Winter Jam record: Founded in 1995, Winter Jam has become one of the top tours in the world for total attendance, selling 500,000 tickets in 2013. The Olympian

Store’s new home: Majesty Bible & Gifts secures a new location. The Turlock Journal

TobyMac’s musical gumbo: TobyMac’s music is “like a big old pot of gumbo.” Fairfax County Times

Third Day peak: Two decades in, singer Mac Powell thinks that Third Day has just hit a new musical peak. Caller Times

Kirk Franklin’s message: Singer Kirk Franklin wants people to know that “the Bible is not a book that’s an attack on gay people.”

Top 20 rapper: A Michigan artist has been named one of the top 20 Christian rappers of all time. Lansing State Journal

Tomlin’s “special song”: Chris Tomlin says his “Love Ran Red” is “just a special song.”

Students pen bestseller: Students at an Atlanta Christian school have become bestselling authors with their advice book, If I Were in Charge.

Woodlawn character reflects: High school football coach and three-time Super Bowl player Jeff Rutledge reflects on being portrayed in Woodlawn. East Valley Tribune

Faith parenting book: A pastor and writer teamed up to write Not Really “Of” Us: Why Do Children of Christian Parents Abandon the Faith? The Blade

New football movie: Shake Off the World is about a high school football player who is forced to overcome a crisis of faith. The Robesonian

Store hosts journalers: Christian bookstore hosts a Bible journaling workshop. Times-Gazette

Chris Tomlin’s calling: Grammy Award-winning Chris Tomlin says, “God set me on this path.” Richmond Times-Dispatch

Skillet’s biggest fans: Die-hard Skillet fans are known as “Panheads.” Rio Rancho Observer

Fools’ church service: Two members of Rush of Fools are local church worship leaders. Dothan Eagle

Assessing “Christploitation” movies: “Christploitation” films “are built to serve their niche for maximum financial turnaround.” The Guardian