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Don’t Miss Steven Curtis Chapman’s PointSubscriber Access Only
Even his happiest, most heartwarming music has been fueled by tragedy and pain.
The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle Loves Amy Grant, Rich Mullins, and the Book of Jonah
The indie rocker discusses his spiritual hunger with CT.
Andy Mineo: Rappers Are Missionaries, Too
The fan-friendly hip-hop artist wants to see the church get creative.
The Legacy of Rich Mullins's Ragamuffin BandSubscriber Access Only
Producer Reed Arvin remembers the fearless, soulful musician whose music challenged and transcended Christian pop.
Community Is In the DetailsSubscriber Access Only
Justin McRoberts's latest project is a lovingly crafted set of letters.
Bobby McFerrin Gets Spirit-You-AllSubscriber Access Only
Releasing his first gospel album, the acclaimed singer talks about church, his father's legacy, and covering Bob Dylan.
Starting a Dialogue with Hip-HopSubscriber Access Only
Daniel White Hodge finds signs of the gospel in the beats of hip-hop.
The Moses of SoulSubscriber Access Only
64-year-old soul sensation Charles Bradley talks about his journey through the wilderness.
David Crowder: Why Old Gospel Music Works in a ClubSubscriber Access Only
The chart-topping worship leader has re-located to Atlanta, and is currently touring small rock venues across the U. S. with a "kitschy" Americana collective that has two albums in the works.
Audrey Assad Shifts GearsSubscriber Access Only
With no record contracts to fulfill, she wants to get everyone singing.
How Josh Wilson Became a 'Loopy' GuitaristSubscriber Access Only
He plays up to 24 instruments in the studio and on stage, and now on a Christmas album.
Does the World Really Want a New Supertones Album?Subscriber Access Only
Yes, it's overtly Christian. Yes, it's ska. Yes, this is 2012. And they know it.
How Gabriel Wilson Discovered his Paternal Roots—and Made a Record About ItSubscriber Access Only
Inside his solo debut, "The McGuire Side."
Jamie Grace Is Holding OnSubscriber Access Only
Grammy nominee says Tourette's took her 'for a spin.'
Bill Mallonee Wrestles with God Knows WhatSubscriber Access Only
On new album, troubadour ponders his eternal fate, a hard life, and 'groping in the dark.'
Beyond Suicide: Don ChafferSubscriber Access Only
Waterdeep's front man explores life's storms—including his father's suicide—in new off-Broadway musical.
We Gaither TogetherSubscriber Access Only
Bill & Gloria Gaither celebrate their music, Scripture's vitality, and 50 years of marriage.
The Confessions of Scott StappSubscriber Access Only
New memoir addresses abusive childhood, a wild ride with Creed, a near suicide attempt, and, finally, getting right with God.
Cracked Rear ViewSubscriber Access Only
Jim Sonefeld's past is marred by alcoholism, but the former Hootie drummer is on the straight and narrow now.
Sixpence All the WiserSubscriber Access Only
After numerous delays on their new album, the band finds itself "in a much better place."
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The March for Science Is Willing to Get Political. But Will It Welcome Religion?
The March for Science Is Willing to Get Political. But Will It Welcome Religion?
How evangelical scientists square their place in the global movement.
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