- Twilight: A Parent's Guide to the Vampire Series
Since Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series debuted in 2005, the four books about love-struck teenage vampires, werewolves and humans have taken the world by storm. Christians’ views on Twilight’s value as entertainment or a ministry tool vary widely. Even the series’ detractors say it has some positive elements.
- Inner-City Experiences Seek to Transform Lives
When Union Gospel Mission hosted walking tours of the Downtown Eastside this fall, guided by someone who calls this poverty-stricken community home, the response was far more than anyone expected. And not just in the large number of people who showed up.
- Country Superstar Goes Back to His Faith Roots
Country music artist Paul Brandt is getting in touch with his gospel roots. The Canadian singer-songwriter from Calgary recently released a new album featuring a gospel sound, a different direction than that of his most recent award-winning country album, Give it Away.
- When Spiritual Warfare Makes You Bite Your Tongue
It was a jaw-dropping moment for me years ago when I asked the Holy Spirit what my biggest problem was and He told me, “Your mouth.” I expected Him to tell me I needed to pray more or read the Word more—or do something more. But He assured me my mouth—the very thing He’d called me to use—was my biggest weakness during that season.
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