Month: February 2023

Leading film production company Cinedigm acquires and Christian Cinema.

Today, leading film production company Cinedigm announced a major step towards becoming the premier provider of Faith & Family content with the acquisition of movie review and ratings service and faith-based streaming platform Christian Cinema from Giving Company. These two well-known brands will be combined with Cinedigm's existing Dove Channel streaming service, providing a

What we learned from the Asbury Awakening: Attendees reveal surprising lessons during interview with Oregon Faith Report.

Jason Williams, a researcher and writer interviewed dozens of attendees at the Asbury University revival for three days. The resulting "Lessons from Asbury Awakening” report reveals several significant findings. Many young people face intense pressure from social media, peers, and cancel culture. This pressure makes them feel unsafe sharing their personal feelings and prayer requests in

New transgender policy for public schools empathizes with those with gender dysphoria while being steadfast in opposing gender ideology.

The Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon, under the leadership of Archbishop Alexander K. Sample, has implemented a policy to guide schools on how to handle transgender students. It is a comprehensive model that empathizes with those with gender dysphoria while being steadfast in opposing gender ideology. The policy is intended for Catholic schools and all

Ukraine war creates a dire orphan crisis.

According to the Illinois-based Slavic Gospel Association (SGA), the orphan crisis in Ukraine and Russia has intensified due to the ongoing war. The children are being taken away to overcrowded orphanages far away from their families, and the effects are dire. Most of these kids are from war-affected families, abandoned by drug-addicted and alcoholic parents,

Settlement reached in case involving City of Lansing firing Seventh Day Adventist who asked to have Sabbath Day off.

The Justice Department has reached a settlement with the City of Lansing, Michigan, to resolve allegations of religious accommodation and retaliation. The lawsuit claimed that the city violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by discriminating and retaliating against Sylvia Coleman, a Seventh-day Adventist and former detention officer with the city’s police

Annual persecution report for 2022 catalogs persecution against Christians in mainland China.

ChinaAid, an organization that monitors religious freedom in China, has released its annual report detailing the Communist Party of China's (CCP) oppression and persecution of Chinese Christians. The report is based on information from a network of Christians throughout the country, but it is not exhaustive due to the CCP's digital surveillance and totalitarian nature.

“Who Do You Say I Am?” examines the Shroud of Turin from all angles seeking to uncover the truth behind the Shroud.

Written and Directed by Bill Snyder, founder of Patchwork Heart Ministry and created in collaboration with Fiat Ministry Network, "Who Do You Say I Am?" chronicles the ongoing scientific and spiritual investigation surrounding the Shroud of Turin. The Shroud of Turin has long been one of the world's most mysterious and debated artifacts. The cloth bears