February (Web-only) 2017
The Story Behind the World's Most Complete Graphic Bible
A conversation with the Kingstone Comics editor who oversaw the massive effort to adapt sacred Scripture into comics form.
I Was an Ash Wednesday Rookie
How the liturgical service enriched my non-liturgical faith.
Egyptian Exodus: 100 Christian Families Flee ISIS in Sinai Peninsula
Evangelical church at heart of interfaith and government efforts to provide relief and shelter.
Is It Time for Evangelicals to Strategically Withdraw from the Culture?
Four evangelical thinkers consider what Rod Dreher's Benedict Option means for the church.
Does ‘The Image of God’ Extend to Robots, Too?
On-screen depictions of artificial intelligence like 'Westworld' complicate our understanding of the imago Dei.
Study: Female Pastors Are on the Rise
And so are our impossible expectations for them.
'Moonlight' Is a Flawed, But Rewarding Exercise in Christian Empathy
The Oscar favorite's portrayal of black, gay experience is at odds with a biblical sexual ethic—but for some, it might be worth the discomfort.
Give Your Kids the Gift of Absence
Time and attention are not the only ways to bless our children.
As a Special Needs Parent, I Thought I'd Hate ‘Speechless’
Why I was wrong—and what the ABC comedy reveals about conviction and forgiveness.
Urban Mix-and-Match Religion Didn't Start with Nick Cannon
Why this 'new spirituality' is really just old-fashioned syncretism.
Motherhood Is Physical—and So Is the Gospel
Encountering the Incarnation in birthing, breastfeeding, and bathing.
A Stroke Freed Me to Redefine Beauty
Former model Katherine Wolf reveals how a nearly fatal experience altered her faith.
Challenging the Narrative: How Race Complicates the Latest LifeWay Debate
Black Southern Baptists weigh in on the issues around removing Sho Baraka’s album.
Talking with My Kids About Death
How my husband and I are fumbling through some of the hardest—and holiest—conversations we’ve ever had.
In ‘Rectify,’ Gritty Realism Meets Its Match: Grace
The masterful four-season drama takes a surprisingly biblical view of human nature.
Does God Have to Love Me?
What our wedding vows suggest about how God relates to us.
Embracing Valentine’s Day Disappointment
Why a holiday of unmet expectations leads me to the Resurrection.
Making Music and Babies: Christian Singers Open Up About Motherhood
For artists like Kari Jobe and Audrey Assad, family comes first, but that doesn’t mean their careers go away.
Farewell to TV's Most Powerful Single Ladies
What primetime pioneers Mary Tyler Moore and Lena Dunham teach us about culture-making and Christian influence.
‘The Young Pope’ Takes an Anxious Look at the Danger of Doubt
HBO's unsettling Vatican satire asks what happens when spiritual leaders shirk their own faith.
Why Your Deflated Retirement Dream Might Be God’s Open Door
After losing my safety net, I see retirement as meaningful vocation, not permanent vacation.
Under DeVos, the Real School Choice Christians Face
The future of public education will depend on the church.
How to Support Survivors Without Selling Them Out
A wave of social-good businesses learns to balance priorities.
The Most ‘Epic’ Part of DC’s ‘Powerless’ Is Mundane Mortal Man
Despite a lackluster premiere, the NBC sitcom brings some much-needed humanity to a superhuman universe.
Walking with Refugees on the Resurrection Road
Patrick Kingsley’s frontlines account of the global crisis is a gift to concerned Christians.
Bearing Burdens After Obamacare: The Future of Christian Healthcare Sharing
The Affordable Care Act put Christian insurance alternatives on the map. What happens to them when it goes away?
Making Married Sex Mutual
Pervasive ideologies distort our view of female sexuality. God’s Word shows us a better way.
Refugees Welcomed Me
I was plunged into a world all-too familiar with trauma and death. Thank God.
Can ‘The Resurrection of Gavin Stone’ Raise Christian Movies from the Dead?
The church-friendly comedy aims to replace cringes with laughs—but does it succeed?