CASTLE™, Crossroads’ subscription-supported service has turned off its paid-subscription service, making all content including Relative Race and Just Like Mom and Dad — 100% FREE.
Castle, Crossroads’ subscription streaming service is rolling out a premium content slate including coast-to-coast reality TV series Relative Race and family TV show Just Like Mom and Dad FOR FREE.
The Crossroads Communications Inc.-owned service announced that as of September 9, 2019 content will no longer be hidden behind paywall. Until now, all-access to this streaming app has been available to members via monthly/annual subscription fee.
The initiative is part of Crossroads missional effort to…
Meisha here! I am so very excited to have HEY MEISHA! streaming on CASTLE!
It has been a whirlwind summer. We started with just a few Bible stories and one or two lyrics and now we have 6 episodes filled to the brim with: Original Music Videos, Hilarious Sketches, Interactive and mind-blowing crafts and the catchiest praise song ever!
My favorite part of this whole experience was finding our Good News Kids: Keaton, Joy, Makesh and Addison. We had 75 children audition and we could only choose 4 and the 4 that we chose were one of a…
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” ~ Proverbs 22:6 KJV
We’ve all heard that verse a hundred times. Maybe it was last Sunday morning. Or maybe it was years ago as a 5-year-old you dozed during a completely relevant parenting sermon. Or maybe this is the first time you’ve heard this verse. Regardless, everyone knows the force of a habit, good or bad. Our parents do their best to ingrain in us certain habits and routines. Things like brushing our teeth twice a day, washing…
We used to believe that the sky was the limit. That the vast expanse of stars above us was the final frontier for mankind, an untapped mystery as to what lied beyond our earth and if anything did for that matter. That all changed between July 16th and 20th, 1969, when the first space mission, Apollo 11, launched and landed on the surface of our moon, one of the greatest triumphs in human history.
Since that time, many different countries have conducted space exploration missions, including Canada’s own Chris Hadfield, but the wonder of space still remains.
Webb Simpson, professional golfer and American, is currently playing in the British Open Tournament in Europe! Webb is no stranger to the pressure having won the 2012 U.S open tournament as well as the 2018 Players Championship.
When it comes to precision and patience, golf is one of the trickiest and skillful sports to play as a professional athlete. From driving with consistency, to nailing that iron shot, and finally putting with enough finesse to make par for the course, golf proves to be a challenging sport for any wishing to play.
But golf requires more than simply skill and…
“Build It Forward” Added to Castle’s library of great family content
Hit country artist, Paul Brandt, was just recently nominated for entertainer, male artist, and album of the year for the 2019 Canadian Country Music Awards! The winners will be announced on September 8, 2019 in Calgary, Paul’s own stomping grounds!
But the country singer’s talents go beyond his voice and skills on the strings. Since 2011, Paul has been actively involved in his own non-profit organization called “Build it Forward”, a show dedicated to building homes for the less fortunate in North America, as well as third world countries…
All eyes were on the Toronto Raptors this year as Canada won its first NBA Championship, defeating the Golden State Warriors by the score of 114 to 110, in a jaw-droppingly close game. Canadians gathered in cities cost-to-coast, Toronto streets filled with over a million fans chanting “We the North!”, and Maple Leaf Square is now dubbed Jurassic Park.
“It’s fair to say that the Raptors captured the city’s imagination,” said Brad Ross, spokesperson for the City. “It brought people together in a way no other sporting event has before.”
It’s clear athletes hold a significant amount of…
Cassie Randolph opens up in the new season of the reality docuseries “Young Once” about what she is looking for in her ideal marriage partner, if she’s ready for love and what she prays about when it comes to her future.
Young Once completed production only days before Cassie left for filming Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor and in a final interview she shared that she’s open to marriage in her near future. “I do want to get married, I could meet the right person tomorrow or in a year. …
Caelan Tiongson recently filmed season two of the docuseries Young Once which co-stars his former girlfriend Cassie Randolph. Days following production, Cassie joined 30 women competing on this season’s The Bachelor while Caelan moved overseas to play professional basketball in the Philippines. The story of their on-again off-again relationship will play out for audiences beginning February 4th, when Young Once season two begins streaming on Castle (intothecastle.com).
Young Once is a docuseries following the lives of Christians in Southern California as they attend college and navigate life as young adults. It’s unlike any other show in the faith-based genre. WATCH IT HERE.
Young Once show creator Jon Oleksiuk met Cassie Randolph in the fall of 2015 while casting students for a faith-inspired docuseries set at Biola University. Cassie didn’t formally audition for the show.
“Instead of featuring the typical drunk, rowdy frat life that’s common in media portrayals of college, this series intended to showcase a different type of college student, one who finds adventure, builds relationships…
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