Mac vs. PC: It's Time to Switch
Switch! You’ve been thinking about it for a while. Now it’s time to get serious about switching from a PC to a Mac. The key questions are: Why a Mac over a PC, how does it benefit my ministry, and how do you get the church to pay for it?

Relient K: Building On The Best Things
Hours before their tour bus caught fire along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Matt Thiessen and the other members of Relient K were discussing with Switchfoot ways the bands could support the non-profit Habitat For Humanity in their upcoming fall tour.

Review: A New Kind of Youth Ministry by Chris Folmsbee
Youth ministry veteran Chris Folmsbee, CMO (Chief Ministry Officer) of YouthFront and President of Sonlife, is convinced that youth ministry is in need of drastic change. The word he uses to describe the change he seeks is reculturing.

Tree63: Sunday! Has Come
Amy Sondova interviews Tree 63. Passionate about his roots, Ellis explains, “So many South Africans are dying of AIDS. South Africa is such a mess and you wonder if it’s ever going to become okay. No matter how bad it is right now, someday it’s going to be okay.”

Review: The Flame In All of Us by Thousand Foot Krutch
The much-anticipated fourth release from the Toronto-based Thousand Foot Krutch, The Flame In All of Us delivers powerful spiritual messages with a driving, hardcore sound.

Are Events Still Necessary?
The music continued as students sat staring, praying, singing, and reflecting on the weekend. A high school girl sat with my wife and me and said, “I know I’m not where I need to be but I’m tired of fighting God."

Review: The Glorious Revolution by Grey Holiday
Grey Holiday rocks out and leaves listeners wanting more with their debut EP album. Within the span of six songs, the band shows they have what it takes to make great music including ballads, rock anthems and catchy songs while focusing on God with lyrics written from the heart.

TastyFaith - Creating a Craving for Christ
MaryBeth McCandless interviews Ginger Sinsabaugh MacDonald. Ginger created TastyFaith resources "to help urban youth leaders create a craving for Christ with high-risk and disadvantaged city youth."

Asian Summer
Martin Smith, lead singer of Delirious?, shares his summer reflection of their 2007 summer tour to Asia.

Doing Missions Doggie Style
Sometimes, mission trips are focused on painting walls that they miss the opportunity to tear one down—that being the wall that separates city from urban youth. That invisible partition that creates racial barriers and feeds stereotypes.