Well-read Lucado: San Antonio minister and Christian author Max Lucado “may well be Texas’ best-selling writer of all time.” Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Tomlin’s musical knack: Not only does Chris Tomlin possess a soothing voice that imbues his lyrics with deep emotion, “he also has an uncanny knack for melody.” The Atlanta Constitution-Journal

Mutemath’s faith foundations: From roots in a Christian band, the evolution of Mutemath, “opting… for a freedom of artistic expression untethered from personal professions of faith.” The Washington Post

Bookseller turns writer: Former Christian bookstore owner Jennifer Hayes Yates publishes Let’s Run, a Bible study on the book of Hebrews. Cheraw Chronicle

Bible museum plans: Hobby Lobby’s Steve Green unveils more plans for his family’s Museum of the Bible, in Washington, D.C. News9.com

Woodlawn’s back-story: ESPN anchor Mark Schlabach’s book Woodlawn tells the true story behind the inspirational movie. The Pilot News

Faith and guns: The Armor of Light is “a powerful, provocative documentary that explores the relationship between American gun culture and conservative Christianity.” Vanity Fair

Movie’s Oscar roots: Christian movie Gallows Road was born on the set of Oscar-winning Good Will Hunting. Bluffton Today

War Room music: Musician John Waller tells about the “Crazy Faith” that inspired the song he wrote for War Room. The Citizen