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Dr. George Washington Carver

Born to a slave couple during the Civil War and orphaned as a baby, Carver paid for his college education by selling his own paintings. The Iowa State graduate and Tuskegee professor, who revolutionized the economy of America’s south, is one of the most inspiring men of faith and science. Turning down offers to work for Henry Ford and Thomas…

The Loss of the Columbia

Saturday, February 1, 2003, almost 17 years to the day that the Space Shuttle Challenger was lost on Jan. 28, 1986, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated while attempting re-entry. All seven crew members aboard lost their lives in the tragedy. The loss of the members of Columbia’s crew, including one Israeli, was felt around the world. The members of the…

The American Music Awards

The American Music Awards are on as I write this, but I am about to turn the show off. After seeing undoubtedly the worst “hosts” the producers could have possibly chosen, the Awards Show earns a “What Were They Thinking?” award from me. During the short but seemingly interminable time I had the show on, 50% of the “hosts”” comments…

Christian Magazine Grew From Calendar

Free publication focuses on positive music, activities and personalities was the header of the January 7, 2003, article in The Tennessean that covered the development of Christian Activities Magazine from a free one-page handout to its present incarnation as a statewide magazine and international website. On January 7, 2003, Tim Adkins of The Tennessean wrote an article about Christian Activities…

Christmas Comes to Agape

December 19 might have been a dreary, rainy day outside in Nashville, but inside hearts were merry as Agape Inc. hosted their annual party for the children cared for by their children’s services. The toy drive sponsored by ChristianActivities.Com, the Belle Meade Plantation Belles Barbie Doll Club and KB Toys Bellevue Center found Christian Activities publisher Kathryn Darden looking a…

Nashville Christmas Parade Will Roll on Dec. 7

Grammy-winning, Oscar-nominated and Dove-award-winning executive/producer/composer, Tony McAnany, will host pre-event activities for the 50th Annual Nashville Gas Christmas Parade, Saturday, December 7. Thousands of parade fans are expected to attend this free event. Beginning at 9:00 a.m. outside the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville, McAnany will introduce an all-star cast of artists to perform songs from the recently released Let’s…

Andrew Peterson Hosts 3rd Annual Christmas Musical

Watershed/Essential Records’ recording artist Andrew Peterson takes to the stage again this holiday season for the third annual showing of his original Christmas musical, “Behold the Lamb of God-A Lyrical Retelling of the Story of Christ.” Peterson’s unique adaptation of the Christmas story will be presented at The Belcourt Theatre in Nashville, Tenn., Sunday, Dec. 15, at 3:00 p.m. and…

Christmas at Agape

Agape is the Greek word for unconditional, pure, giving love. It is also the name of a child services organization that provides adoptions, foster care, maternity services, counseling, and other children’s services. For the past four years, Christian Activities Magazine has partnered with the Belle Meade Plantation Belles Barbie Doll Club to donate toys and dolls to Agape, Inc. Last…

‘Tis the Season!

Multi-Dove Award nominee Pam Thum and her husband, singer/songwriter, Stephen Marshall, are among the featured artists on the 2 disc set from American Family Radio entitled “American Family Christmas: A Little Boy’s Prayer.” The 2 CD set was debuted on November 1 on over 200 American Family radio stations across the country. The one-hour special, which was hosted by Thum…

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