Archive for May 2014

The Good Book, Discusses Finding Solice Amidst Hurt

The movie, The Good Book, discusses how six people- each affected by different, yet relatable, circumstances- found the hope they needed in reading the Bible. Daniel, who is played by Evan Fielding,  is separated from his family due to his careless mistake. Alex and his wife Marion  must place their unwavering trust in God to…

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Holly Starr Shines in our Special Edition

Twenty-one year  old singer-songwriter Holly Starr will be interviewed for our special edition. Holly just completed her third full-length album, Focus, on October 2012.  It is a selection of songs that are touted to “reflect growth and maturity alongside a vibrant pop sensibility and a heart for worship”.  Holly is a relatively new artist, but…

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Blast Off with Veggies in Space: The Fennel Frontier

Faith Filled Family Magazine is very privileged to be able to review the latest in the VeggieTales series, Veggies in Space- The Fennel Frontier. This DVD is about the power of sharing as Captain Cuke  (Larry the Cucumber) and Mr. Spork (Bob the Tomato) travel through space taking on the infamous Luntar the Looter.  Luntar…

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MercyMe: Welcome To The New

By Andrew Brunet How would you feel if you entered into a world with only Christ-like emotions? MercyMe brings all of the Christ-like emotions together on their album called “Welcome to The New”. MercyMe  formed in Greenville, Texas, and consists of vocalist Bart Millard, keyboardist James Bryson, percussionist Robby Shaffer, bassist Nathan Cochran and guitarists…

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Jamie Grace is Ready To Fly in New Album

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Jamie Grace is a contemporary Christian musician, singer, and rapper. She was discovered on YouTube by TobyMac and signed to Gotee Records. “Hold Me” was released in 2011 and won her a nomination at the 2012 Grammys and she won the 2012 Dove Award for New Artist of The Year. Ready…

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CrossExamined Examines Why Teens Abandon Their Faith

And does something about it! Recent statistics have shown that three out of every four teens abandon their faith after high school.  They discovered that the reason for this ongoing trend is that most teens cannot defend their faith, and end up being persuaded by atheistic theologies.  The question then arose: What can we do…

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