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  • Is Capital Punishment Just?Subscriber Access Only
    Christian views on the death penalty are changing, and I can no longer remain neutral.
    Is Capital Punishment Just? Christian views on the death penalty are changing, and I can no longer remain neutral. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. Is Capital Punishment Just?
  • 3 Lies We Believe About the BibleSubscriber Access Only
    Dangerous clichés we've crafted from Scripture
    Dangerous clichés we've crafted from Scripture. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. 3 Lies We Believe About the Bible. Copyright © 2015 by Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence and Christianity Today.
  • A Prostitute and a Gallon of MilkSubscriber Access Only
    The surprising lesson Rahab teaches us about faith
    A Prostitute and a Gallon of Milk. The surprising lesson Rahab teaches us about faith. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. A Prostitute and a Gallon of Milk. Image: ANGIE MAKES / SHUTTERSTOCK
  • The Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015 Subscriber Access Only
    Our readers and writers pick the best of TCW.
    “Is It Okay to Be 'Fat'?” by Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. “Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence confronts the pernicious belief that women above a size 4 are slothful gluttons.
  • Advent Devotional CalendarSubscriber Access Only
    Root your soul in hope this season.
    Monday, December 7. “Get up early one morning to make yeast bread,” Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence and I suggested in TCW's “The Adventure of Advent” article.
  • Embracing the (R-Rated) BibleSubscriber Access Only
    Why we need the Bible’s ugliest and most terrifying stories
    In our cover story, “3 Lies We Believe About the Bible,” Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence examines this tendency of ours to morph Scripture into slogans. She
  • Grieving a Lost PregnancySubscriber Access Only
    There is no preparing for the loss of your baby.
    “Growing Through a Miscarriage” by Tammy Darling. “Missed” by Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. Infertility. “We Didn't Choose to Be Childless” by Christy Scannell.
  • Go Ahead: Pray UglySubscriber Access Only
    God welcomes your rock-bottom prayers.
    Struggling to find the words to pray? Consider Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence's exploration of the value we can find in praying the words of others. Stuck in a rut?
  • Teach Us to Pray (Liturgically)Subscriber Access Only
    Uncovering the riches of the Christian tradition
    Uncovering the riches of the Christian tradition. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. Teach Us to Pray (Liturgically). Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence is a TCW regular contributor.
  • The Body-Soul ConnectionSubscriber Access Only
    Drawing near to God through sight, smell, taste, and touch
    In this Today's Christian Woman issue, Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence challenges that myopic focus on the shape and size of our bodies, offering a balanced and biblical response to a culture
  • Stop Overlooking Singles in ChurchSubscriber Access Only
    How you can better engage with 50 percent of the U.S. population
    How you can better engage with 50 percent of the US population. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. Stop Overlooking Singles in Church. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence is a TCW regular contributor.
  • Party of One and Proud of ItSubscriber Access Only
    5 choices that honor singleness
    In “Stop Overlooking Singles in the Church,” Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence offers ideas for how married women can do a better job of connecting with and embracing single women in their
  • The Immigrant Next DoorSubscriber Access Only
    3 women on the changing face of cross-cultural ministry
    3 women on the changing face of cross-cultural ministry. By Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. The Immigrant Next Door. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence is a TCW regular contributor.
  • The World: Love It or Hate It?Subscriber Access Only
    Developing a gospel-centric, global perspective
    In “The Immigrant Next Door,” Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence profiles three Christian women who—each in their own way—responded to God's call to reach out to immigrant and refugees in
  • The Problem with GoogleSubscriber Access Only
    Have we deified the world’s most famous search engine?
    Have we deified the world's most famous search engine? By Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence. The Problem with Google. Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence is a TCW regular contributor.

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