Bible museum plans: More than 400,00 artifacts collected by the Hobby Lobby Green family from some of the largest private collections of biblical texts and artifacts in the world will feature in the new Museum of the Bible. News & Record

Bible essays book: The Good Book: Writers Reflect on Their Favorite Bible Passages offers a “singular assortment” of essays. The Buffalo News

Music festival headliners: RiseFest Christian music festival announces its 2016 headliners. The Daily Reporter

CCM veterans’ friendship: Longtime friends—and immensely popular singers—Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith “have the sort of chemistry that can only come with over three decades of friendship.” Fairfax County Times

Bible museum focus: A magazine looks into the Hobby Lobby family-owners’ Museum of the Bible project. The Atlantic

Christian fiction changes: Inspirational novelist Carla Stewart says Christian fiction is entering “a whole new era.” Writer’s Digest

Rapper’s new role: Once a hard-core gangster rapper, Erick Bradley is now a pastor and gospel hip-hop artist. Tyler Morning Telegraph

Chris Tomlin ‘floored’: Chris Tomlin is “floored by the response” to his songs. Billboard

 Bible video game: The Great Bible Race video game features more than 18,000 questions pulled from among the Bible’s roughly 31,000 verses. Detroit Free Press

No ministry regrets: Singer David Phelps has “never had any regrets” choosing Christian music ministry over a career in opera or on Broadway. The Dispatch

Christian music impact: How Christianity infiltrated the Seattle music scene, “with a little help from Mars Hill Church.” The Stranger

Hit song links: The co-writer of the biggest worship songs of the last decade, “How Great Is Our God,” has ties to the leader of “a cult-like Christian ministry.” The Atlantic