- January 06, 2011 |
Looking forward to the New Year, what topic comes to my mind? Dying. And dying daily.
Let's evaluate our lives, make plans and goals, and live this new year with biblical diligence.
At least 21 people were killed and scores were wounded on Saturday when a bomb outside a church in Alexandria, Egypt, exploded as congregants were leaving a New Year's Eve Mass celebration.
The question of our own biological origins is eventually inescapable. Our existence requires an explanation, and the question takes bold form. The answer used to be easy - a mommy and a daddy came together and made a baby.
Still in the Christmas spirit? Read 10 things about the Christmas Story you might have missed, then transition into 2011 with four reasons to face the new year without fear. It's all here in our most popular articles of December!
Time flies. Where does it go? Does it ever seem like we have enough to go around for our families and for the ministry to which God has called us?
One highly publicized tragedy doesn't account for the hundreds of thousands of Christians who have been lost to Iraq one way or another in the past seven years, Christians say.
“My dream is that Ligonier Academy will supply this nation with an entire generation of articulate Christians who understand the Bible and live out their faith..." -R.C. Sproul
The Scripture is full of exhortations for believers to remain steadfast in the face of hard times.
God wants to answer prayers of faith for the impossible. Are we willing to step out into this dimension in our prayer lives?
When a diagnosis of retinitis pigmentosa at the age of 15 began robbing her of her sight and her dreams of becoming a commercial artist, nationally-known author Jennifer Rothschild learned firsthand the reality of "walking by faith, not by sight." Recently, Jennifer shared her message of hope with Crosswalk.
Although surrounded by loving friends and family, we felt indescribable loneliness and abandonment by God.
If you are feeling your marriage has been drifting or stressed, now is the perfect time for a mid-course correction.
In Faithful, Kim Cash Tate communicates the subtleties of married sexuality with taste and insight. Kudos to Thomas Nelson Publishers for allowing her to paint realistic, yet not graphic, personal situations between couples.
"Can unmarried women be allowed to have babies through artificial insemination? What's the Bible saying about this?" It's THE controversial question of the day. Find out how "He" and "She" have answered it in this month's edition of "He Said-She Said."