Forgive Us Our Debts: Family Christian Turns to the Law for Grace
Bankrupt bookstore chain searches for a new buyer.
The Best Worship Music You Won't Hear on Christian Radio
It's like finding needles in a hymnstack.
The Religious Roots of Protest
How justice movements have co-opted the church’s music.
Remembering Andrae Crouch, Dead at 72
The gospel music legend combined Saturday night with Sunday morning.
What Does It Mean to Be Black-ish?
How “exceptional” African Americans still bolster our stereotypes.
Why I Stopped Hating Christian Music
It's easy to hate on Christian music, but Christian musicians often find themselves in impossible terrain.
Bringing Booty Back
Finding the right reasons for self-acceptance amid a body-positive music boom.
Where Are the Female Christian Rappers?
As more women top the charts, their Christian counterparts struggle to break through.
Singer in the City
An enchanting voice out of New York’s Redeemer Church, Melanie Penn finds herself in her music, her church, and her city.
Crowder Goes Hog Wild
"Neon Steeple" is a throwback and a step forward at the same time.
Beyoncé Vs. the Bible
Was her sexy Grammy performance with Jay-Z actually good for marriage?
Let There Be Arcade Fire
The famous indie rock band reinvents itself in search of another 'passionate age.'
Chris Tomlin: On Top of the World
The most-sung artist in music history opens up about worship, justice, humility, and leading people to experience God on the most successful tour of his career.
The Legacy of Rich Mullins's Ragamuffin Band
Producer Reed Arvin remembers the fearless, soulful musician whose music challenged and transcended Christian pop.
Jason Harrod: Singing Between Doubt and Belief for 20 Years
The folk singer-songwriter writes about faith after the 'mountaintop experiences.'
Can NoiseTrade's Free Downloads Still Save Music?
Why Derek Webb thinks his 6-year-old music site still beats the streaming services.
Derek Webb Grows Up
How the embattled songwriter made his way to musical maturity.
Community Is In the Details
Justin McRoberts's latest project is a lovingly crafted set of letters.
The Radical Christianity Of Kendrick Lamar
But if Lamar’s secular indulgences have alienated him from a Christian audience, his Christian impulses may be a handicap with the secular crowd. The central irony of Lamar’s career is that he is a noble soul at the vanguard of a culture that rewards the ignoble — a good kid who not only survived the mad city, but got elected mayor.
Steinberg's 'Passion' premiers in Portland
"Steinberg died in 1946 never having heard his only sacred work performed. And neither did anyone else for nearly seven more decades." (Wall Street Journal)
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