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Pray for Your Adult Children

Praying for your adult children will connect you to the only perfect Parent – God – and invite Him to act powerfully in their lives...

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 16, 2009 |
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Sleepy, "Lazy" Teenagers?

A simple approach to improving both discipline and academics in schools is to start the school day later.

  • Dr. Joseph J. Horton |
  • September 07, 2009 |
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Change Your Parenting Style during the Teen Years

Many parents arrive at the teen years with everything going like clockwork, so why change?

Dealing With Teen Anger

Anger in your teenager can take on many faces. It can be a seething anger kept quietly below the surface, or a tidal wave unleashed on everyone around them.

Taming Tween Divas: Relearning Temperance

"Generation Divas" are tween girls who are becoming obsessed with hair, make-up, clothing, and body image at earlier and earlier ages. Why?

Possibly the Greatest Teen Parenting Mistake

Well intentioned parents, doing as they have always done to protect their children when they were young, often circle the wagons and marshal control when their teenager makes a mistake in judgment...

Hope for Your Struggling Teenager

When you’re struggling with a wayward teenager, it can seem as though your world is being turned upside down...

Abortion Advocates Texting Our Kids?

Different from sexting, "sex texting" is promoted and run by adults. Take the new Birds and Bees text line in North Carolina. The service encourages children to text their questions about sexuality from the privacy of their own cell phones, and promises a response within 24 hours...

“But Mom, It's Not My Fault!”

When you make the decision to stop enabling your adult child, you will have to be firm in not listening to these common excuses.

Modesty Makes a Comeback

Psssst. Let me whisper so that your kids won’t hear… modesty has made a comeback.

Fathers, Sons and Homosexuality

The causes of homosexuality continue to both fascinate and divide people. Here, one Christian psychologist examines the popular father-deficit theory.

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • July 02, 2009 |
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Christian Motherhood: Battling for Your Child's Soul

This will not be your run-of-the-mill light-and-fluffy Mother’s Day column. Last week I did a fairly random check on my children’s computers and I found pornography on one of them...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • June 25, 2009 |
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Hooked: Teens on Casual Sex

One new book shows how teenage sexual activity can affect the brain. It's not good news.

Sexting: A Parent’s Guide to Keeping Your Kids Safe

Cell phone "sexting" can have devastating consequences. HomeWord's Jim Liebelt shares practical ways parents can keep their teens safe...

"Sexting," Teen Maturity and Parental Responsibility

Our teenagers live like the twenty-year-olds of their parents' generation, while possessing the maturity of five-year-olds.

Stop the Flow of Money to Your Adult Kids

We must stop being the First Bank of Mom and Dad for our adult children...

10 House Rules for Boomerangs

Whether your kid returns home due to tough economic times, a failed marriage or just to get his or her bearings after college, it can be very stressful unless everyone understands and shares the same expectations.

Finance Q&A: Should I Trust My Teen with An Allowance?

Many consumers today are stressing with money issues because they didn’t learn to budget as children and teens. Learning to be financially savvy before leaving home is a huge advantage...

“But He's a Good Kid…”

It’s hard for parents in pain to recognize and admit that who our children used to be is not who they are now. Many of our adult children are emotionally, intellectually, psychologically, socially, and spiritually stunted...

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