AION is a group of designers that focuses on adventure and nature to create community across the globe for fair-trade clothing. Founder, Michael Massie emphasizes that the company collaborates with local craftsmen in various cities including Bali and Indonesia to help them grow their business. We talked with Massie four years ago about how he […]

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Mark your calendars for June 3! The story of Jonah will come from the stage to the screen in the first time ever that Sight & Sound Theatres’ will take their stage play and bring it to 700 movie theatres across the country in a one-night theatrical event. Filmed in front of a live audience in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, JONAH: On […]

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Joe Kissack seemingly had it all. He had power, wealth and a loving family. He managed the domestic sales and marketing efforts for dozens of television shows and movies, including Seinfeld. But Kissack eventually hit rock bottom when he was hospitalized for his addictions and suicidal depression. Risen interviewed Kissack five years ago, and we […]

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Merle Dandridge’s dad was in the Air Force so the talented actress was actually born in Japan but spent most of her childhood in Nebraska. Growing up in the midwest taught her core values and a great love of people. She says, “Nebraska is based in God, corn, cows, and football.” A foundation that serves […]

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What happens when you give a high school student $100? Many will go buy a new outfit, video game or go to the movies. But for a group of junior high and high school students in San Diego, they multiplied the $100 given to them through Project 25. Founded by Nate Landis of Urban Youth […]

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Oftentimes in life, we ask the questions, “Why am in in these circumstances? Why did you put me in this situation?” Whether it’s a loss of a job, teen pregnancy, cancer diagnosis, it can be hard to see God’s faithfulness. For Tia Ross, she found herself pregnant at age 16 and asking those very questions. […]

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Discussing politics and religion is often seen as taboo. People either avoid it at all costs or they engage in a dinner conversation and later regret it when family members refuse to talk to each other after a heated argument. For writer/producer/director, Dan Merchant, he addresses the polarizing social issues that have long kept Christians […]

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In 2001 MercyMe debuted “I Can Only Imagine,” “Here with Me,” “Homesick,” and “So Long Self,” which sold more than 9 million units in CD, single and DVD sales, garnered 27 No. 1 multi-format Christian radio singles and four consecutive mainstream radio hits.  The GRAMMY®-nominated, multiple American Music Award and Dove Award winners made history […]

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Melchor Menor became a professional Muay Thai fighter at the age of 19. He would go on to secure two world championships. Menor gained recognition in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and in the professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). We spoke with him five years ago about his faith journey and how the training he […]

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Summer vacation can be a difficult time if you are a college student. As much as you want to go on vacation and check out from studying, college advisors and professors are often encouraging and pushing students to do internships or jobs that will build their resumes and help them land the job that they […]

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