November (Web-only) 2016

How to Be Faithfully Creative in a Post-Christian World
The Calling | 37 min
How to Be Faithfully Creative in a Post-Christian WorldSubscriber Access Only
According to Mike Cosper, we can still strike a balance between fearless art and steadfast witness.
These Churches Fought Domestic Poverty with the Gospel—and It Worked
These Churches Fought Domestic Poverty with the Gospel—and It WorkedSubscriber Access Only
'To preach the gospel effectively to jobless folks, I need to show them that I care about their situation here on Earth.'
Michelle Higgins: 'I Am a Worshipper' First and Foremost
The Calling | 1 hr 2 min
Michelle Higgins: 'I Am a Worshipper' First and ForemostSubscriber Access Only
In the wake of backlash against her support of #BlackLivesMatter, the St. Louis worship leader opens up about the challenges of truth-telling.
Thanksgiving Gets the Hallmark Treatment
Thanksgiving Gets the Hallmark TreatmentSubscriber Access Only
How sentimentalism distorts the holiday’s past and present.
How to Redeem Thanksgiving
How to Redeem ThanksgivingSubscriber Access Only
It starts with acknowledging the whole truth.
Ministering in the Shadow of America's 'Prison City'
Ministering in the Shadow of America's 'Prison City'Subscriber Access Only
What does it mean to 'be the church' when a quarter of your town's population lives behind bars?
The Cliff Barrows I Knew
The Cliff Barrows I KnewSubscriber Access Only
Billy Graham's friend and music director was a man of joyful faith shaped by his love of Scripture.
History Shows Us Why Being Evangelical Matters
History Shows Us Why Being Evangelical MattersSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicalsm yesterday helps us embrace the label today.
Picking Up the Pieces of a Dissolved Congregation
Picking Up the Pieces of a Dissolved CongregationSubscriber Access Only
When circumstances forced this Chicagoland church to shutter its doors, its people kept on ministering.
The Broken Hands of Doctor Strange
The Broken Hands of Doctor StrangeSubscriber Access Only
What Marvel’s latest hero movie teaches us about engaging suffering.
In Memory: The Man Who Brought Harmony to Billy Graham’s Ministry
In Memory: The Man Who Brought Harmony to Billy Graham’s MinistrySubscriber Access Only
Music director Cliff Barrows served for decades with a peaceful spirit and joyful song.
Three Urban Alternatives to Christianity
Three Urban Alternatives to ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
Where many African Americans turned after finding organized religion lacking.
A Quiet Love Story Speaks Volumes in ‘Loving’
A Quiet Love Story Speaks Volumes in ‘Loving’Subscriber Access Only
The film portrays the interracial couple who made history.
The Bigger Story Behind Jen Hatmaker
The Bigger Story Behind Jen HatmakerSubscriber Access Only
The benefits and challenges of women’s ministry in the age of bestsellers, viral blog posts, and inspirational conferences.
The Softball Tournament That's Bringing New Churches to Paraguay
The Softball Tournament That's Bringing New Churches to ParaguaySubscriber Access Only
How two families turned a congregational pastime into a lifeline for overseas church planters.
The Surprising Theological Possibilities of Virtual Reality
The Surprising Theological Possibilities of Virtual RealitySubscriber Access Only
VR's greatest strength is not escapism, but empathy.
Trump Won. Here's How 20 Evangelical Leaders Feel.
Trump Won. Here's How 20 Evangelical Leaders Feel.Subscriber Access Only
Pastors, authors, and others weigh in on 2016 election.
After Trump, Should Evangelical Christians Part Ways?
After Trump, Should Evangelical Christians Part Ways?Subscriber Access Only
The 2016 election has revealed afresh a deep fissure—and a great opportunity.
Should #NeverTrump and Pro-Trump Evangelicals Reconcile?
Should #NeverTrump and Pro-Trump Evangelicals Reconcile?Subscriber Access Only
Ed Stetzer analyzes the divisions in evangelical voting and where the movement goes from here.
There's Still Hope for Our Politics
There's Still Hope for Our PoliticsSubscriber Access Only
But only if we plant our feet in the gospel.
God Is King, No Matter What
God Is King, No Matter WhatSubscriber Access Only
With election day finally here, the Bible's political metaphors for God remind us who ultimately reigns.
The Remarkable Mr. Graham
The Remarkable Mr. GrahamSubscriber Access Only
The evangelist (and CT founder) is 98 today. An historian examines the way he shaped the church and the world.
LifeWay's Jen Hatmaker Decision: What Evangelical Institutions Can Learn
LifeWay's Jen Hatmaker Decision: What Evangelical Institutions Can LearnSubscriber Access Only
Speaker and author Rosaria Butterfield explains why organizations must require more than early church creeds.
Hacksaw Ridge: The Bloody, True Story of Faith in Action
Hacksaw Ridge: The Bloody, True Story of Faith in ActionSubscriber Access Only
Mel Gibson’s new film raises questions about religious liberty and moral conviction amidst national turmoil.
Glimpses of Grace in the Films of the Coen Brothers
Glimpses of Grace in the Films of the Coen BrothersSubscriber Access Only
Beyond their penchant for the macabre, the directors’ films also display transcendent hope.
However You Vote, Do It with Joy
However You Vote, Do It with JoySubscriber Access Only
A Christian approach to politics frees us from duty or strategy.
Kickstarter’s Million-Dollar Bible Is Finally Finished
Kickstarter’s Million-Dollar Bible Is Finally FinishedSubscriber Access Only
But Bibliotheca now has company.
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Lessons from Evangelicalism’s PR Guru
Lessons from Evangelicalism’s PR Guru
Mark DeMoss represented Christian organizations through highs and lows, but we’re all tasked with representing Christ.
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