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History Channel series tells Jesus’ life story according to those who knew him

This series avoids some of the sins of past television documentaries on Christianity, and offers a good overview of the Bible's supporting characters.

Morgan Freeman searches for ‘The Story of God’ in Israel

The third season of his National Geographic show is filming in Bethlehem, Megiddo and Jerusalem.

Remembering Luke Perry as the voice of Judas

The former teen idol had several Christian projects to his credit.

A priest will provide the sacraments … on Italian reality TV

It's not for show; it's to fulfill the request of one of the show's competitors.

This episode of ‘Little House on the Prairie’ reveals the secret of Christmas

"Christmas at Plum Creek" captures the essence of the true meaning of the holiday.

Brandon Micheal Hall’s ‘God Friended Me’ gets skeptical young people thinking

'God Friended Me' is a humorous but thought-provoking CBS drama that challenges Millennials to think about the bigger questions.

Netflix wants to roll out more faith- and family-based shows

Move would target an audience they see as “a significant percentage of the population.”

Can watching ’13 Reasons Why’ help you be a better parent?

There are still plenty of reasons not to watch this show, now available on Netflix, but there are some good lessons to draw from it also.

Catholic priest to compete on American Ninja Warrior

Father Stephen Gadberry will use the obstacle course as a stage for Evangelization.

What does child psychology tell us about how much TV kids should watch?

As with most things, the boundaries parents put in place makes a verifiable difference.

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