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Sin, Civil Rights, and Missions: MLK Day Reflections

Martin Luther King and most of the other great black leaders were cut from a different cloth, one that recognized the biblical doctrine of human depravity as a great antidote to racism, since it makes it harder for us to view others humans—whatever race—as less advantaged before God.

Five Pursuits to Lead You Out of Chronic Hopelessness

Life brings some long, hard seasons: illness, financial struggles, a culture that depletes our energies from pursuing God. But as with all things, God has The Cure for the Chronic Life.

A Prayer with Haiti

Kent Annan, author of the new book After Shock: Searching for Honest Faith When Your World is Shaken, moved to Haiti eight years ago and lived in Darbonne, near the epicenter of last year's earthquake. A year later, he lifts this public prayer to God.

Seven Steps toward Breaking Destructive Patterns

No matter how deeply you've been drawn into destructive patterns, God is ready to give you the Power to Reinvent Yourself.

iF@ith: Connecting with God in the 21st Century

Bloggers, tweeters, texters, emailers, and all of you who are accustomed to moving quickly, thinking quickly, and acting quickly while also tweeting and messaging multiple times in a day: Dan Darling's message is for you. Read an excerpt from iF@ith.

It's Time to Start Confessing Good Things about Yourself!

What kind of things do you say about yourself? I used to be so hyper-critical of myself that one day the Holy Spirit spoke to me about it...

Ten Questions to Ask at the Start of a New Year

Let's evaluate our lives, make plans and goals, and live this new year with biblical diligence.

Dying One Day at a Time: Living for God, Not for Me

Looking forward to the New Year, what topic comes to my mind? Dying. And dying daily.

How to Remain Steadfast in the Face of Hard Times

The Scripture is full of exhortations for believers to remain steadfast in the face of hard times.

Treasures in the Wilderness of Suffering

Although surrounded by loving friends and family, we felt indescribable loneliness and abandonment by God.

  • Sharon W. Betters |
  • December 29, 2010 |
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Sailing on the Dawn Treader: Lessons a'Plenty

C. S. Lewis never missed a chance to teach a moral lesson. And The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is no exception.

Love & Christmas: A Perfect Match

The baby Jesus is our family's focus every Christmas. However, one December many years ago there was another baby we were thinking about...

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • December 23, 2010 |
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Crosswalk's Top 20 Faith-Related Articles of 2010

We at Crosswalk would like to thank you, our readers, for reading what we hope is encouraging, challenging, helpful content as you seek to walk closer with Christ. Inside are the articles related to issues of faith, ministry, and Christian living that you clicked on the most in 2010... which also gives us great ideas for the kinds of things we'll be publishing in 2011 and beyond.

The Greatest Lie

There is only one way for us to overcome the meaninglessness of our existence: we must discover who God designed us to be. But we are separated from Him by our sin... believing the greatest lie. It is repeated a million times a day: "Jesus is not the only Savior."

  • Dr. Michael Youssef |
  • December 21, 2010 |
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Far As the Curse Is Found

Yes, we live on a planet that is under the curse of God. The whole creation groans together in travail. But for the Christian there is, in every season, great cause to sing "Joy to the world…"

How to Consume Less Stuff to Enjoy Life More

Contrary to what the advertisers say, breaking free of consumerism won't give you a smaller life; it will give you a larger vision of how to become the person God made you be.

The Writer as Madman and Mystic

The ancient muses, it was thought, helped create works of art and literature. But the God in whom I believe is about creating certain kinds of people, shaping them into men and women who believe, hope, and love.

The Shelter of God's Promises

In The Shelter of God's Promises, Sheila Walsh searches Scripture for what God has promised us, what God's promises mean, and how encounters with Christ are the eternal fulfillment of His unrelenting commitment to us.

The Island of Misfit Toys

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