For nearly six decades, Mavis Staples has been bringing the gospel truth to song.
Writers who want to let both their faith and their creativity run free are finding a home in the Christian literary underground
When it comes to God and country, who are we? And who might we become?
In the September-October issue, Danny Duncan Collum cuts through paranoid misrepresentations of community organizing to the quiet, hopeful truth: Congregation-based organizing groups are helping pe
Faith's roots in a dry land.
For the casual Facebook user, it can be a little confusing to find all the available options for privacy control that are on Facebook.
Spirited Women With Jesus Girls: True Tales of Growing Up Female and Evangelical, editor (and contributor) Han
Long-term partnerships and deep relationships must be at the heart of the rebuilding effort in Haiti.
A promising new movement leaves the bumper-sticker platitudes behind and offers the potential to actually reduce abortion.
on the nitty-gritty work of seeking common ground on abortion
Amid deepening poverty and a crashing ecosystem, we need a new way of doing business.
Being vessels of that perfect love that casts out fear.
Kathleen Norris explores how an ancient concept of spiritual malaise speaks to us today.
Individual efforts and social responsibility go hand-in-hand.
Like a cluster of traffic cops, insurance adjusters, and whiplash lawyers at a multicar pileup, writers of all sorts are trying to make sense of the dangerous intersection of faith and politics in
Censorship, banning, blacklists: What's lost when governments stifle musical expression?
Conflict may be an inevitable part of life, but how you deal with it isn't. Many schools are teaching a better way.
A glimpse of grace and abundance from - of all things - reality TV.
Reading passionately isn't about escaping reality, but about plunging further into it.
Flannery O'Connor was a master short-story writer, dark humorist, and astute cultural observer.