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Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media: Season 12 0f Heartland premieres on SVOD and the UP app on July 25th. Rising UP. Heartland, based on a series of books by Lauren Brooke, debuted on Canada’s […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: The broadcast networks have announced their fall schedules. Here are my initial takes on what’s new, night my night (New Shows in Red), from a creative and likelihood to […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and culture: Photo Finish wins sci-fi honor. With the broadcast TV Networks considering their pilots for the 2019 fall schedule announcements to made next week (more on those next week), here’s […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media: Tuesday May 21. That’s the date the group RIP Medical Debt (co-founded by US Navy veteran Jerry Ashton and financial expert Craig Antico)  has designated as the next step […]

Here’s the latest from the crossroads of faith, media and culture: $18 million + and counting. That’s the domestic box office take so far as Breakthrough (which debuted as Easter weekend’s #3 film) enters its second weekend of theatrical distribution. […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media: President Trump is reportedly screening the movie Gosnell today (4/12) at the White House. The film, based on grand jury testimony surrounding the case of former abortion doctor Kermit […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media: Unplanned continued to surprise industry experts, with a strong box office run in its second week for an estimated 8th place finish. The film earned an estimated $3.2 million […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media: Christian Post reports on how innovative way churches can help people crushed by medical debt A Maryland church has wiped out nearly $2 million in medical debt impacting about […]

Here’s the latest from the crossroads of faith and media: More tossed salad and scrambled eggs? I always loved Frasier — particularly the show’s ability to combine insights about life with deft character development and sheer hilarity. In fact, I […]

Here’s the latest dispatch from the crossroads of faith and media: 1. The Hollywood Reporter notes that DC’s Vertigo imprint has cancelled controversial plans to launch Second Coming, a satire comic book pairing Jesus with a superhero named Sun-Man. The […]