Everyone loves a good underdog story, and Fox’s new comedy, Enlisted, has plenty of them to share.
- January 27, 2014 |
Marriage is hard, and it's not for the reasons you may think. A trending blog post gets to the heart of the issue.
How do we help our children think about Bieber's latest mistake?
An early word of warning: the playful mandolins, banjo, hand claps, and foot stomps on Thrive are as light as this record gets.
Oftentimes, we’re left to sink into some sort of winter funk after the Christmas holidays, especially if we're living solo.
America has been at war over abortion for the last four decades and more.
Take the next step and let God take care of the details.
Intelligence is a humbling example that great actors do not always compensate for bad writing.
Who is the elusive recipient of John’s second letter? A quick review of commentaries reveals divergent opinions.
As ambassadors for Christ and as godly role models for our kids, we must hold ourselves to high standards.
Paul Greengrass directs this Oscar-nominated true story, out on DVD Jan. 21, about a 2009 showdown between Somali pirates, the U.S. Navy, and the crew of the Maersk Alabama. Crosswalk's Shawn McEvoy & Ryan Duncan explain how Greengrass creates both excitement and empathy from a story whose ending we already know. Read Jeffrey Huston's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Divine wisdom—not earthly wisdom—is needed for us to be able to discern the right response to trial.
Ed Stetzer and his team spoke with pastors' kids to see what makes them run from the pews when they get older. Here's what they found...
The butterfly hung there a long time. We decided to make sure it could fly to freedom when it decided to let go of that twig, so David took the twig out to the patio and laid it on the railway. We waited.
With all the biblical epics being released, is Hollywood getting religion? Probably not...
Want to spruce up your home but can't afford a total makeover? Here are a few easy ideas for decorating on a budget.
In the good old days of jealousy and comparison and coveting, we compared ourselves to those close to us. When someone near to us succeeded, we felt like a failure. But the good old days are gone. Now, thanks to the Internet, we can feel like failures all the time.
The email came from a young man in a distant land.