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How Fiction Fueled Madeleine L’Engle’s Faith
How does a lonely kid understand that she’s loved by God? An author’s childhood holds the answer.
Have Yourself a Merry Kitschy ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
What weird Nativity sets get right about the story of Jesus.
The Best Books to Read for Lent (That You Won't Find in a Christian Bookstore)Subscriber Access Only
Ten examples of literature and poetry that nurture and confront the soul.
The Best Books to Read This Christmas (That You Won't Find in a Christian Bookstore)Subscriber Access Only
Sarah Arthur recommends 10 under-the-radar titles.
Are Women Really Saved through Childbearing?Subscriber Access Only
Mother's Day, infertility, and redemption.
Bringing True Joy to the WorldSubscriber Access Only
How we can avoid over-sentimentalizing the holidays.
Lent in the Shadow of CancerSubscriber Access Only
Three writers reflect on breast cancer, bodies, and resurrection hope.
Open Your Home to the Homeless, Even When It Makes You UncomfortableSubscriber Access Only
Welcoming the stranger carries real risks. But hospitality is a New Testament expectation.
How Will Hollywood Handle the Spiritual Themes in ‘A Wrinkle in Time?’
Fans of Madeleine L’Engle’s novel are wondering whether the film will do justice to the “cosmic questions” the book raises.
For Black Women, Looking Tough Takes a Toll
Emotional strength can only hide heartbreak for so long, says pyschologist and theologian Chanequa Walker-Barnes
I'm On the Lookout for the Next Great Christian Novel
A CT fiction judge's challenge to evangelical writers and publishers.

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