Might for Right?
As presidential primaries get under way, Christian conservatives aim to win.
Wooing the Faithful
President Bush needs evangelicals more than ever, but it's unclear how badly they want him for another four years.
New York's New Hope
From inner-city gardens, to fine-art exhibitions, to political activism, street-smart churches are changing the culture of America's largest and most dynamic city.
Q+A: Harry R. Jackson Jr.
Senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in College Park, Maryland, and coauthor (with George Barna) of a new book, High-Impact African American Churches, on trends in black churches.
The $1 Billion Handoff
Sir John Templeton's born-again son takes control of the famous foundation—but there are strings attached.