Crosswalk.com is brought to you by a group of writers, editors and content producers seeking to provide applicable, educational and entertaining content to followers of Jesus Christ regardless of where they are in their respective spiritual journeys.
 
We believe that the Christian faith isn’t just for Sunday mornings in Church; our faith informs every issue we face every day of the week. We want to provide content to people who are seeking to determine what living Christianity day-to-day means in their own lives.
 
Our goals at Crosswalk.com are to encourage and challenge you, to help you worship and help you think, to give you practical application of Scripture as well as positive shared testimonies and honest struggles. We strive to provide timely information on everything from Marriage, Parenting and Family issues, to Bible Study, Prayer, Spiritual Growth and Devotionals, to current events and a Christian look at movies, music and popular culture, always within an overarching framework of evangelical Christian orthodoxy.
 
You should not expect to agree with everything you read on Crosswalk.com; Christians often disagree on how to apply the principles of the Bible to the issues we face today. But you can expect to encounter biblical teaching, discussion of the latest trending topics, vibrant video, and a wealth of information meaningful to the Christian life with an emphasis on building community and preserving Christian fellowship.
 
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Crosswalk.com is brought to you by the Salem Web Network, a division of Salem Media Group, and our editorial team:
 
Stephen McGarvey
Editor-in-Chief
 
Shawn McEvoy
Managing Editor
 
Kelly Givens
Senior Editor, Women & Inspirations
 
Ryan Duncan
Editor, Entertainment & Culture
 
Carrie Dedrick
Editor, Family
 
Liz Kanoy
Editor, Faith & Devotionals
 
Veronica Neffinger
Editor, News
 
Rachel Dawson
Editor, Design
 
Cristina Rutkowski
Editor, Bible Study