risk it all to plant seeds for a future that might save them.

Hillsong UNTIED Wonder Album Review

Hillsong UNITED’s sixth studio album \\

Hills and Valleys (Deluxe Edition) Music Review

Known as the former frontman for Grammy nominated band Royal Tailor and now pursuing a solo career, Tauren Wells released his debut album "Hills...

Spider-Man: Homecoming Movie Review

The young hero attempts to balance his new responsibilities and normal everyday life, such as living with his Aunt May and dealing with the typical social issues of high school. A new threat known as the Vulture emerges and seeks revenge after being driven out of business thanks to Starks Damage Control team.

CARS 3 Movie Review

Looking for the perfect family film for the Fourth of July week? Well, look no further. Cars 3 provides audiences of all ages a heartfelt story about moving forward and never giving up on your dreams.

Wonder Woman Movie Review

Wonder Woman is not your average everyday superhero film. Like most origin stories, Diana is a young woman having gown up on the island of...

The Case for Christ

The movie begins with Lee Strobel winning an award at the Chicago Tribune and then he and his family go out for dinner. At the end of the meal his daughter is chocking on some food.

Chonda Pierce’s ‘Enough’ in theaters April 25 only

By Diana Chandler NASHVILLE (BP) -- Christian comedian Chonda Pierce likes to borrow a line from Lucille Ball, who proclaimed "I'm not funny; I'm brave."...

The Case for Christ, the Movie

A hard-driving journalist, Lee Strobel was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting recently earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. But things weren’t going nearly as well at home where his wife Leslie’s newfound faith in Christ went against everything Lee believed—or didn’t believe—as an avowed atheist.