A More Interesting Quiz

Good morning! Our April newsletter coincides with exciting news: The After Party book is out today! I co-wrote it with my dear friend Nancy French, and we’re both thrilled that it’s finally available for friends like you who are asking, “Isn’t there a better way for Christians to engage in politics?” Today, I want to […]

The Transformative Power of Music

From Luke Combs and Tracy Chapman to Johann Sebastian Bach, host Curtis Chang engages in a captivating conversation with Good Faith contributor Andy Crouch about the profound significance of music in our everyday existence. Through insightful anecdotes and reflections, they explore how to actively listen to music and let it transcend mere entertainment to become a powerful conduit for meaning, expression, and even spiritual meditation. Join them as they harmonize on the transformative role of music and its timeless resonance in the human experience.

A Campfire Story: Reconnecting in an Era of Division

In this hyper-political age, stories of division and friction abound. Maybe you have one. That relative you muted on social media; the couple who no longer sits in the pew behind you at church; the loved one you pray won’t bring up the latest cable news controversy at dinner; or the coworker who has barely […]

Politics and Purity: A Test for You

Here is a quick test for you: Who is the best NBA player of all time: LeBron or Jordan? Who makes a better burger: Five Guys or In N’ Out? Which label best describes Barbie the movie: Underrated; Properly Rated; Overrated; Grossly Overrated The most comfortable men’s sweatpants are made by: Champion; Nike; Vuori; Lululemon […]
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