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Total Church: A Radical Reshaping around Gospel and Community

Church is not a meeting you attend or a place you enter. It’s an identity that shapes the whole of life so that life and mission become ‘total church.'

  • Tim Chester and Steve Timmis |
  • October 02, 2008 |
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Should You Have a Living Will? A Christian Lawyer's Perspective

Medical advancements carry a price: families must increasingly face murky ethical questions. Attorney Stephen Bloom explains "living wills" (or "advanced directives") in layman's terms while weighing in on some of the dangers he’s observed with these documents…

  • Stephen Bloom, Esq. |
  • September 30, 2008 |
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Brouwer’s Broken Angel Twists and Surprises

In Broken Angel, Sigmund Brouwer’s characters are extremely well developed, and his descriptions are excellent. His pacing is rapid, and he fills the book with plenty of twists and surprises, right up to the very end.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 25, 2008 |
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Furthering Christ's Ministry in a Divided World

While He is gone, what are we—His bride—to be doing with our time? We are to be continuing the ministry of reconciliation that Jesus began while He was here, calling people out of the culture of death into the assurance of eternal life...

How Does Submission Fit into Modern Marriages?

Wives supporting their families financially, wives of unbelievers, and wives of deployed soldiers are among the countless women who approach Cindy Easley asking, “How does submission work in my marriage?” Easley, wife of Moody Bible Institute president Michael Easley, shares her insights with Crosswalk…

  • Sarah Jennings |
  • September 18, 2008 |
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A Parade of Everyday Addicts

Only in recent years have we begun to offer legitimate treatment for some of the obvious addictions, such as alcohol and drug abuse. We even endorse such programs in our churches. However, we still don’t recognize the myriad other addictions, let alone help people deal with them. Read more from Dr. David Hawkins' Breaking Everyday Addictions...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • September 16, 2008 |
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Psalm 51: Darkness and Light

“He’d lived in the darkness for so long he didn’t know that it was dark. Dark was normal, and since he’d never experienced light, dark didn’t seem dark to him.” This meditation on Psalm 51 by Paul Tripp marvels at what happens when the light finally breaks through – and we see what we never knew we were missing.

  • Paul David Tripp |
  • September 11, 2008 |
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The Purity Code

Can you believe that the decisions you make today can affect you for the rest of your life? That's why thousands of preteens and teens are committing to the Purity Code. It's a promise to God, your family, and your future spouse to live a life of sexual integrity and purity.

Great Conversations Continue in Zacharias' New Birth

In New Birth or Rebirth?, Ravi Zacharias creates a dialogue between Jesus and Krishna, as well as Subramaniam—a real-life Hindu who challenged the religion of his birth and faced immense persecution.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 04, 2008 |
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Wind River

Desperate to forget what happened to him in Iraq, Tyler Perkins flees to the emptiness of Wyoming. He's accompanying his 86-year-old friend on a fly-fishing trip for old time's sake. But their trek to an idyllic trout lake soon becomes something more deeply harrowing.

Peter Pan and the Death of Marriage

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 01, 2008 |
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Christian Leaders Must be Readers

Can it be true that we no longer read? Could this explain why many churches struggle to recruit leaders for various ministry needs?

  • Kenneth S. Hemphill |
  • September 01, 2008 |
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Psalm 51: Something Bigger

What happens when you acknowledge that your physical sin is caused by a heart that’s run amuck? The result is that you turn, really turn. True confession always results in living for something bigger. Read more from Whiter Than Snow.

Hope and Forgiveness Found in Dickson’s Cure

Like most Christian fiction, The Cure isn’t primarily plot- or character-driven. It’s centered around a message of hope and forgiveness, and God’s unending offer to make all things new.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 28, 2008 |
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The Jewel of Gresham Green

Jewel Libby has fled to safety in the peaceful dairy village of Gresham, but the village has its own problems. Jewel finds that she must offer support and strength for several. But an unlikely romance is about to change everything. Read more from The Jewel of Gresham Green.

H. Norman Wright on Healing for the Father Wound

The wounds resulting from a fatherless upbringing follow children into adulthood, affecting daughters in unique ways. H. Norman Wright, an experienced family counselor, has helped countless women heal from their childhood losses. He recently sat down with Crosswalk to discuss his book Healing for the Father Wound ...

Practical Christian Theology for Women

If a woman is not grounded in her knowledge of God, some battles may threaten to shatter her faith. Author Wendy Alsup helps women get to know practical theology as an encouragement and tool for their everyday lives.

  • Wendy Horger Alsup |
  • August 23, 2008 |
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A Twisted Heart: Brideshead Revisited

On the surface, with its period settings and costumes, the new film Brideshead Revisited looks like a faithful adaptation of the classic novel by Evelyn Waugh. Underneath, it is anything but faithful.

Cameron Discusses Fame and Faith in Still Growing

Some may not know that Kirk Cameron became a born-again Christian during his years starring on the TV sitcom, Growing Pains. In this autobiography, Cameron shares his perspective on fame, faith and Hollywood.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 21, 2008 |
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Wild Goose Chase

Celtic Christians called the Holy Spirit An Geadh-Glas, or “the Wild Goose," a name that hints at the mysterious nature of the Holy Spirit. I think the Celtic Christians were on to something that institutionalized Christianity has missed out on.

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