We say we want to make Jesus known to those around us, but how do we do it? Sarah Martin explains how we can all do ministry and make Jesus famous, no matter our circumstances.
We pray three core values over our children: learning, leadership, and the love of God.
"And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher?”
A wedding does not make a marriage. Just because a couple pledged their lives to each other does not guarantee they will keep that pledge. Yesterday's promise must be today's commitment.
We don’t hear about sloth much these days, but it’s a good word, one we ought to get reacquainted with, because it holds a major key to life-change through the power of God.
Sometimes I think we knock ourselves out talking about a Christian worldview, but then don’t behave as Christians.
Ever feel at the end of yourself as a parent? Yeah, me too!
Single parenting can be rough and lonely. And although Jesus is our Redeemer, we must still deal with heartache.
It can be hard to let new people into your inner circle. Here's why it's worth it.
I devoted myself to the Lord and his service, but the only people who pay any attention to me are already married!
I have three daughters, the oldest of whom is seven, so we haven’t had to spend a whole lot of time talking about modesty. Yet. But I know without a doubt that the time is coming.
Have you ever thought what it would be like it we actually behaved the same way we do on Facebook in real life? Talk about awkward!
What do Crosswalk Editors Steve McGarvey and Ryan Duncan think of this new stop-motion fairytale? Find out as we review the latest installment from Laika studios, The Boxtrolls. Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
I was beginning to respond to people in anger instead of love. Somehow bitterness had replaced my peace in Christ.
Western society is currently experiencing what can only be described as a moral revolution.
If you get too complacent with money, little drops leak out here and there, causing a lot of damage to your financial situation.
Time with CNN reports on a new study by researchers at Tulane University that indicates spanking children leads to more aggressive behavior. God's Word tells us to bring up children in the training and admonition of the Lord, and that includes spanking when necessary---but never out of anger, frustration, or a lack of patience.
Prayer is an act of weakness. When we pray we admit to God that we desperately need help. That we’re weak and needy and not in control of all things. That we are not self-sufficient.