July (Web-only) 2017
Thankfulness Protects Against PTSD
In the aftermath of tragedy, gratitude helps us grow.
Man Shall Not Live on the New Testament Alone
No less than Jesus in the wilderness, we need every word that comes from the mouth of God.
After 50 Years in a Wheelchair, I Still Walk with Jesus
On the anniversary of her accident, Joni Eareckson Tada reflects on God’s faithfulness.
What’s Under the Microscope Can Lead to Worship
Finding beauty in the mundane: from our morning coffee to a nematode worm.
Young, Female, and Pro-Trump
How white evangelical millennials are defying political predictions.
'A Ghost Story' Is a Haunting Ode to the Privilege of Witness
David Lowery's superb supernatural drama offers a God's-eye perspective on the intimate and the infinite.
Why Evangelism Requires Both Logic and Loveliness
An apologist argues that beauty and imagination are key to faith formation.
Miscarriage Changed Me
How trauma and loss deepened my understanding of God’s love.
‘The Big Sick’ Is a Rom-Com about a Broader Kind of Love
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s fresh take on the genre is a love poem, a laugh fest—and a refreshing ode to the beauty of family.
Why Christians Should Stop Caring About So Many Causes
True transformation takes focus, not capricious compassion.
Between Two Cultures: How Latina Christians Approach Leadership
Yvette Santana pilots a new project to coalesce Hispanic women.
In 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' Greatness Starts with Becoming a Servant
Peter Parker has finally entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe—but he can't join the Avengers until he practices the heroic discipline of humility.
Eugene Peterson Shrugs
Why theological indifference is worse than progressivism.
How Jesus Discipled Women
In a patriarchal culture, Jesus showed his followers a radically different way to relate and lead.
How We Read the Bible Rightly and Get It Wrong
Let's show mercy to those who 'misinterpret' Jeremiah 29:11 and other favorite verses.
'The Beguiled' Reveals the Cracks in Our Imagined Selves
Sofia Coppola's latest film is all about the inevitable gap between who we are and who we claim to be.
Belong Tour Canceled by New Owners
Jen Hatmaker broke the news a month before the first event.
13 Books to Read with Your Kids This Summer
What books would I take to a desert island—if my children came with me?
'Mommy, Is Gru a Good Guy or a Bad Guy?'
'Despicable Me 3' recalls the Apostle Paul's struggle to 'do the right thing.'
What Young Black Women Need from Their Black Brothers—and the Church
African American women still face significant challenges in their relationships with men.