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Is Your Faith Messy? Take the Chance to Live by Grace

No matter what, God is graciously willing to meet you in the middle of any situation to make something beautiful of your Messy Faith.

Tropic Thunder Skewers Hollywood Cliches

Tropic Thunder, a new comedy from director and star Ben Stiller, is profane, crude and politically incorrect. It's also uproariously funny—the year's best comedy—and has a winning performance from Robert Downey Jr.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • August 13, 2008 |
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How to Fan the Flame of Romance in Your Marriage

The Song of Solomon is all about romance in marriage. Among other things, it very clearly shows that God intends for sexual intimacy in marriage to be rich, exciting, and fulfilling...

Is the Bible 'Enough' for Church Growth?

I'm not suggesting that we don't need to organize for Bible study and outreach. But do we really agree with the Apostle Paul that it is "God who gives the growth"?

  • Kenneth S. Hemphill |
  • August 05, 2008 |
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Before You Say "I Do" to a Pre-Nup…

In an era of frequent marital break-ups, our culture often portrays those getting married without a pre-nup as either foolish or naive. But is applying our culture's wisdom on this issue the best choice for Christian couples?

  • Stephen Bloom Esq. |
  • August 05, 2008 |
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Dealing with the Control Freak in Your Life

You know them by the way they hem you in. They have a “right” way of doing things and you better do it the way they say is “right” or else you face their criticism, shame and even disrespect...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • August 05, 2008 |
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The State of Religion in London: Interview with an American Missionary

Is England becoming 'Islamicized'? Are any Brits still believers? Is the Anglican Church dying? One American shares knowledge, lessons, and advice from his ministry in London... and how it's changed him.

  • Shawn McEvoy & Timothy Miller |
  • August 11, 2008 |
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The Joseph Principle: Flourish During Times of Famine

Even though Joseph lived 3,500 years ago, his financial wisdom works as well today as it did during his time.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP (r) |
  • July 30, 2008 |
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Content to Be Good, Called to Be Godly

"That morning I honestly questioned if I was busy with the Lord’s agenda for my life or if I was simply caught up in the devil’s suggestions. I had a ministry… but was it mine, or God’s?" Author Janet Denison reflects on what to do when your life is full... but your soul is empty.

Living the Lord's Prayer

Our hearts resonate with those who have walked close to God, but we lack the experience or wisdom to accurately assess their advice. Nevertheless, a fixed reference point does exist—in Scripture. More than a prayer, The Lord's Prayer outlines the most fundamental features of the deeper Christian life.

Securing a 'Beyond Me' Marriage

Selfishness – it’s toxic in relationships. Unfortunately, there is nowhere we exhibit self-centered tendencies more regularly than within the most important human relationship: marriage.

China, the Olympics and the Bible

"Everything you can say about China is true ... somewhere in China!" Such was the insight offered by my 90-year-old friend Rosa, who with her sister, the late Ruth Graham Bell (Billy Graham's wife), was raised in China. It's a timely and useful observation as the Olympics are upon us and we Westerners are trying to understand the enigma that is China.

Let Your Relationships Refine Not Define

How close are you to being what God created? Don’t allow your unsuccessful relationships to define who you are, rather use them to refine you into the person God has designed and planned for you to be.

Rebels for Christ: Harris Twins Challenge Teens to Do Hard Things

Parents dread having rebellious kids. But 19-year-old twins Brett and Alex Harris aren't rebelling against their parents. They're rebelling against society's low expectations by proving teens can be responsible, informed, and mature. Check out Crosswalk's recent interview with Brett...

Atheism Remix

You know about traditional atheism – now, its contemporary strain is more popular and widely respected than ever. In Atheism Remix, Dr. Albert Mohler explores the “New Atheism” and its major thinkers.

Adopting from Haiti: How Author Karen Kingsbury Doubled Her Family

In the quiet incandescent glow of my computer screen, I stumbled upon an Internet site that had a photo listing of children available for adoption in Haiti. One of those was a darling five-year-old boy with huge brown eyes and dimpled smile...

Three Years Later, the Traveling Pants Still Fit

Proving that popular books can be beautifully adapted for the big screen, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 has all the verve and spunk of the original as the four friends are now wrestling with being college-age girls.

Five Logical Errors of Born Gay Ideology

It is core doctrine of pro-gay orthodoxy that homosexuals are born gay. Instead of debating the merit of this assertion, let’s grant the premise that sexual orientation is determined prior to birth by genetic, gestational or other factors. The question is whether any valid conclusions flow from this.

Faith is a Verb

Wouldn't it be an awful thing to have said about your home, family, church, or self that Jesus couldn't do much there "because of unbelief"?

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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