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"It's a strange, stubborn faith you keep. To believe that existence has a purpose! "*

This morning I spent my hour “in the garden” waiting with Jesus–actually our little chapel in the near dark. There are supposed to be two people, but I was alone as was the women who kept the 4-5:00 a.m. 223 more words

Happy birthday, Lew Wallace

Lewis Wallace (April 10, 1827 – February 15, 1905) was an American lawyer, Union General in the Civil War, territorial governor and statesman, politician, and author. 606 more words

Hollywood and the Bible

For decades this alliance has produced some of the most vivid and captivating movie epics in cinema history. During the silent film era, Cecil B. DeMille stunned the movie business and the world with… 640 more words

Kingdom Posts

The Greatest Chariot Race

April 1, 2014 progress: 2 movies

1) Ali (2001)

Michael Mann’s films are focused on individuals struggling with identity issues.  In Manhunter (1986), Will Graham is torn between his safe, normal life and the world of the psychotic serial killers he chases.   677 more words

Daily Progress

One Hundred Years Ago...

One of the biggest movie stars of the Silent Era paid a visit to my home town one hundred years ago this week.

According to an article in… 331 more words

Biblical Films, aka money makers

Noah premiered this week starring Russell Crowe, surprising many by sweeping the box office and garnering a “Fresh” certification from Rotten Tomatoes (a website devoted to reviewing and rating movies). 83 more words

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