Is Capital Punishment Just?
Christian views on the death penalty are changing, and I can no longer remain neutral.
Hope for Single Parents
Like me, you can find joy in brokenness.
Finding Jesus on the Border of North Korea
Eom Myong-hui was a model North Korean citizen—until she met Jesus. Now she's pursuing faith and ministry that may have the power to dissolve the communist regime
Looking the Other Way
How often do I see injustice and fail to act?
Is taking matters into our own hands the solution?
The Kyria Interview
Justice in the Suburbs
It 'is' possible for each of us to make a resounding difference in the world—no matter where we live. Theologian Kara Powell tells us how.
The Devil's in the Details
From the editors
How a television drama changed singer Natalie Grant's life—and motivated her to change countless others worldwide
Setting Captives Free
A sex-trafficking survivor courageously shares her story in hopes of sparing other women the same horror.
Our Suffering Sisters
A close-up look at the female face of the persecuted church—and what you can do to help.
Held hostage in a jungle for more than a year by Muslim terrorists, missionary Gracia Burnham lost her husband in a violent rescue attempt. Here's what Gracia learned during her captivity—and what she's still waiting to discover.
Scared by War
What's the best way to talk about world events?
I Was Raped
Could God heal my deep emotional scars?
More Than Skin Deep
Our friendship taught me to be colorblind.
Turning Hate Around
Sherialyn Byrdsong uses her husband's murder to teach about racial reconciliation.