March (Web-only) 2010

Why Good Friday Is Still Dark
A Crescendo of WonderSubscriber Access Only
Why Good Friday services are not designed to be funerals for Jesus or exercises in guilt.
The Last SongSubscriber Access Only
Filled with familiar Nicholas Sparks plot lines, The Last Song offers safe, sweet entertainment. Plus: Interview with Sparks and Miley Cyrus.
The Toll of Our ToilingSubscriber Access Only
John Piper takes an eight-month leave of absence.
'Everyone Needs Forgiveness'Subscriber Access Only
Screenwriter Nicholas Sparks and Miley Cyrus, breaking out of her Hannah Montana mold, discuss their drama, The Last Song, opening in theaters this week.
Love RealitySubscriber Access Only
Glorious MessSubscriber Access Only
25Subscriber Access Only
HadestownSubscriber Access Only
(A)fternoonSubscriber Access Only
Somewhere Down the RoadSubscriber Access Only
A Sometimes Hard RoadSubscriber Access Only
After more than three decades in the business, Amy Grant has lived life's highs and lows and everything in between. She chronicles the journey on her new album.
How to Train Your DragonSubscriber Access Only
The latest from Dreamworks Animation is an overly familiar story of a boy and his "dog," but it absolutely thrills with its 3D visuals and fast-paced flying sequences.
GreenbergSubscriber Access Only
Noah Baumbach's latest has all of his signature snap and crackle, but with a little more sunshine and a little less spite.
Celebrating the Unborn Jesus
More Important Than Christmas?Subscriber Access Only
Why pro-life Protestants don't say much about the Annunciation—or the unborn Jesus.
Jet VelvetSubscriber Access Only
Me in MotionSubscriber Access Only
Introducing ... Kelly MinterSubscriber Access Only
MiracleSubscriber Access Only
Hymns: Some Glad MorningSubscriber Access Only
'A Very Vulnerable Thing'Subscriber Access Only
Master producer and musician Aaron Sprinkle talks about his work, including his latest album with Fair—and how making an album is a revealing process.
Stupak: From Prolife Groups' Hero to Villain 'In a Nanosecond'Subscriber Access Only
Groups say executive order is not enough, and will campaign against the Michigan Democrat they had promised to support.
The Resurrection Changes EverythingSubscriber Access Only
'Raised With Christ' highlights the neglected central event of our faith.
Migrating FocusSubscriber Access Only
After Congress's health care vote, activists see a revival of interest in immigration reform.
A Role with SoulSubscriber Access Only
Dennis Quaid and AnnaSophia Robb jumped at the chance to play parts in Soul Surfer, the true-story movie about Bethany Hamilton, who lost an arm to a shark attack.
Love Needs No ReasonSubscriber Access Only
One difference between the therapeutic gospel and the liberating gospel.
Reclaiming St. Patrick's Day
Reclaiming St. Patrick's DaySubscriber Access Only
But if we are to choose a social issue for March 17, what would it be?
HymnasticsSubscriber Access Only
Here I AmSubscriber Access Only
Our Family WeddingSubscriber Access Only
Though it says some good things about love, the comedy of two families planning a wedding is rarely clever and mostly hollow.
Green ZoneSubscriber Access Only
The Bourne Locker? Not quite, but Matt Damon, Bourne director Paul Greengrass and Hurt Locker cinematographer Barry Ackroyd team up in Iraq to hunt for WMDs—or the people responsible for the futile search.
Q & A: Kenneth Starr, Baylor's Next President Subscriber Access Only
The former solicitor general of the United States explains his vision for the Christian university.
Obama's Spiritual CabinetSubscriber Access Only
The President looks to seven men and women to shape policy, tend his soul.
Time on a StringSubscriber Access Only
Beat the Devil's TattooSubscriber Access Only
Pieces of a Real HeartSubscriber Access Only
Over the GraveSubscriber Access Only
AwakeningSubscriber Access Only
Everything Is Different NowSubscriber Access Only
Show All HistorySubscriber Access Only
God promises to forget our sins. Google, not so much.
'We're All Theologians'Subscriber Access Only
But is it the best or worst of times for doctrine?
Brooklyn's FinestSubscriber Access Only
Tense—and intense—story about cops, criminals, and the very fine line between right and dead wrong.
Alice in WonderlandSubscriber Access Only
A grown-up Alice returns to Wonderland, where she is destined to battle the Jabberwocky and restore the White Queen's crown. But overall, the movie's a dud.
Love of Unimaginable ProportionsSubscriber Access Only
What to do when you find yourself praying to the quid pro quo god.
The Medical Hazards of Spiritual CareSubscriber Access Only
New studies are finding that terminal cancer patients do better when doctors and medical staff are spiritually supportive.
Will 'The Dawn Treader' Float?Subscriber Access Only
Christian leaders get sneak peek of next Narnia movie, like what they see; filmmakers admit "mistakes" on Prince Caspian, vow to get it right this time.
Feed My SoulSubscriber Access Only
No Changin' UsSubscriber Access Only
Smoke & MirrorsSubscriber Access Only

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