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Audacious Aussie Bishop Uses Memes to Preach

With the declining number of Christians practicing their faith, church leaders are getting creative in reaching out to more people. A bishop in Australia uses online humor to share the Good News.

Audacious Aussie Bishop Uses Memes to Preach

With the declining number of Christians practicing their faith, church leaders are getting creative in reaching out to more people. A bishop in Australia...

Pokémon Go Craze Reaches Churches

On July 6, game developer Niantic released Pokémon Go, the new augmented reality game app. The online game lets players find virtual Pokémon characters...

Three Great Bible Apps

You know you're in the twenty-first century when pastors start opening their sermons with "open your apps" to Genesis, chapter... All of three of these...

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Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’ leads September’s family-friendly lineup

More than a few of my childhood nights were spent sitting in my bedroom, wondering why my father was watching a “boring” PBS documentary on the Civil War.