Who’s In Your Corner? Heavyweight Champion Chris Byrd Written by Mei Ling Starkey Whether playing a sport or going through life, the words of a friend, family member or coach have the power to get us through some of the toughest times. Whether fighting Evander Holyfield, or talking to youth, two-time heavyweight champ and Olympic […]

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Self-Reliance Made Him Strong, But Surrendering Gave Him Significance He grew up wanting to be the complete opposite of his father, he didn’t want to follow God, and certainly didn’t want to be the President of World Vision … but it’s not about what Rich Stearns wanted, and fortunately, he says, he figured that out. This […]

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Star Trek Into Darkness’ Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto & Zoe Saldana Written by Kelli Gillespie Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto step onto the starship once again as the popular pairing of Captain Kirk and Spock aboard the USS Enterprise. Avatar’s Zoe Saldana reprises the role of Uhura and Risen voyaged to the United Kingdom to […]

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Iron Man 3: Gwyneth Paltrow & Sir Ben Kingsley  Written by Kelli Gillespie Gwyneth Paltrow returns for the third film in the Iron Man franchise as Pepper Potts. Her on-screen relationship with the witty billionaire Tony Stark is however, entirely more complicated than her real-life marriage with Coldplay’s Chris Martin. She talks to Risen about […]

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The Great Gatsby: Leonardo DiCaprio & Carey Mulligan Written by Kelli Gillespie The roaring 20’s was a time of opulence, indulgence, and unforgettable fashion. The era comes to life on-screen through F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel The Great Gatsby. Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan talk with Risen about re-writing the past, dreams for the future, […]

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“42” Jackie Robinson: Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman Written by Kelli Gillespie He was a hero to many, and a game-changer to all. Jackie Robinson forever transformed the game of baseball and it was accomplished with the visionary General Manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Branch Rickey. Both men were Christians and had a faith that […]

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Bikes and Beads Lead to Business and a Better Life: The Blessings of 31 Bits Written by Samantha Baer Paper can take on many forms. It can be bound and made into a book or magazine, it can be folded through origami and turned into a crane, or cut all over until it becomes a […]

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A Most Unlikely Convert: Rosaria Butterfield Written by Samantha Baer It wasn’t that she didn’t like Christians; she despised them.  To her, they were shallow people who quoted verses to fit an occasion, but had no depth in explaining the Bible. She was a lesbian and member of the gay activist movement in the early […]

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The Freedom of Boundaries: Dr. Henry Cloud Written by Henry Ortlip Just as each year has seasons, so does life. There is a time to reap, a time to sow, a time to flourish, a time to grow, and while you may be inclined to think of the 1965 Byrds’ song, or the Book of […]

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The Brother of Atheist Christopher Hitchens Speaks Out About God: Peter Hitchens Returns to Faith Written by Chris Ahrens Peter Hitchens’ sixth and latest book, The Rage Against God, opens with the author as an adolescent attempting to burn his Bible, and ends decades later with him arguing in favor of the smoldering tome’s main […]

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