I thought the high-powered, heady world of dot-coms—even dot-coms devoted to religion and spirituality—was far removed from my own walk with Christ
Art for God's Sake
For over 20 years, Greg Wolfe has been weaving the braid of faith and art.
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.
New Song, Familiar Tune
Jan Karon's latest Mitford installment changes locales to talk about living where you're at.
Open-Door Policy Part 3
Gary Bauer's office problems signal a problem in our Christian understanding of both sex and work.
The Wright Stuff
With Velma Still Cooks in Leeway, Vinita Hampton Wright leads a quiet transformation of Christian fiction
Open-Door Policy, Part 2
The Bauer campaign's gender-in-the-workplace controversy speaks to our confusion about the role of Christians in society
Good News for Witches
Every Halloween, thousands of Wiccans descend on Salem, Massachusetts—and local churches reach out.
It's great music, but its portrayal of Christian hypocrisy will make you wince.
An Open-Door Policy
Is meeting alone with a member of the opposite sex dangerous? Is taking steps against it sexist?