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Leigh Anne Tuohy brings her inspirational Blind Side experience to GMC’s first original world premiere reality series.
Part One of a two part Romantic Drama
The winning team will be announced during the Season Finale of The American Bible Challenge on Thursday, May 23rd.
Rather than wait for months, you can already own The History Channel’s series on The Bible, in HD or otherwise!
In a world that seems to have lost hope in the power of dreams, with The Moment, hope is rediscovered and we see that once again, dreams can become reality.
Courtesy of BBC, you can be one of two lucky Hollywood Jesus readers to win the Blu-ray combo pack of One Life available now.
The television event of the year shatters home entertainment records.
After watching the ten hour miniseries played out over five consecutive Sunday nights, it’s time to sit back and make a few observations about lessons learned from the show. I present seven of these for your consideration.
The final installment of The Bible begins with a fascinating look into an area many people don’t consider when thinking about Jesus’ arrest, trial, and crucifixion—the political undercurrents at the time. But there’s more!
The Bible finished its five-week cable run Sunday night like it began: beating zombies.
There’s only one episode of The Bible left, and it’s absolutely fitting that it will air on Easter Sunday.
Many lessons can be taken from The Bible, and you can apply them to your everyday life!
Courtesy of Grace Hill Media, you can be one of three lucky Hollywood Jesus readers to win a set of books and the CD related to the History Channel’s The Bible miniseries, available now.
Watching the fourth episode of the History Channel’s adaptation, I’m sure it’s art. Even as the rabbi implores the crowd to see Jesus as blasphemy, much in the same way some of the critics have attacked the show, the portrayal of Jesus by Diogo Morgado breathes a Gospel-worthy image of the teacher/Messiah/Christ onto the small screen.
The actor’s raw emotion in fleshing out how Matthew must have felt when Jesus spoke love into his heart, then called him to follow (showing he was not just a good-for-nothing), was so pure. Tears flowed on his face and mine! It stood out for me as one of the most believable moments in the series, which has been somewhat lopsided when it comes to grab-me-and-make-me-feel-it scenes.
What was I really expecting to see in the fourth installment of The Bible on Sunday night? Pretty much what everybody else was—the life and ministry of the Son of God. And over two hours, that’s what I was treated to.
With Easter only one week away, it’s time to take a look at the main part of Jesus’ time on earth.
Anointed Ink’s Scott Hill shares the mission of his ministry and the experience of ABC.
Watch this inspiring testimony from Scott, a Christian tattoo artist who turned his life around and is now testing his knowledge of scripture by competing in Season 2 of “The American Bible Challenge” which premieres Thursday, March 21.
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