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The Next Chapter for Christian Publishing


Jul 28 2014
Instead of saying goodbye to the ‘Golden Age,’ it’s time for us welcome a new era.
The Next Chapter for Christian Publishing
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Earlier this month, renowned Christian author Philip Yancey said Farewell to the Golden Age of Christian publishing, leaving authors and readers concerned over the future of the industry. One author shared, "This is why I'm re-evaluating whether I want to be a writer ...

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Confessions of a Cosplay Mom


Jul 22 2014
How this Christian parent learned to embrace the wacky Comic-Con scene.
Confessions of a Cosplay Mom
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When I tell people that my teenage daughter loves to cosplay, they often have no idea what I'm talking about. Cosplay? What's that?

Costumed play, or cosplay, has emerged as a colorful subculture of dress up and role-play. Cosplay conventions are major events where ...

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The Stereotypical Christians of 'Orange Is the New Black'


Jul 21 2014
The series’ groundbreaking diversity disappoints in the realm of religion.
The Stereotypical Christians of 'Orange Is the New Black'
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The following post contains details from the first and second seasons of Orange Is the New Black. (Don't say we didn't warn you.)

I love my Don Drapers and Walter Whites, but we were long overdue for a Piper Chapman. She's the main character of Orange Is the ...

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6 Crowdfunding Myths for Christians to Consider


Jul 16 2014
Online fundraising can be a great ministry resource… if done right.
6 Crowdfunding Myths for Christians to Consider
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The world has seen crowdfunding campaigns for everything from high-tech fitness gadgets to, more recently, a very expensive potato salad. In fact, in 2013, crowdfunding—a term for the process of gathering contributions, typically online, for a specific project—was ...

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Mercy in the Name of God, Not Government


Jul 3 2014
How our country’s religious freedoms might prompt us to care for immigrants.
Mercy in the Name of God, Not Government
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Jose and his wife Alicia lived in a white clapboard house on a dusty caliche road about a quarter mile from my grandparents. Nobody knew how they'd gotten across the U.S.-Mexican border or how long they'd been here. Jose just turned up one morning looking for work ...

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The Great Big Her.meneutics Summer Reading List


Jul 2 2014
Beyond chick lit: Books actually worth reading and savoring during lazy summer days.
The Great Big Her.meneutics Summer Reading List
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Time to fire up your e-readers, update your Amazon wishlists, or head to the local bookstore: We have dozens of summer book recommendations to inspire, educate, distract, and enchant. Despite the connotation of a "summer read," we don't skip over the good stuff ...

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Fair Trade in an Unfair World


Jun 29 2014
Conflicted over bananas, button-downs, and now, smart phones.
Fair Trade in an Unfair World
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A few years ago, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted a rule requiring companies publicly to disclose their use of conflict minerals sourced from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and its neighbors. The first deadline for filing was the end of ...

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The Internet Never Forgets


Jun 26 2014
European decision does more to preserve reputations than protect privacy.
The Internet Never Forgets
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When I was 23, a man threatened to sue me for violating his privacy when I published the news of his drunk driving arrest in the local paper where I worked. I explained to him he didn't have a case; his arrest was a matter of public record provided by the sheriff's ...

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This Rockabilly Christian Life


Jun 24 2014
Retro style and the inescapable, human longing for times gone by.
This Rockabilly Christian Life
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My rockabilly friends hoard 1950s-era fiberglass lampshades and Formica-topped tables. They drive clunky, chrome-trimmed, gas-guzzling cars that have no seatbelts and sometimes leave them stranded on long trips. The guys sport gabardine suits and greased-back pompadours. ...

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No Longer Unashamed


Jun 23 2014
Certain shame can push us to repentance and our God of grace.
No Longer Unashamed
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In the age of of cyber-bullying, we see deplorable instances of public shaming to rival Hester Prynne's scarlet letter. Yet, simultaneously, we are in the midst of what psychotherapist Joseph Burgo calls an "anti-shame zeitgeist." Just as it's become common ...

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