Our November/December 2017 Issue features a cover story on the star of Black-ish Anthony Anderson sharing how his faith has shaped TV's most important comedy.
Also Featured In the Issue:
The unlikely path of three sisters who have become indie-pop darlings.
Does the World Really Need Another Nonprofit?
Social entrepreneurs and activists explain the pitfalls of striking out on your own.
John Mark McMillan
He's created his most powerful album yet, and all it took was a spiritual crisis.
The Most Dangerous Game
The NFL's concussion crisis is no longer just sports issue. It's a humanitarian crisis.
Surviving Family Holidays
Don't let bickering and your weird uncle ruin the holidays. This guide is here to help.
Katie Davis Majors
Meet the millennial who left everything, moved to Uganda and adopted 14 kids.
Are missionaries who lie and conspire with governments doing more harm than good?
The Japanese House
Inside singer Amber Bain's face-off with her biggest critic: herself.
The Love Guru
Five years after Love Does; Bob Goff is just getting started changing the world.
Everything You Think About The AfterLife Might Be Wrong
John Eldrege has a whole new way of thinking about heaven and hell.
Chip Gaines on ending Fixer Upper; Snoop Dog's gospel album, Pastor Hillary Clinton?; The 2017 gift guide and more.
The latest books, music and movies you should know about. Trust us, these are the ones you don't want to miss.
Christine Caine breaks down what it means to have "unshakable" faith.