Karen Kingsbury: Changing Lives with Inspiring Fiction

With more than 80 novels written and more than 25 million copies sold, Karen Kingsbury is a well-known and well loved author. She considers her unique genre life-changing fiction.

John Eldredge: ‘Get Your Life Back’

“Jesus gets us going [toward His goal for us] one step at a time. If you want to make real changes in your life, you can't set the bar too high.

Netflix’s excellent ‘The English Game’ series leads April streaming lineup

One of the best new series on Netflix spotlights a slice of little-known English history and a sport that rarely gets front-page coverage in the U.S. Titled The English Game,...

Free trial of VidAngel leads this month’s family-friendly lineup

Four Christian companies offering free streaming stuff in April

Gloria Gaither encourages believers to ‘be the Church’

ALEXANDRIA, IND. -- World famous Gospel song writer and Clare, Michigan graduate, Gloria Gaither is telling fellow believers now is the time to “be the Church.” In a...

How to Make Protective Face Masks

Homeschooling mom and former Superintendent of Christian Education, Kim Brackett, started making protective masks after learning that a shortage of masks was putting healthcare workers at risk for...

SoCal Resident Stays Optimistic Despite Testing Positive for COVID-19

Colleen Myers said she is among the San Bernardino County residents who have tested positive for COVID-19, and she wants to help others who might go through the same...

Powerful faith-based ‘I Still Believe’ leads March family-friendly lineup

The 2018 faith-based movie I Can Only Imagine opened at No. 3, earned a rare A+ CinemaScore rating from moviegoers, and became the highest-grossing film ever released by the...

Outspoken: Katie Leigh’s story

Once you hear the voice of Connie Kendall from Focus on the Family's “Adventures in Odyssey” radio drama you never forget it.

Netflix’s ‘The Repair Shop’ leads January’s family-friendly lineup

The repair culture has been replaced by the throwaway culture. We no longer fix stuff. We throw it in the dumpster -- and then we log onto Amazon to find the replacement. A new BBC reality program might help us change our mindset.