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Myths of the Resurrection

Every few years someone publishes "proof" that Christ's resurrection never occurred. Most of these have the same credibility level as urban myths.

Easter and My Struggle with the Brutality of God's Plan

Don't get me wrong; I want as much mercy as I can get. But what does the traditional Easter narrative force us to conclude about the nature of God?

The Five Love Languages, Singles Edition

Understanding and applying the five love languages can enhance all your relationships. Whether it’s parents, coworkers, classmates, roommates, siblings, dating partners, or friends, this new edition provides tools to give and receive love most effectively.

Experiencing the Passion and Power of Easter

Read reformer Martin Luther's compelling meditation on the question of who really killed Christ.

Take Your Masks Off: The Value of Authenticity

What if people could see beyond your physical appearance and look at your insecurities, pride, shame, or malicious thoughts? As uncomfortable as this may sound, you can’t enjoy healthy relationships unless you remove your masks...

The Adoption Option: One Mom's Decision to Give Up Her Baby

Recently, blogger Jamey Stegmaier wrote an article for Crosswalk describing his experiences growing up as an adopted child. After a reunion with his biological mother via telephone, Jamey's birthmother shares her side of the adoption experience...

  • Laurel C. Schaffer |
  • February 13, 2009 |
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Eckhart Tolle, Oprah, New Spirituality

Is My Jealousy Justified?

Is jealousy usually one person’s problem in a relationship or an issue involving both parties?

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • January 15, 2008 |
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Action-Packed "Monsters Vs. Aliens" Offers Plenty of Laughs

While most of the story is decidedly unfussy--save for a little non-preachy takeaway--humor, not to mention a slew of well-crafted action scenes ultimately make Monsters Vs. Aliens an exciting ride from beginning to end—especially in 3-D.

Is the Bible Your Authority?

You will never have the power to live a full and fruitful godly life until you choose God's Word as your final authority.

  • James MacDonald |
  • September 15, 2008 |
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Overcoming the Fear Factor

Fear becomes a stumbling block that leaves us with regrets. Relying on our faith allows us to live fearlessly.

Is Your Church a Safe Church?

With proper security measures in place, a church or religious organization can deter or prevent a potential incident from happening, said security experts.

The Delay of Marriage and the Decline of Church Attendance

The extension of adolescence into the late twenties is highly correlated with the rise of secularism and with lower rates of church attendance.

TIME on '10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now'

TIME's list of "10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now" is not only a collection of interesting articles, it is, in itself, a sign of our cultural times.

Five Ways to Be the Husband God Wants You to Be

Paying heed to these five biblical directives can change your life and your marriage.

  • Stormie Omartian |
  • February 26, 2009 |
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Masculinity: Unwanted

Simple Ways to Invite the Love of Christ into Your Marriage

How can your marriage help lead others to Christ? And how can your marriage help lead you and your spouse into a closer relationship with Christ?

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • March 03, 2008 |
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Turn Lonely Hours into Worship Time

A lifelong personal pursuit of worshiping God is not only what God came seeking and what we will be doing forever — it is what we are to be now.

Young: Preach on Sexuality Boldly Without Vulgarity

Ed Young Jr. recently used a bed as an on-stage prop when he preached on "Leaving Lust Vegas." Young believes pastors must tackle sensitive topics like sexuality in an engaging way that does not devolve into vulgarity.

Unplugging Pornography: Helping Your Teen Escape the Trap

I communicate on a regular basis with teens who struggle with addiction to porn. These are not oddball, sadistic, perverted teens but everyday, honor-roll, churchgoing, love-their-parents, striving-to-live-for-Jesus teens.

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