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April 21, 2002

Editor's Journey by Hal Donaldson: Shirts and shoes required

Jars of Clay’s Charlie Lowell
Fame and fortune could not quell self-doubt for keyboardist Charlie Lowell. But the unconditional love of Christ brought him real peace.
By Kirk Noonan


Also in this issue

Third Day’s Mark Lee
The Christian hit "When the Rain Comes" reflects the struggles Mark Lee faced in high school and the healing he found through Jesus Christ.
By Isaac Olivarez

Sara Groves: So many words, so little time
Recently nominated for her first Dove Award, Sara Groves has seen her music career skyrocket in just a few short years. And while music is her passion, ministry remains her focus.
By Kirk Noonan

The Katinas: No compromise
Five brothers from American Samoa have found that God blesses when His servants refuse to compromise – even when that means giving up a multimillion-dollar contract with a major record label.
By John Cockroft

When the music stops ...
Mike Lefler played drums for several rock bands, but his life of drugs and alcohol nearly killed him. Today, he has a new life and uses his gifts in ministry.
By Scott Harrup


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