News cameras that documented the miraculous rescue of 33 Chilean miners buried 200 stories below ground for 69 days only scratched the surface of what really happened.
Five years after their rescue, "The 33" is a film that unearths the untold stories of faith, hope and love experienced by both the Chilean miners and their loved ones and rescuers above ground.
The new movie, which hits theaters Nov. 13, does not have the overt Christian themes present in recent faith-based box office hits like "Woodlawn" and "War Room." Still, the faith showcased in the big screen adaptation of the miners' true story is undeniable. more >>
A number of former City Harvest Church members have accused Pastor Kong Hee of prosperity gospel preaching, after six CHC church leaders were found guilty of misusing millions in church donations.
A report by The Straits Times on Wednesday featured several interviews with former members who said that CHC's practices are questionable at best.
"Formers members also told The Straits Times about practices in church, saying they felt compelled to give donations, had their whereabouts constantly monitored by church members, or were pressured into buying Ms. Ho's music albums," the article stated, referring to singer Sun Ho, the wife of Kong. more >>
For all you adrenaline junkies out there, this man does what you would only expect to see in a movie.
British climber enthusiast James Kingston decides to scale France's most widely recognized landmark: the Eiffel Tower.
Without the apparent assistance of ropes or the safety of a parachute, Kingston scales the gigantic structure with video camera in tow. more >>
A previously obscure online eccentric evangelist has criticized Starbucks' new plain holiday season cups denuded of traditional secular Christmas symbols, like snow flakes, as anti-Christian, igniting lots of media buzz and online chatter.
It's an old storyline. A purported Evangelical ignoramus makes outrageous public claims to universal ridicule, often led by other Evangelicals.
The new cup design, in simple red and green, actually looks pretty tasteful and is still clearly seasonal. Unfortunately, Starbucks reacted to the faux controversy with a hyper politically correct and pompous explanation including these stupefying quotes: more >>
There once was a little boy who thought he would never have a younger sibling. Then one day, his dream of becoming a big brother became a reality.
Jake's mother delivers the good news that he will become a big brother.
Like any tough guy, Jake, 6, begins to break down and cry, his tears a visible indicator of great joy. more >>
A number of sheriffs have said that they are concerned for the safety of American citizens after close to 6,000 inmates were released from federal prison earlier in November.
A Fox News report featured several of the sheriffs speaking out against the decision by the U.S. Sentencing Commission, which decided to reduce sentences for most drug trafficking offenses. As many as 46,000 inmates incarcerated on various drug offenses are hoping to have their cases reviewed.
"There's no transition here, there's no safety net. This is the biggest sham they are trying to sell the American people," said Sheriff Paul Babeu of Arizona's Pinal County. more >>