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For Christians who have hit spiritual bedrock: A review of “Deeper” by Dane C. Ortlund

“Family Camp,” from The Skit Guys, is a surprising Christian comedy

How to prevent politics from severing relationships: An interview with “Now What?” coauthor Beth Silvers

What I wish the True Love Waits movement would have taught me

How to lead in an unstable culture: Mark Sayers points to the true stronghold in “A Non-anxious Presence”

The end of an era: Living through the gray zone of our changing world

On the oddity of “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” the multiverse, and why Christians need to rethink art

The football coach at the center of a Supreme Court religious liberty case

Will America break up? In “Divided We Fall,” David French says it’s possible

The “theology of making” is indispensable for modern Christians: A review of “Art and Faith” by Makoto Fujimura

Today in history: Jackie Robinson breaks MLB color line—and the one important aspect often overlooked

Mark Wahlberg’s new film “Father Stu” is a true-story parable on suffering and faith

Watergate 50 years later: “Watergate: A New History” is a grim reminder of corruptive power

The troubling reason “Moon Knight” has gotten mixed reviews

Tiger Woods to play the Masters: Why this is “a story that’s just beyond belief”

Why changes to the NFL’s “Rooney Rule” may not change much

Caught in the perfect storm of viewing porn? Here’s how Jesus responded to sexual sin

John Legend sings for peace at the Grammys, shows video plea from Ukrainian president Vladimir Zelensky 

What does it mean to work for your Father? A review of “The Family Business” by Geoff Peters

"The 5 Masculine Instincts” by Chase Replogle, courtesy of Moody Publishers

The two essentials for building Christian character: An excerpt from “The 5 Masculine Instincts” by Chase Replogle

Should we forgive Will Smith? How biblical forgiveness overcomes cancel culture and the outrage cycle

What the chaos of March Madness teaches us about handling life’s uncertainties

Today in history: The birth of Wernher von Braun, the Nazi rocket scientist who became a Christian

Jesus understands: An excerpt from “The Most Misunderstood Women of the Bible” by Mary DeMuth

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