Movie Review: "Jericho: The Promise Fulfilled"

About four years ago, two homeschooled kids in North Carolina decided to make a movie. They wrote a script, prepared a plan, and sent out a casting call. Then, they gathered together all their Lego people, bricks, and accessories. You see, this was a brickfilm - a movie where the actors and sets are Lego toys animated frame-by-frame. The masterminds, Anthony and Jessica Rondina, had produced two…

"Courageous" Movie Review

What single demographic factor makes a young person ten times more likely to require drug rehab, five times more likely to commit suicide, and twenty times more likely to end up in jail? I'll give you a hint: it has nothing to do with skin color or economic status. The single factor is fatherlessness. With the breakdown of the family in America, few issues are larger or more important than…

Announcing A New Title From Elisha Press

Today we're excited to announce a new full-length novel by Rachael McIntire: Julie: The Redemption Of The Backyard Bully. This book is available now for free digital download. You can also order the softcover…

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"Remember" Movie Review

"No father shall know his child; no child shall know his father." This quote from Plato is the basis for Remember, a Christian sci-fi film from the Canadian father/son duo of Greg and Dallas Lammiman. In a dystopian society of 2050, children are confiscated at birth to be raised by the state, while the tyrannized citizenry is kept mellow with memory-suppressing drugs. Regime enforcer Captain…

Thanks To Our Blogging Friends!

This is a thank-you post, recognizing some special Internet friends who helped to spread the word about our giveaway of The Sparrow Found A House. Some posted special blog entries; some tweeted; some updated their Facebook. All are appreciated!

"The Lost Medallion" Movie Review

For months I have been anticipating the release of The Lost Medallion, a new independent inspirational film intended for kids. Alex Kendrick plays the storyteller in the movie, and with his name attached, my expectations were high. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. I knew the film was very adventure-focused, but I wasn't prepared for the level of violence in a movie recommended for six-year-olds.…

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Freedom... Forever?

While waiting in line at the post office, I noticed a display of stamp designs. The "value" of each stamp had been crossed out to cancel it for display purposes. This resulted in one particular stamp with such an ironic message that I just had to take a picture.

Freedom Forever?

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My Favorite Movie From The Kendrick Brothers

Ten years ago last April, a church in Georgia released a movie. The church was Sherwood Baptist of Albany, and the movie producers were the Kendrick brothers and their friends. This movie, however, was not named Courageous, Fireproof, or even Facing The Giants. It was called Flywheel. I frequently meet people who have watched one or two of the others, but have never even…