September (Web-only) 2011

Reports: Rob Bell Working on TV Show with Lost's Carlton CuseSubscriber Access Only
The author of 'Love Wins' is working on a show loosely based on his life story, reports suggest.
CourageousSubscriber Access Only
In Sherwood's best film yet, fathers are challenged to step up. PLUS: Churches partner for racial reconciliation, and a discussion guide for the movie.
50/50Subscriber Access Only
This atypical cancer movie is like 'Beaches' meets 'Superbad'—poignant and crude, and ultimately compelling.
Take ShelterSubscriber Access Only
Knockout film from Jeff Nichols uneasily speaks to our anxious existence.
Good News: Jesus Is Not NiceSubscriber Access Only
The chaos of grace and the grace of chaos.
Nichole NordemanSubscriber Access Only
Veteran singer/songwriter steps into the shoes of Bible heroes for 'The Story' album.
The Vices and Verses of Switchfoot's Jon ForemanSubscriber Access Only
The Switchfoot frontman on winning a Grammy, songwriting, and their new album.
Vice VersesSubscriber Access Only
'(Music Inspired By) The Story'Subscriber Access Only
The Whole LoveSubscriber Access Only
Spirit WalkSubscriber Access Only
The JourneySubscriber Access Only
This Time AroundSubscriber Access Only
EpicSubscriber Access Only
The Cymbal Crashing CloudsSubscriber Access Only
Dolphin TaleSubscriber Access Only
Though overly schmaltzy, this is still a cute and inspiring true story for the whole family.
MoneyballSubscriber Access Only
An outstanding film about baseball, endurance, cultural change, and taking the long view.
Machine Gun PreacherSubscriber Access Only
The gritty and challenging story of a real-life Christian and his quest to serve God, by any means necessary.
A Whale of a TaleSubscriber Access Only
The remarkable creature—and the man of faith who took her in—behind 'Dolphin Tale.'
Chaplains Watch and Wait after DADT EndsSubscriber Access Only
Some chaplains are more cautious than others as the military lifts the ban on gays and lesbians from serving openly.
Southern Baptist Convention Considers Name Change AgainSubscriber Access Only
Task force will discuss whether regional moniker is a barrier to attendance.
John Piper: I Was RacistSubscriber Access Only
How the pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church went from a self-described racist to an adoptive father of an African American. An excerpt from 'Bloodlines.'
Defending the DefenselessSubscriber Access Only
Kathy Bates helps the least of these in 'Harry's Law'.
Sneaking Past DragonsSubscriber Access Only
Thrice frontman Dustin Kensrue takes his lyrical cues from C. S. Lewis.
Major / MinorSubscriber Access Only
Ghosts Upon the EarthSubscriber Access Only
The ReckoningSubscriber Access Only
The Love In BetweenSubscriber Access Only
The PlaylistSubscriber Access Only
The Great AwakeningSubscriber Access Only
This May Be My Last Time SingingSubscriber Access Only
One Song at a TimeSubscriber Access Only
DriveSubscriber Access Only
Ryan Gosling as a pro driver in an artsy—and hyper-violent—film noir that’s more style than substance.
Pat Robertson Repudiates the GospelSubscriber Access Only
The broadcaster's advice to divorce an Alzheimer's patient is more than an embarrassment.
Abstinence is Not Rocket ScienceSubscriber Access Only
Actually, it's simply a matter of obedience.
'Crazy, Bizarre, and Wonderful'Subscriber Access Only
Such is the world of Todd Bentley and the Lakeland Revival of 2008, as depicted in new documentary.
Seeing in the DarkSubscriber Access Only
Singer/songwriter Jason Gray likes to ponder life's challenges ... and then sing about it.
A Way to See in the DarkSubscriber Access Only
When the Stars Burn DownSubscriber Access Only
American GoldwingSubscriber Access Only
A Creature I Don't KnowSubscriber Access Only
Another RealmSubscriber Access Only
Every Falling TearSubscriber Access Only
The Old MagicSubscriber Access Only
FreeSubscriber Access Only
In the Grace of Your LoveSubscriber Access Only
Not Myself AnymoreSubscriber Access Only
Mold Me EPSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals Hold Pessimistic Views of the Economy Subscriber Access Only
A recent poll suggests the dire outlook may be attributed to more than just religious views.
How Heather Mercer's Hostage Stint Turned into Global HopeSubscriber Access Only
After 9/11, the missionary's ten-year journey leads from the Taliban to Iraqi Kurdistan.
WarriorSubscriber Access Only
This story of forgiveness and redemption wins us over with its big heart and strong performances.
ContagionSubscriber Access Only
Frighteningly real, this well-acted biological disaster thriller makes us ask, "What if?"
Myths and Reality TVSubscriber Access Only
Real housewives and toddler beauty pageants reveal the truths—ugly and beautiful—of human nature.
Seeds We SowSubscriber Access Only
The Sounds of Daniel BashtaSubscriber Access Only
You Are LoveSubscriber Access Only
Death Cab: Existential ContentmentSubscriber Access Only
How a band progressed from nihilism to hope ... but hope in what?
Seven Days in UtopiaSubscriber Access Only
The life lessons of this allegedly inspirational film are undermined by its clichés. PLUS: Interview with Christian actor Lucas Black.
Why Doubters and Non-Doubters Share a Common FaithSubscriber Access Only
And why it's really not about "their" faith anyway.
Remembering Eugene NidaSubscriber Access Only
Bible translators discuss the legacy of the scholar who promoted dynamic equivalence theory.
Lucas Black on Golf, God, and 'Utopia'Subscriber Access Only
Young actor discusses role in 'Seven Days in Utopia', opening this week.

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