Lecrae’s Balancing Act: Religion, Race and Holy Hip Hop
Rapper Lecrae inspires both praise and debate with his blend of solid beats and Reformed theology.
September 10, 2012
Born Out of Violence
Torn from the womb after his mother’s murder 16 years ago, Eli Evans knows that he’s alive for a reason. This is his story of forgiveness, faith, and destiny.
August 2, 2012
Pastor on the Roof, Q&A with Corey Brooks
For nearly two months Pastor Corey Brooks has been living, praying, and preaching on the roof of a vacant motel on Chicago’s Southside. He says it will take nothing less than a revival to transform America’s inner cities.
January 15, 2012
Confronting ‘The New Jim Crow,’ Q&A with Michelle Alexander
Author and legal scholar Michelle Alexander believes America’s mass incarceration of black men represents a new “racial caste system,” and that nothing short of a social revolution can dismantle it.
June 17, 2011
Chicago’s Rebel Priest
A battle of wills ensued over the leadership of an inner-city Chicago parish when Father Michael Pfleger stood at an impasse with his superiors earlier this year. Is it possible for a white priest who seems more like a black Pentecostal preacher to coexist with the Catholic Church?
May 31, 2011