A television veteran’s work on AFA’s first feature film is rooted in founder Don Wildmon’s discovery decades ago that Johnson was determined to produce family-friendly entertainment.
God and the homosexualToday’s tolerant culture and even some churches are racing to embrace the homosexual activist agenda, which equates that lifestyle to orthodox Christian faith. Are they right?
Current trends reflect a nation that has all but abandoned the facts of science and the principles of Scripture to embrace sexual anarchy.
What are you living for? Truth for a New Generation conference promotes revival and prayer as the role of God’s people for ushering in revival.
Christ over CubaAFA’s Bryan Fischer, host of Focal Point on AFR Talk Radio, tells of his visit to observe the work of Trans World Radio in Cuba, where believers are challenged but thriving.
A prayer for all seasonsAn address helped launch political career for freshman state rep in Tennessee
Accident spurs activistCalifornia’s James Lambert was startled out of a life of drugs, confusion and anxiety when an auto accident gave him new ears to hear the gospel.
Heartlight Ministries in Texas offers a beacon of hope for troubled teens and their families with its family approach to helping these teens find their way back to wholeness.
Details, DetailsBranson’s Silver Dollar City shines with authenticity.
Keep learning, growing The new Mobile Education program from Logos offers an exciting opportunity for Christians to grow in their faith in times and settings that fit into their busy lives.
From mom to mentorRhonda Stoppe is one mother who didn’t let an empty nest make her idle – she used gifts she had cultivated as a mom to minister to younger mothers in need of a mentor.
Thank YouBeginning a new parent-teacher relationship on the right foot sets a positive tone for the rest of the school year.
Pomp and circumstanceby Tim Wildmon, AFA presidentMy lovely and talented wife Alison and I went to a high school graduation recently here in north Mississippi. … And if this particular graduation exercise was any indication of how things are at other high schools, the rules of etiquette regarding behavior at graduations have changed radically since my year, 1981.
FINANCIAL ISSUES with Dan CeliaQ: When I retire, should I withdraw my IRA or 401K money?
Summer Snow, AFA’s first feature-length movie, shows that one life can make a difference. Also reviewed:• Persecuted: I Will not be Silent• Irreplaceable• Christian fantasy hits mark