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This roundup of reports by other media is provided as a service to Christian publishing and retailing professionals and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Christian Retailing.

February 15, 2012 PDF Print E-mail

Red Letter tee-shirts: Employing 18, apparel company Go Teez/Red Letter 9 will ship close to 100,000 pieces of product this month.

The Daily Times

Matt Kearney's 'good pop': There is “nothing overtly 'Christian'” about Matt Kearney's songs, “just good pop, and he's delving deeper into narrative songwriting with each album.”

The Dallas Observer

President Carter's latest book: President Jimmy Carter's 26th book, a daily devotional published by Zondervan, was a "labor of love."

The Toledo Blade

Store is 'ministry first': Brook Besor in Cropwell, Ala., is a Christian bookstore, a coffee shop and a music venue, “but first we are a ministry,” says owner Tim Hendrix.

The St. Clair Times

David Crowder Band's farewell: Faithful David Crowder Band followers have received “a parting gift” from the disbanding group in the form of "Give Us Rest (A Requiem Mass in C [The Happiest of All Keys])," the band's 34-track, double-disc swan song.


Singer shares Tourette's struggle: Grammy-nominated Christian singer Jamie Grace shares about her struggle with Tourette syndrome to motivate others.

The Winnipeg Free Press

Native bookstore expands: The Northern Canada Evangelical Mission has relocated its Tribal Trails Bookstore to Prince Albert, Sasketchwan.

The Daily Herald

Crime family author speaks: Author Michael Franzese spoke to men at First Baptist Church of Conroe, Texas, about his life in organized crime, his rise in the organization and his ultimate conversion to Christianity.

Your Houston News

Casting Crowns' career achievements: Despite being "part-time" music artists, the members of Casting Crowns have sold more than 8 million albums, won three Grammys and 14 Dove Awards, and two American Music Awards.

The Grand Rapids Press

Store's new name, venue: Crossroads of Life Christian Books and Gifts in Peoria, Ariz., is moving to a new location and unveiling the addition of a coffee shop, a new name (Crossroads Books and Coffee) and a possible venue for live music.

The Arizona Republic

'The next Frank Peretti': Debut UK author Fred Hurr is being promoted as “the new Frank Peretti.”

The Braintree Chronicle

Steven Curtis Chapman's music: Steven Curtis Chapman says that “at the core, it's heart and soul music; it's music that comes from my heart and my soul and my faith.”

The Aiken Standard

Kids book to be filmed: “Mariah Mundi and the Midas Box,” a book by former British vicar GP Taylor, author of the bestseller, “Shadowmancer,” is to be made into a Hollywood movie.

The Gazette & Herald

Band offers 'comfort food': MercyMe is “Christian comfort food—warm and welcoming and something you always want to come home to.”

The Times Record News

Bible apps push boundaries: The makers of Bible apps “care about every last soul, which means they sometimes end up in distant realms of the linguistic and technical worlds.”

The Atlantic

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