Lotz family bereaved: Danny Lotz, the husband of Bible teacher Anne Graham Lotz, died after being found unconscious in a swimming pool outside his home. The Gazette

Shack author’s latest: The Shack author William P. Young’s new novel, Eve, is “likely to prove similarly provocative with its interpretation of the creation narrative that suggests Adam, not Eve, triggered the Fall.” Goodreads.com

Building 429 preview: Building 429 previews music from its new album at the annual LifeLight Festival. Argus Leader

Parallel Bible prints: The creators of the Parallel Bible smartphone app are planning to produce a print copy of some of the images people have posted alongside Bible verses. VirginiaBeach.com

‘Toxic’ movie diets: War Room producer Stephen Kendrick says the success of Christian films is partly a reaction against the “toxic diet” coming out of Hollywood. The Charlotte Observer

Faith films’ funding: The movie version of 90 Minutes in Heaven is financed and produced by Giving Films, a new Christian movie studio that donates all its profits to a group of charities. Daily Inter Lake

Woodlawn‘s Oscar star: Oscar winner Jon Voight takes a lead role in Woodlawn, the latest Christian movie from brothers Jon and Andy Erwin. AL.com

Bible sales booming: The Bible business is booming, with 40 million annual sales. The Washington Post

MercyMe’s chart record: As MercyMe’s “Flawless” leads Billboard‘s Christian Airplay chart for a fifth week, it also becomes the veteran act’s record-extending 14th No. 1. Billboard

Christian music pioneer: Christian music pioneer Chuck Girard is still performing. Press & Sun-Bulletin

DC Talk reunites: TobyMac reunites with his old DC Talk partners on his new album. Billboard

Inspirational film praised: Chasing Grace is “a movie for—but not just for—Christians.” The Charlotte Observer

The ‘You’ Bible: A new Bible app allows verses to be personalized to each individual reader’s name and gender. The Blaze

Christian fiction interview: In teacher John Schreiber’s inspirational fiction, “some things don’t work out well for Christians.” The Post Bulletin

Bible museum features: The Museum of the Bible being built in Washington DC will feature ancient artifacts and treasures from the Holy Land under a new deal that ensures Israel’s leading archaeological organization will have an outpost in the U.S. capital. ABC News