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In a lengthy video posted on New Year's Day, actor Alec Baldwin opened up about his accidental killing of "Rust" cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and revealed he has been seeking spiritual and religious guidance.
The 63-year-old celebrity thanked those who have been "kind and thoughtful and generous in spirit" in the wake of the fatal shooting, calling their support "just incredible."
"It's New Year's Day, and I'm hopeful that this year will be better than last year," Baldwin said. "I can't imagine it being as bad or worse than last year. Although, I look at last year and my daughter, Lucia, was born in February. So last year was a great year in spite of the problems we are facing."
Novak Djokovic's chance to play for a 10th Australian Open title was thrown into limbo Thursday when the country denied him entry and canceled his visa because he failed to meet the requirements for an exemption to COVID-19 vaccination rules.
The top-ranked Djokovic announced on social media Tuesday that he had "exemption permission" and he landed in Australia late Wednesday with a medical exemption from the Victoria state government that was expected to shield him from the strict vaccination regulations in place for this year's first major tennis tournament.
But national border authorities didn't accept the exemption, with the Australian Border Force issuing a statement saying Djokovic failed to meet entry requirements.
A great deal of debate has arisen over the years about certain movies, music and television shows, and whether Christians should absorb or stay away from them.
Evangelist Shawn Bolz doesn't advocate one position or the other. However, he does have some advice for those who have questions as to whether or not they are damaging their relationship with Christ by watching or listening to these "secular" forms of arts and entertainment.
He and Bob Schuller discussed the topic on a recent episode of Schuller's "Praise" on TBN.
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