TobyMac does Motown: TobyMac’s concert presentation is “almost like the Motown Review was.” Waco Tribune


Hollywood’s faith interest: From Hollywood’s perspective, the recent spate of faith-friendly fare “has its roots in money.” Richmond Times-Dispatch


Teacher’s Bible devotions: College professor Victoria Caruana has written 40 devotions for the Holman Christian Standard The Teacher’s Bible.


Top Christian singers: The 50 most-liked Christian music stars in America.


Apologist’s new book: Apologist Larry Taunton talks of his friendship with the subject of his new book, The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World’s Most Notorious Atheist. Billings Gazette


Winter Jam headliners: Winter Jam headliners for KING & COUNTRY went “from hopeless to Grammy winners.” The Roanoke Times


Stephen Baldwin’s faith: Actor Stephen Baldwin speaks about his involvement with faith films on ABC’s Today show. World Religion News


Wildlife inspires book: Wildlife biologist Jim Lewis’ new book, One Chosen: The Spirit of Living Creatures, was inspired by his work as a project leader and endangered species biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Reporter-Herald


Hollywood and belief: Discussing “why Hollywood resists nuanced religious content.” Religion News Service


Christian journalists meet: Christian journalists address the hot-button issue of immigration at the annual convention of the Evangelical Press Association. Religion News Service


Scripture sticker success: Kelly Shiley has turned her Scripture Art business, which sells vinyl peel-and-stick products with Bible verses and other inspirational messages, into a multi-million dollar concern.


Meet the Messengers: A profile of Christian music newcomer We Are Messengers. The Tennessean


Jesus’ temptation movie: Ewan McGregor plays both Jesus and the Devil in Last Days in the Desert, which imagines Christ’s 40 days in the wilderness.


Songwriting couple profiled: Benji and Jenna Cowart are the songwriters behind hits for the likes of Aaron Shust, Meredith Andrews, Josh Wilson, City Harmonic, and Big Daddy Weave. Times-Gazette


God ‘designs possibilities’: Novelist Catherine Brakefield says, “God doesn’t create coincidences—He designs possibilities.” Macomb Daily


Young Jesus movie: The director of The Young Messiah insists the movie about a young Jesus does not contradict the Bible.