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The tipping points behind the novelist's departure from the institutional church, and why she still reads D.A. Carson, Craig Keener, and N.T. Wright instead of 'Twilight.'
Max Lucado on Compassion: The Best ApologeticSubscriber Access Only
The San Antonio pastor and author explains why he focuses on poverty in his latest book.
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The wife of NFL quarterback Brett Favre speaks about her faith amid suffering.
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The NFL athlete reflects on his outspoken faith, whether athletes should attribute their wins to God, and moving from the Focus on the Family ad to Jockey ads.
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Communications expert Christine Gardner reveals what makes abstinence campaigns work.
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Chronic pain and depression taught Joni Eareckson and Ken Tada to put each other's needs first.
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Keller's childhood correspondence with the revered author led her to Christian faith.
Ugandan Bishop Pleads With American Christians on Anti-Homosexuality BillSubscriber Access Only
David Zac Niringiye, the Church of Uganda's assistant bishop of Kampala, says that American Christians should cultivate relationships before condemning the proposed legislation.
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The former news anchor for Fox News explains why he told Tiger Woods to turn to the Christian faith.
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Food for the Hungry explains the challenges it faces before it can begin to help Haiti recover from the earthquake.
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The 'Crazy Love' author stepped down from his church and doesn't know where he's headed.
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The daughter of the former governor of Alaska on sexuality, body image, and her "come to Jesus" moment.
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The Florida senator's religious background takes many shapes, but he knows how it translates into policy.
Craig Groeschel: Why You Need a Cleanse—of Your SoulSubscriber Access Only
The pastor of explains a turning point for his ministry.
Lent Isn't Just About YouSubscriber Access Only
Why one Catholic writer went on a mission to do more than self-improve.
An Invisible WallSubscriber Access Only
Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a pastor in Berlin assesses Germany's spiritual climate.

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