Cassie Said Yes, They Say No
"They can throw this all around, but I was there. Reporters or investigators can't tell me how it went."—Craig Scott
Two books are optimistic about the coming generations but for different, and sometimes contradictory, reasons.
Bright Unto the End
In the face of retirement and death, the founder of Campus Crusade says his spirit still soars
Separate and Equal
Martin Luther King dreamed of an integrated society. Boston minister Eugene Rivers thinks it was the wrong dream
Fire in the Sky
"Terrorism, drug wars, and international politics are just a few of the challenges confronting today's mission pilots"
The Hidden Slavery
"Each year, two million women and children worldwide have sex with strangers only because someone kidnaps them and threatens to kill them. You may have passed some of these victims on the street"
The mainstream press unquestioningly accepted Salon.com's flimsy debunking of the Columbine confession.
Are Christians prepared for Muslims in the mainstream?
The price of Ruth and Billy Graham's union was separation.
Elegy for a Jesus Freak
"These are the ultimate Jesus Freaks—the people who are willing to die for their faith."—Toby McKeehen of dc Talk
The Legacy of Prisoner 23226
Twenty-six years after leaving prison, Charles Colson has become one of America's most significant social reformers