Our relationship with God -and with others- requires an investment of time and energy. It will not happen by itself.
When comedian Jimmy Fallon took NBC’s Tonight Show baton from host Jay Leno, he could have rolled out gray-hair jokes, instead he unleashed two weapons of love.
The decision made by Theodosius to proclaim Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire – and the way it accelerated and took root in the early Middle Ages – is a story seldom told in light of the caricatures that abound.
"God helped us!" Have you cried those words before?
“Few [people] have been misquoted as often as Jesus,” writes Michael Hidalgo in an article entitled 4 Things Jesus Never said.
You have experienced incredible pain. It is all right to feel sad, devastated even. But despondency does not last forever.
March 5th marks the beginning of Lent, an important time in the Christian calendar that precedes Easter Sunday on April 20.
When we say yes to one thing or person, we are already automatically saying no to someone or something else.
Prepare for Easter by inviting God to transform different aspects of your life
As the world continues to spin around my seemingly motionless body, the tick of life’s clock echoes in my mind: my days are numbered.
Here are five of the lessons that have been both the most challenging and also life-giving in our relationship.
Seven words set off a Twitter firestorm: "First off I want to thank God."
A national conversation has been ignited on the relationship between religious freedom and non-discrimination, and the dividing lines are not neat and clean. I believe there are five very important observations to make on the matter.
I am very aware that my kids will not be with me much longer. So, I am taking mental pictures all the time.
12 Years a Slave, out on DVD March 4, stars Chiwetel Ejiofor in a career performance and tells the true story of Solomon Northup, a free Northerner kidnapped into slavery in the 1800s. The Best Picture winner was also named Crosswalk's Movie of the Year for 2013. Editors Shawn McEvoy and Stephen McGarvey explain why. Read Jeffrey Huston's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Providing food, clothes, job opportunities and money are not enough when it comes to social justice. These things may be a beginning but they are far from the end.
A man who had an affair angrily asks his wife, "How long do I have to pay for what I did?" When is a person's apology "enough?" What are some things we can look for to identify a truly repentant heart?
According to a recent report, half of Americans spend more than they earn, but don’t realize it!