Entertainment and Arts
A pastor’s vow to a prisoner facing execution to speak out against the death penalty is dramatised in the short film ‘Execution Island’.
Breakthrough tells a startling, back-from-the-brink recovery story that’s sure to leave you scratching your head, even if you don’t share the grateful mother’s faith-miracle conclusions.
The tragic yet inspiring story of Australian missionary Graham Staines is one that will never be forgotten by India’s Christian community, who have suffered persecution for decades.
Christians Like Us is a two-part SBS series that throws together 10 people of different faith persuasions in a house, and airs on Wednesdays.
We spend a lot of time ogling celebrities, their lifestyles, their awards, and ‘who is doing what’. But it’s worth considering the realities of fame.
Singer-guitarist John Mayer brought an element of spirituality to his Auckland show on Saturday night—opening with a moving rendition of the hymn.
As the first Marvel movie to have a stand-alone female lead and female co-writer and director, Captain Marvel enjoys some good bouts of girl power.
The real take-away from the Netflix comedy is that if we look a little closer, perhaps our lives are more ideal than we thought.
Uplifting yet not for the faint-hearted, the new film Hotel Mumbai takes us back to the harrowing terrorist attacks in 2008 on India’s economic capital.
While the trio of divas was taking the world by storm, what fans didn’t know at the time was that Michelle was battling depression.