Call for Pitches: Sisterhood

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of sisterhood.

CAPC Magazine, April 2017: Realistically Ever After

Facing the realities of life with all it’s dysfunction and mess isn’t easy.

Struck by Russ Ramsey, Free for CAPC Members

Death’s party-crashing ways are detailed in a new book by Russ Ramsey, titled Struck: One Christian’s Reflections on Encountering Death.

CAPC Magazine, March 2017: ‘Befriending Others’

Learning to befriend those who are utterly different from ourselves is nothing short of a miracle.

Call for Pitches: Suffering with the Least

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of “suffering with the least.”

CAPC Magazine, February 2017: ‘And the Winner Is…’

Award show season reminds us of the power stories have to change hearts and sway the masses.

CAPC Magazine, January 2017: ‘Your Best Year Now’

Certainly 365 days is long enough to craft and create the life we’ve always wanted. Right?

Call for Pitches: And the Winner Is…

Write for our magazine! Submit a pitch for a feature article on the theme of “And the Winner Is…”

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2016

A List of Our Favorite Things from 2016.

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2016: #5 to #1

A list of our favorite things from 2016, from #5 to #1.

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2016: #10 to #6

A list of our favorite things from 2016, from #10 to #6.

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2016: #15 to #11

A list of our favorite things from 2016, from #15 to #11.

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2016: #20 to #16

A list of our favorite things from 2016, from #20 to #16.

The Christ and Pop Culture 25 of 2016: #25 to #21

A list of our favorite things from 2016, from #25 to #21.

CAPC’s Most-Read Articles of 2016

Looking back on our most-read articles of 2016 provides an excellent highlight reel of the Year That Shall Not Be Named.

CAPC Magazine, December 2016: ‘What Christmas Is All About’

It’s easy to either succumb to the commercialization of the season or become overly protective—and pushy—about the Christian aspects of the holiday.