SIGHT launches with an A CinemaScore and 100% Rotten Tomatoes audience score

A film that follows the true story of a Chinese American who becomes a world-renowned eye surgeon and sets out to restore the sight of a blind orphan had a successful opening.

Sight, which launched in 2,000 theatres on May 24, achieved an A CinemaScore and an A+ with audiences under 24. The biopic also came out on top, receiving a 100% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Watoto Children's Choir visits Westman with song and dance for Jesus

Two churches in western Manitoba teamed up to bring a powerful and hope-filled evening to the region.

Together the Shoal Lake Baptist and the Strathclair Baptist Churches hosted the Watoto Children's Choir at the Strathclair Bend Theatre last week, bringing smiles to their audience with the high energy and incredible talent in these young people mostly from Uganda, Africa.

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'Changed my life forever': Leanna Crawford honours 103-year-old aunt in new single

Christian artist Leanna Crawford released a new single called 'Still Waters (Psalm 23)' which honours her great aunt's incredible faith that had a ripple effect throughout her life.

Crawford's story of coming to Christ involves her late aunt Maurine, of whom she sings in this track. 

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SBC president reflects on year of growth and student transformation

Steinbach Bible College (SBC) aims to solidify young people's identity in Christ before they head off into the work force, and that is what the new president of the college has recently witnessed.

"It was my first year as president so I'm learning all kinds of new things every month," says Dave Reimer, President of SBC. "Mission X was exciting where first-year students spent a week in the inner city of Winnipeg. All of our second-year students living up north in northern Manitoba communities, developing honest relationships there, that is a unique thing that happens at SBC."

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Woman praising God after birthing baby in car, says 'true testimony to God's faithfulness'

A Kentucky woman is giving all the glory to God after her son made a quick entrance into the world. 

On May 8, at 37 weeks pregnant, Brooke Canady woke up feeling sick. She decided to take the day off work. Shortly after waking she started having strong contractions only five minutes apart. 

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Winnipeg Goldeyes take a break to help serve at Siloam Mission

The Winnipeg Goldeyes took a day off the field Monday to help people experiencing homelessness in Winnipeg.

The entire team visited Siloam Mission, where they prepared and served breakfast. The Goldeyes also sorted and hung donations in the clothing store, greeted the community, posed for photos and signed autographs.

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Braving headwinds: How one woman's bike trek aims to combat childhood isolation and anxiety

Growing up in today's world, children face pressures that generations before never had to deal with.

On Saturday, May 25, Kristen Schulz, interim camp director for Calvary Temple Camp, set out on a 1,300-kilometre trek, from Winnipeg to Calgary, to not only experience these same feelings and obstacles but also to raise funds to help send kids to camp.

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'You can see His handiwork in the bees': Buzzing about honey bees and faith

Beekeepers across the province are coming together in Winnipeg today to celebrate their work, and one beekeeper says the craft has brought him closer to God.

Michael Clark is an apiarist living in Wawanesa, Man. Beekeeping has been in Clark's family for three generations and the Clarks have been doing it for over 100 years. 

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Kids with dyslexia and other learning disabilities gain access to audio Bibles

Handheld audio players from MegaVoice can be huge spiritual encouragement to kids, especially if they don’t enjoy reading as much yet.  

Audio Bibles can also bless kids with a variety of special needs. In early May, MegaVoice connected with parents and churches who have special needs children. The event, Make ‘m Smile, comes from the foundation Nathaniel’s Hope; it connects these families to local resources available to them. 

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March for Jesus France sees record attendance of 25,000

This past weekend Christians from all denominations flooded the streets of Paris, near the Eiffel Tower, for the March for Jesus France. 

"We do believe it’s God’s time for this city, nation, this continent and this generation for the greatest revival and harvest in history," says Pastor Jean-Luc Trachsel, who spoke during the event. "So beautiful to see this multitude from so many denominations including non-charismatic people and so many who just got saved being baptized and filled with The Holy Spirit and fire."

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'We want to be a part of this area': St. James church opens doors to community with free BBQ

About 60 people gathered at a Winnipeg church late Wednesday afternoon to enjoy a summer BBQ.

Susan Gustafson is the ministry and personnel chair at Crestview United Church. She says it's important to reach beyond the four walls of the church.

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Long-awaited Season 4 of The Chosen available to stream this weekend

Fans of The Chosen won't have to wait much longer to watch Season 4 of the popular show. 

The creators announced Wednesday, that the latest season will be available to the public for streaming this weekend.

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WATCH: Westwood Collegiate rallies to guide duck family to freedom

Students and staff at Westwood Collegiate completed a successful project this week, but it didn't involve pen and paper.

Instead, a duck decided to nest near an empty compost bin in the school's courtyard, leading the school to devise a plan to get the mother duck and her babies back to their natural habitat. 

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'Little did I know that short drive would change my life': How a bike blessing led one man to Jesus

Ron Gross's life was flipped upside down about a year ago when he received devastating news that would change his life moving forward.

"I found out I've got stage four prostate cancer, and I was given five to seven years to live," said Gross. 

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How a moment in jail changed everything for this Canadian artist

Since the day that Canadian artist, Brother Blooms was born, music has always been a part of his life. Now he uses it to point others to God. 

Whether it was the music on the radio or what his mom would sing to him or the songs that his brother would write, music was a constant. "My mom used to sing to me all the time when I was a baby to put me to sleep and it kind of just grew on me over the years. My older brother was a songwriter and that really intrigued me," he says.

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Off the Charts Music Festival a 'collision of heaven and earth'

A free Christian music festival hosting well-known artists, like Sidewalk Prophets, is ready for another gathering of believers from Canada and the U.S.A.

The Off the Charts Music Festival takes place just over the U.S. border in Cavalier, ND this August. The park is only an hour and a half drive south of Winnipeg, which often brings many Manitobans to the event. 

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