Saturday, August 27, 2005

Vote for Xena:

Go to this site to vote for "Xena: The Warrior Princess," as the Best Show of All Time. You DDDO think it's the best show of all time, don't you?
A note from fellow Xenite, Mary D, if you are voting for Xena as the top show, you have to be accurate in how the show is written in the voting box. DO NOT vote as Xena: Warrior Princess or XWP or Xena. The correct way to vote is by writing Xena: The Warrior Princess.
MINISTRY SEES NARNIA MOVIE AS AN OUTREACH OPPORTUNITY - posted by Andy Rau -- Are you looking forward to "The Lion, the Witch, andthe Wardrobe," scheduled to arrive in movie theaters this winter? So are a lot of Christian ministries, who see in the film not just a promising movie, but an opportunity to share the Gospel story. The Mission America Coalition is looking to organize church leaders[1]throughout America to meet with others in their cities to preview the film and discuss the evangelism opportunities presented by the movie. Even if you don't join an official Narnia-based outreach effort likethis, it's a good reminder for Christians to keep their eyes open forchances to use the Narnia film's allegorical Gospel tale to share their faith with others.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

"Trekkies are prosperous and willing to spend" is an article that has some nice things to say about Renee O'Connor and Lucy Lawless of "Xena" fame.
Renee O'Connor and Bruce Campbell star in Alien Apocalypse, which is airing again on the SciFi channel for those that missed it the first time...
SciFi channel Saturday, September 10, 2005 at 7 pm.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

OK, I sanitized the last line.

Actress LUCY LAWLESS and her husband are fighting over the rights to cult show XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS because they want to make a movie based on the series.
New Zealander Lawless starred in the fantasy show, which was created by her husband ROB TAPERT, who also produced the long-running program.
Tapert is hoping to buy the rights for the show from bosses at Universal so he can make a new film.
Lawless tells internet site, "I think a movie would be great, and I'd love to do it. I've been wanting to do it for years.
"But nobody can agree who owns the rights, and it's a big fat pain in the a%%." 23/08/2005 02:17

Monday, August 22, 2005

This story on the children in northern Uganda really moved me. It's difficult to think that this type of violence is taking place in the world. We all need to pray and do more, if we can, to help.
Newsweek has an interesting new story on religion and spirituality in this week's edition. The online version has links to lots of related stories. You can also take a poll. See how your beliefs stand up to those of your neighbor.
Check out the Everything You Want to Know About the Bible blog.
An excerpt "Bible for the first time? Mmmm. Good question. I was going to say Song of Solomon just because it’s hotsy-totsy (if comparing a woman’s beauty to a flock of goats or the Tower of Babylon does it for you) ..."