September (Web-only) 2008

No More Cheesy, Churchy VideosSubscriber Access Only
The Biola Media Conference included lively debates about Hollywood's efforts to reach a Christian audience. The opportunities are exciting, but are the results much good?
A Christian View of the Economic CrisisSubscriber Access Only
Is the economy really driven by greed?
Christian Financial World Sees Silver Lining in Banking MessSubscriber Access Only
Firms have generally avoided debt and speculative practices, experts and insiders say.
Lost & FoundSubscriber Access Only
Jazzy R&B/pop
Consuming FaithSubscriber Access Only
Tyler Wigg Stevenson says real Christianity isn't the kind you can buy.
Buy to Be, Be to BuySubscriber Access Only
Sure, consumerism is bad. But we need to think about why.
Q & A: Dave RamseySubscriber Access Only
The popular Christian financial adviser on why he thinks the bailout is a disaster.
Eagle EyeSubscriber Access Only
FireproofSubscriber Access Only
The Lucky OnesSubscriber Access Only
Miracle at St. AnnaSubscriber Access Only
Nights in RodantheSubscriber Access Only
Endorsing from the PulpitSubscriber Access Only
Pastors launch challenge of IRS rules on endorsements.
The Blind Spot of the Spiritual Formation MovementSubscriber Access Only
Let's not forget the spiritual discipline of choice for the masses.
Still GrowingSubscriber Access Only
Kirk Cameron, best known as a teen idol in Growing Pains, has been in a lot of Christian movies lately—including Fireproof, from the makers of Facing the Giants.
Micah Challenge USA Urges Focus on Global PovertySubscriber Access Only
Evangelical church leaders plan to circulate letters to presidential candidates.
Repressing ReligionSubscriber Access Only
State Department blasts China on religious freedom.
Hollywood? No, SHER-wood!Subscriber Access Only
How Sherwood Baptist Church became a hot spot for making Christian movies—including Facing the Giants and the upcoming Fireproof, starring Kirk Cameron.
God Is LoveSubscriber Access Only
Robert Yarbrough comments on the plainspoken Beloved Disciple.
Americans' AngelsSubscriber Access Only
Also: Anglicans apologize for what?, Guess who's coming to dinner?, and other questions.
The Discipline of SolitudeSubscriber Access Only
Getting away from the podium and into God's presence.
AppaloosaSubscriber Access Only
The DuchessSubscriber Access Only
Ghost TownSubscriber Access Only
HounddogSubscriber Access Only
IgorSubscriber Access Only
Lakeview TerraceSubscriber Access Only
Evangelical Publishers Score Big with Palin BooksSubscriber Access Only
Tyndale picks up earlier title, and Zondervan taps Christian mystery writer.
Debauchery and CrucifixesSubscriber Access Only
The Hold Steady reminds us of "something bigger."
All You Need to Know About the Assemblies of GodSubscriber Access Only
A primer for Palin watchers and others.
Finding God in Ordinary LifeSubscriber Access Only
The great filmmaker Robert Bresson sought to depict truth and goodness in a world where "things are going very badly."
Brighter Than SundanceSubscriber Access Only
Indiana film festival finds success highlighting "hope and respect."
Burn After ReadingSubscriber Access Only
Righteous KillSubscriber Access Only
The WomenSubscriber Access Only
A glittering couture-clad all-female cast tells a story about love and relationships, but with an unfortunately narcissistic bent.
From Misery to MasterySubscriber Access Only
Abused as a child, Tyler Perry has overcome his troubled past to become one of Hollywood's hottest names—all while remaining bold about his Christian faith.
One Stunning IslandSubscriber Access Only
Thanks to a film distributor called Film Movement, you too can discover rare and foreign cinematic treats like The Island and many more.
A Southern Baptist ManifestoSubscriber Access Only
Dockery proposes keeping essentials and nonessentials in balance.
Bangkok DangerousSubscriber Access Only
Save MeSubscriber Access Only
Salvation Not NeededSubscriber Access Only
The star of Save Me says ex-gay ministries can do a world of good for its clients, but also believes there's no such thing as "converting" homosexuals to go straight.
Looking BackSubscriber Access Only
Mike Roe discusses the inspiration behind Holy Ghost Building, the new album from the Seventy-Sevens that explores America's rich heritagee of gospel-blues.
The Ill-Tempered KlavierSubscriber Access Only
Music to Raise the Dead: 1972-1998Subscriber Access Only
Red BalloonSubscriber Access Only
God and a GirlSubscriber Access Only
Lost in EgyptSubscriber Access Only
Ten StonesSubscriber Access Only
The Generous Soul
The Generous Soul
Why overcoming the Scrooge in all of us begins with gratitude.