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The Discontent Between Business and ArtistrySubscriber Access Only
The songwriter and singer of Sixpence None the Richer talk about how the business side of the music industry—and outside expectations—can constrain the creative process
Bono: Ensuring America Keeps Its PromiseSubscriber Access Only
The U2 singer re-launches his national AIDS education campaign and champions President Bush's efforts.
Stonehill's Nostalgic ProgressionSubscriber Access Only
Pioneering Christian artist Randy Stonehill shares his thoughts on today's music industry, the creation of his latest album, and his plans for the future.
The State of MissionsSubscriber Access Only
The director of World Inquiry talks about the challenges and priorities of the evangelical missions community
Damping the Fuse in IraqSubscriber Access Only
A veteran peacemaker discusses how religion can help stave off religious conflict after Saddam
'I'm Only Doing What God Told Me to Do'Subscriber Access Only
"The founder of Campus Crusade for Christ talks about America's moral disintegration, Christians in politics, and his hopes for the greatest spiritual awakening in the history of the world."
Christian Survivor s Playing a Non-Christian GameSubscriber Access Only
A former winner of the CBS reality show talks about the faith that led her to the game and how Christian ethics intersects with outwitting, outlasting, and outplaying the competition
Gracia Burnham: 'I Speak My Mind'Subscriber Access Only
The former hostage talks openly about what she learned about God, her Muslim captors, and herself during her captivity.
Alistair Begg on The BeatlesSubscriber Access Only
The author and pastor talks about the Fab Four's cry for Help and why no one answered it.
God's Own DictionarySubscriber Access Only
You won't believe the words that didn't exist until the first English translations of the Bible
Jerry Thacker: Politics Muddies Fight Against AIDSSubscriber Access Only
The politics of homosexuality has made it easier to battle the disease in foreign countries than domestically, says a former nominee to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV and AIDS
(The Voice of) Larry the Cucumber SpeaksSubscriber Access Only
Nobody thinks growing up that they're going to be a cucumber.
The Serious Business of Silly SongsSubscriber Access Only
The director of music for the VeggieTales talks about bringing musical depth to the score
The Uncommon Benefits of Common GraceSubscriber Access Only
Does God only take delight in saving souls?
Judaism Under the Secular UmbrellaSubscriber Access Only
The best challenges force you to identify yourself
'A Rock Band That's Good for Something'Subscriber Access Only
The author of Walk On: The Spiritual Journey of U2 talks about why politicians listen to Bono
The Growing Legacy of The ChoirSubscriber Access Only
A Troubadour and His GuitarSubscriber Access Only
Once poised for folk-rock stardom, John Michael Talbot chose a quieter path
Can Any Good Thing Come Out of Hollywood?Subscriber Access Only
An interview with producer Ken Wales
To Embrace the EnemySubscriber Access Only
Is reconciliation possible in the wake of such evil?
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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