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Desire Like Dynamite
Sandra McCracken's new album explores deeper dimensions of sound, and grace.
Subscriber Access Only Here We Are to Worship
Six principles that might bring a truce to the age-old tension between tradition and popular culture.
A Growing Hunger for a Local Voice: Sara Groves and Family Open Art House in St. Paul
Art House North is gathering musicians, photographers, and filmmakers to find 'a creative culture for the common good' of the Twin Cities.
Christian Female Musicians, Missing in Action
What accounts for the surprising dearth of women in today's CCM scene?
Subscriber Access Only Faith and the Newest Rock & Roll Rebellion
Some bands are rejecting the Christian label for their music and instead singing about Christ to the masses.
Subscriber Access Only Clean Water, Clean Blood
Jars of Clay is well on the way to bringing fresh water to 1,000 African communities.
Subscriber Access Only Who Owns Your Christmas Carols?
No, Kim Hill didn't write 'O Holy Night.' But she holds a copyright for it.
Subscriber Access Only How Gabriel Wilson Discovered his Paternal Roots—and Made a Record About It
Inside his solo debut, "The McGuire Side."
Subscriber Access Only There's Just Something About This Man
Bill Gaither insists it's not about him. And nobody seems to disagree.
Subscriber Access Only Think About God
Pioneer Brian Doerksen on what's wrong with worship music.
Subscriber Access Only Re-entry Rock
Overseas trips help Delirious reinvigorate its blend.
Subscriber Access Only The Kingdom of Rock Is at Hand
A tour of the confused but worshipful world of Christian rock.
Subscriber Access Only Jennifer Knapp the Person and Jennifer Knapp the Debate
Reaction to the singer's coming out from Denny Burk, Matthew Lee Anderson, Joe Carter, and Francis Beckwith
Subscriber Access Only Passion Takes It Higher
The most influential annual gathering of young evangelicals plans to go global.
Subscriber Access Only Songs of Justice, Missions of Mercy
Why Christian musicians are embarking on a different kind of world tour.
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Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Eugene Cho wonders whether we're willing to go beyond paying lip service to social change.
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