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Subscriber Access Only How Maya Moore Brings Style and Grace to the U.S. Olympic Women's Team
The basketball star hopes to add Olympic gold to the list of accomplishments.
Subscriber Access Only An Olympic Chaplain
The head Christian chaplain at the Vancouver Olympics draws on years of playing professional hockey in U.S. and Sweden.
Subscriber Access Only Q+A: Bryan Clay
Clay, a decathlete, won the silver medal at the 2004 Olympics. The Azusa Pacific graduate is now aiming for gold at the Beijing Games.
Subscriber Access Only Books & Culture's Books of the Week: 'Be Happy!'
How the ancient Olympics differed from the modern spectacle.
Sex and the Single Olympian: Lolo Jones Talks about Her Virginity
The world-class runner shows that virginity isn't just for nerdy 18-year-olds—and that following God's plan for sexuality can be really hard.
Subscriber Access Only Revisiting the Pagan Olympic Games
New scholarship on the ancient Olympics reminds Christians why Emperor Theodosius outlawed the event so many centuries ago.
Subscriber Access Only China's Christian Crackdown
Animosity toward unregistered religious activity intensified before the Olympics and isn't going to fade soon.
Where Was God When Lolo Jones Placed Fourth?
We need a theology that accounts for Christian athletes' on-the-field failings.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Athletes to Watch in the Olympics
Sports Spectrum magazine has its eye on the believers competing in Athens.
What Being a Parent Has Taught Me About God
An ad for the Olympics, family devotions, and parental mistakes have all brought me closer to understanding God's love for us.
Subscriber Access Only Constructing Peace
One Olympic athlete's efforts to build relationships between Sudan's Christians and Muslims.
Sign of the Ice Dancing Cross: Good News for Missionaries at Sochi Olympics
Russians returning in droves to Christianity (though not to church), according to new Pew research.
Subscriber Access Only Heavy Medal
At the Olympics, if you don't medal, you certainly must be a loser.
Ann Coulter, the R-word, and John Franklin Stephens' Wise Response
Last week Ann Coulter called President Obama a retard. John Franklin Stephens, a 30-year old with Down syndrome, responded with grace and truth.
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