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Mike Roe discusses the inspiration behind Holy Ghost Building, the new album from the Seventy-Sevens that explores America's rich heritagee of gospel-blues.
Into the FraySubscriber Access Only
Six months ago, The Fray was just a local band in Denver, driving a van from show to show. Now they're riding high on the charts—and learning to deal with the trappings of sudden fame.
Solely Sola Scriptura?Subscriber Access Only
Progressive rock artist Neal Morse stirs some controversy between his unorthodox view of the Trinity and a Reformation themed concept album that swipes at Catholic Church history.
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A Doorway to New LifeSubscriber Access Only
Singer/songwriter Ron Block—who plays guitar and banjo for Alison Krauss and Union Station—reflects on his journey to find identity in Christ instead of his own talent.
A Quarter Century of CornerstoneSubscriber Access Only
Christian culture's premier "alternative festival" celebrates its 25 years of music, seminars, arts, and community—not to mention "muddy and dusty" camping.

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Hashtags Hit Too Close to Home
Hashtags Hit Too Close to Home
Racism in America is a white person's sin issue that can only be resolved by white America.

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