This Week’s Best of the Web, Featuring the Trailer for “God’s Not Dead”

    Hey girls! Happy (almost) weekend!

    One of our goals here at PI is to bring you the best of the best on the web each week, so we’d love to hear what you are interested in knowing about. What do you love and want to see more of? Let us know in the comments!

    Awesome video of the week:

    Last week, we posted a trailer for the Christian film Grace Unplugged. Several of you girls pointed out another great flick that’s soon to be released: God’s Not Dead. We agree that it looks great and wanted to highlight it this week! For those who haven’t seen the trailer yet, we can’t wait to hear what you think. Are you excited for the movie’s release?


    Top shared Facebook photo from the Project Inspired page:



    Godly tweet from gospel singer @kirkfranklin:


    Sweet Pinterest image:


    What caught your eye on the web this week? Which of this week’s PI Picks was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!


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    1. I agree! This looks great! And these images are so nice they make me wish I was on Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram! Also, Kari Job has some great stuff on FB if you “like” her. She’s always posting cute, truthful, encouraging things that make me look forward to her posts 🙂

    2. Wow I love this song from Newsboys and am most definitely going to go see this movie.:) I am a senior in college and this is mostly the way professors approach the topic of God. They either explain away God as a myth, or I’ve even heard of them explain religion as a cult religion, or they say that it was a superstitious way of thinking that people thought back then. We as Christians are definitely living in a time where we need to be prepared for the onslaught of criticism that the secular world and universities are going to come against us with.

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