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Embraced by Audiences Across the Heartland and Beyond, New Film Inspires Families to Put Christ Back In Christmas LOS ANGELES, Nov.
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LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Award winning television host, Ray Comfort, who stars with Kirk Cameron, challenges Darwin's theory of Evolution and compares it with Creationism in his new book to come out on Darwin's 200th birthday (Feb 12).
ATLANTA - When brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick were looking for inspiration for their third feature-length film, they turned to God for help. "To be honest, I prayed about it," Alex Kendrick said.
By Jeff DeBell Special to The Roanoke Times "Fireproof" features a predictable script, low-budget production values and a mostly amateur cast. It looks more like a TV movie than a theatrical release, and some will finds its pro-Christian message downright corny. But in this case, corny is OK.
By Julie Bloom An almost all-volunteer cast and crew, including a star who was an '80s teen heartthrob, and a plot about a firefighter who saves his marriage by turning to God - it hardly sounds like a recipe for box office success, let alone a best-selling book.
Samuel Goldwyn Films said its movie "Fireproof" far surpassed industry expectations when it took fourth place at the U.S. weekend box office. Produced by Sherwood Pictures in Albany, Ga., with an all-volunteer 1,200-person cast and crew, "Fireproof" was released by Goldwyn on 839 screens.
U.S. actor Kirk Cameron said he has vowed not kiss any woman but his wife -- even if it is part of a film or television role. Cameron told reporters in New York his spouse of 17 years, Chelsea Noble, stood in for his co-star Erin Bethea for a romantic scene in his new film "Fireproof," which was No.
By SUE NOWICKI By Sue Nowicki McClatchy Newspapers KIRK CAMERON, who rose to fame as Mike Seaver in ABC's "Growing Pains" from 1985-92, switched from atheism to Christianity in 1990, married his onscreen girlfriend, Chelsea Noble, in 1991, and is father to six children - four of them adopted.
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