January (Web-only) 2011

North Mississippi AllstarsSubscriber Access Only
Love Without MeasureSubscriber Access Only
Until We Have FacesSubscriber Access Only
The CoveringSubscriber Access Only
Barton HollowSubscriber Access Only
Luke: A World Turned Upside DownSubscriber Access Only
A Duo at WarSubscriber Access Only
The Civil Wars, that is, fronted by Joy Williams and John Paul White, whose debut CD releases today.
Carla Barnhill, America's Next Advice Columnist?Subscriber Access Only
The 'mommy blogger' and former 'Christian Parenting Today' editor is one of the top four finalists to become 'Good Morning America's new "advice guru."
What Are Wedding Vows For, Anyway?Subscriber Access Only
Not much, if Carol Anne Riddell and John Partilla's wedding announcement in 'The New York Times' "Vows" section means anything.
The RiteSubscriber Access Only
A sober, realistic treatment of exorcism, and a thoughtful depiction of doubt and faith.
Another YearSubscriber Access Only
Authentic portrayal of good people, gracefully aging and helping those in need.
The Untold Story of Donor-Conceived ChildrenSubscriber Access Only
The next reproductive-technology issue coming to a church near you.
Why We Opened Our Church to MuslimsSubscriber Access Only
A response to "Muslims in Evangelical Churches."
Q & A: Tim Pawlenty on Evangelicals and the IssuesSubscriber Access Only
The former governor of Minnesota has announced his presidential candidacy. Here's CT's earlier interview on issues like cap & trade, foreign policy, and whether evangelicals have influence in the Republican Party anymore.
Surprised by Beauty at the March for LifeSubscriber Access Only
The people who caught my eye—the ones the mainstream media overlooked—at this year's march.
The Devil in Tinsel TownSubscriber Access Only
With 'The Rite' opening Friday, we look at how Hollywood has depicted exorcism over the years.
Christians Launch Anti-Slavery Efforts for Super Bowl XLVSubscriber Access Only
This year's game is located in one of the nation's seedbeds of human trafficking.
Come HomeSubscriber Access Only
KingsSubscriber Access Only
Live, Love, LeaveSubscriber Access Only
I Was a KingSubscriber Access Only
Namaste SateSubscriber Access Only
HonorsSubscriber Access Only
Mission BellSubscriber Access Only
Wallis and Colson on Civility
Conviction and CivilitySubscriber Access Only
We should not lose this moment for moral reflection and renewal.
Heresy Is Heresy, Not the Litmus Test of Gospel PreachingSubscriber Access Only
It's time to put aside this abused "badge of honor."
The Way BackSubscriber Access Only
Continent-hopping adventure story is beautiful but somewhat lacking.
The Lazy Slander of Pro-LifersSubscriber Access Only
Do pro-lifers care only for life inside the womb?
The Gospel of Steve JobsSubscriber Access Only
The Apple CEO was able to articulate a perfectly secular form of hope.
Q & A: Billy Graham on Aging, Regrets, and EvangelicalsSubscriber Access Only
The evangelist says he "sometimes crossed the line" in politics, "old age can be a lonely time," and warns evangelicals of being "victims of our own success."
Why I Don't Keep a Mommy BlogSubscriber Access Only
In a world that's as impersonal and voyeuristic as ours, I want the things I do at home to be just for the people I see and touch daily.
'Skins' Prompts Call for Child Porn InvestigationSubscriber Access Only
This time, the Parents Television Council is probably right about the British export that spotlights teens (and teen actors) engaging in a sexual free-for-all.
One Wedding and Six FuneralsSubscriber Access Only
What it can mean to participate in the life of God.
Miss America and the Bikini QuestionSubscriber Access Only
Do modern-day pageants ask young evangelical women to compromise their values an itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny too much?
Low Country BluesSubscriber Access Only
In the Cool of the DaySubscriber Access Only
The King is DeadSubscriber Access Only
Leaving EdenSubscriber Access Only
Paradise LostSubscriber Access Only
On his new album, 'Leaving Eden', Brandon Heath explores the fall of man—including his own—but keeps turning back to the hope of Christ.
A Woman, Not a 'Gestational Carrier'Subscriber Access Only
How the global infertility industry reduces women to profitable body parts.
Why I Don't Want to Be a Chinese MotherSubscriber Access Only
I don't want to be an American mother, for that matter.
The DilemmaSubscriber Access Only
What would you do if you caught your best friend's wife in adultery?
The Green HornetSubscriber Access Only
This adaptation of the classic superhero finds a goofy balance between parody and homage.
Blessed Are Those with Alzheimer'sSubscriber Access Only
Discovering God'ndashs image in a nursing home called "The Beatitudes."
Satan Appears Before the Supreme CourtSubscriber Access Only
His influence in the case before the justices was hypothetical, but it didn't have to be a joke.
Troubled by the Twiblings?Subscriber Access Only
Melanie Thernstrom's 'NYT Magazine' article about her unconventional method of having children left me unsettled—but not for the reasons you think.
Suffering and Rejoicing in a Haitian Tent CampSubscriber Access Only
What I learned in this church surpasses anything I've seen at a stunning cathedral.
Pro-life Challenges, from a Former Planned Parenthood Director's ViewSubscriber Access Only
Abby Johnson takes her eight years of experience in an abortion clinic to the pro-life side.
The Virgins-Only Dating WebsiteSubscriber Access Only
Is WeWaited.com really a perfect haven for Christians struggling in a sex-obsessed culture?
Pregnant PauseSubscriber Access Only
MTV's Teen Mom might be sending an abstinence message after all.
'Passport through Darkness' Gives Victims VoiceSubscriber Access Only
Make Way Partners president Kimberly Smith's book is a must-read for today, Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Saved By GraceSubscriber Access Only
StrongholdSubscriber Access Only
Is Your Church Open to Autism?Subscriber Access Only
Churches that make space for autistic children on Sunday mornings will be disrupted—by joy.
Testify!Subscriber Access Only
In nightclubs, coffeehouses, and iPods, true first-person storytelling is becoming a cultural force as it borrows from Christian tradition.
Wesley Subscriber Access Only
John Wesley biopic, now on DVD, is mediocre but informative story of the man.
Country StrongSubscriber Access Only
The music is drowned out by a too-loud message about the dangers of fame.
What Celebrity Miscarriages Teach UsSubscriber Access Only
If famous folk can open up to the world about their pregnancy loss, why can't we in the church?
Blessed Are the Poor in VirtueSubscriber Access Only
Why some people may want to abandon New Year's resolutions as soon as possible.
Honeymoon with Mom and DadSubscriber Access Only
How I spent the holidays with my live-in parents.
A Tarnished Silver AnniversarySubscriber Access Only
What is destroying marriage in the Wes—and what has sustained my husband and me through several potentially marriage-destroying events.
Muslims in Evangelical ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Does loving your neighbor mean opening your doors to false worship?
Another Assault on Little GirlsSubscriber Access Only
Vogue Paris's "Gifts" photo spread is one more example of how our culture robs children of innocence.
For Many Missionaries, More Tech Means Shorter FurloughsSubscriber Access Only
Constant connection keeps missionaries on the field, but has its costs.

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