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An Open-Door Policy
Is meeting alone with a member of the opposite sex dangerous? Is taking steps against it sexist?
Eternal Ink
A growing movement of Christian tattooists is leaving its mark on both body and soul.
Author Wendy Shalit Is Proud to Be Modest
Author Wendy Shalit rattles the female establishment with a hip appeal to tradition.
The Man Behind the Megachurch
There would be no Willow Creek—no small groups, no women in leadership, no passion for service—without Gilbert Bilezikian.
A Narnia Without Lewis or Aslan
The real surprise in The Giant Surprise, a "brand new Narnia adventure story," isn't the byline.
Practicing Chastity
A lifelong spiritual discipline for singles and marrieds.
Farm Boy: How Billy Graham Became a Preacher
A boyhood in rural North Carolina shaped the evangelist his entire life.
84,000 Join Jakes in Georgia
The Wright Stuff
With Velma Still Cooks in Leeway, Vinita Hampton Wright leads a quiet transformation of Christian fiction
Something Old Something True
With The Story of Us, released on video today, Hollywood offers a rationale for sticking with marriage.
Sex in the Body of Christ
Chastity is a spiritual discipline for the whole church.
The Other Plan B
Anne Lamott's sequel to 'Traveling Mercies'.
Stay By the Fire
The God who makes himself known as flame wants to hold our gaze.
Karon’s Agenda
The frustrated Episcopalian is not a frustrated evangelist.
Truth, Suitable for Framing
Before there was the Internet, there was the Talmud. And they have a lot in common.
Policy Wonks for Christ
At Civitas, grad students learn to think Christianly about public life.
Unfashionably Good
A savory collections of essays by Alan Jacobs.
Not Your Grandma's Testimony
A 30-year-old ponders his spiritual journey in the evangelical subculture.
T.D. Jakes Feels Your Pain
Though critics question his theology, this fiery preacher packs arenas with a message of emotional healing.
One Musician, Two Gigs
A church pianist by day, Deanna Witkowski lights up the New York jazz scene by night.

Top Story February 26, 2021

Charles Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed
Charles Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed
How his example can encourage believers who “walk in darkness, and see no light.”

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