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Soul Surfer Rides Wave of Faith, Resilience -- April 8, 2011

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Soul Surfer Rides Wave of Faith, Resilience
Christian Hamaker
Soul Surfer inspires in its depiction of overcoming physical setbacks and the role faith plays in the lives of surfer Bethany Hamilton and her close-knit family.
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Add Arthur to the List of Needless Remakes
Christa Banister
This time around the titular role is played by none other than Russell Brand, who's really more of an acquired taste than the lovable everyman that Dudley Moore ever was.
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Love Takes Center Stage in Born to Be Wild
Christa Banister
Baby animals are nothing short of pure adorableness—something the documentary filmmakers definitely use to full crowd-pleasing effect in Born to Be Wild.
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The 5th Quarter Fumbles Attempt to Inspire
Susan Ellingburg
This could have been a touching tribute to the power of inspiration. Instead, The 5th Quarter is like one of those "issue of the week" made-for-TV movies.
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Make a Defense: We Can Answer Life's Big Questions
Chuck Colson
Have you ever shied away from a conversation about science versus faith? Well, you don't have to.
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Faith and The Church

How to Engage Your Ministry's Volunteers
Whitney Hopler
Do you have trouble recruiting good volunteers to contribute to your ministry's work, or sadly watch good volunteers quit when you still need their help?
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Don't Parent in Isolation
Elisabeth Corcoran
I used to be the kind of mom that felt threatened when others offered help or advice -- as if I weren't a good enough mother in my own right.
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Today's Devotional

Redeemer (from "The Connection Devotional with Skip Heitzig")
Christ also suffered once for sins... that He might bring us to God (1 Pet. 3:18).
Jesus, our Redeemer, is my favorite subject.
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