Gina E. Ryder

Christian Post Contributor

Marine Corp Lifts Ban on 'Killed in Action' Wristbands

The Marine Corps ended its controversial ban on bracelets honoring U.S. troops killed in combat. Commandant Gen. Jim Amos announced a lift on the ban Tuesday allowing marines in uniform to wear the Killed in Action (KIA) bracelets that bear the names of the fallen in Afghanistan, Iraq or other combat zones.

Are Christian Films Saving Hollywood?

The recent success of Christian films like “Seven Days in Utopia” and "Machine Gun Preacher" has movie industry insiders asking the question, “Are Evangelicals Saving Hollywood?” Or better yet, what does the mainstream acceptance of recent Christian films say about the faith-based movie business?

What Do the iOS 5 Error Messages Mean?

Since the launch of iOS 5 Thursday, users have been lamenting across the web about upgrade challenges they are facing in the downloading of Apple’s new operating system – especially about the error messages they receive during their set-up process.