As we recognize ‘National Adoption Month,’ thousands of teens in the U.S. need a home. How will you help care for them?
Over at How to Talk Evangelical, Addie Zierman shares about a time when she needed Christians around her to truly care about her..
American Idol star and Southern rocker Chris Daughtry turns a page of sorts in his career with his band’s release of Baptized this month.
This Christmas do not be swept away by the illusory claims of consumerism; instead, revel in God’s gracious gifts, drink deeply the joy of relationships and life and the wonder of this wonderful season—these will leave you truly satisfied and debt free!
- November 29, 2013 |
"Sitting around the table at a feast is not a gluttonous act," Bringle said. "Sitting in front of the television gobbling potato chips is."
- November 28, 2013 |
It’s hard to reconcile these seemingly unanswered prayers with passages that declare God’s faithfulness. It’s even more difficult when anger and grief cloud your thinking.
Who dares to ask well-known leaders hard questions anymore? Janet Mefferd did in her recent interview with Mark Driscoll.
The Duck Dynasty "I am Second" video is one of the most powerful testimonies I've ever watched.
A violent game targeting random people is sweeping across the country. The practitioners, mostly teenagers, approach a stranger and see if they are capable of knocking him/her to the ground with a single punch.
Worry is the act of imagining a future without God. But Psalm 18:46 provides three words which destroy worry and fuel faith...
For Marissa Cope, the pro-life battle that saved her from abortion didn’t happen at the door of an abortion clinic.
Don’t worry — this article isn’t going to be as cynical as that title may sound.
Emily Freeman talks about her new book where she discusses how we can be creators and artists in our daily lives.
Diehard fans of adult contemporary/praise & worship trio Phillips, Craig & Dean may recognize Hope for all the World.
“You have breast cancer.” Four devastating, life altering words. Four words no woman wants to hear.
Mere Christianity is not a reduction of orthodoxy, but the distillation of Christianity so that it is fermented to its fullest potency.
Crosswalk.com chats with director Kasi Lemmons and producer T.D. Jakes about the process of bringing Black Nativity from the stage to the screen. This Christmas musical, based on the play by Langston Hughes, stars Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Tyrese Gibson, and Mary J. Blige. It hits U.S. theaters November 27.
It never hurts to dream, and one should always have hope, but the dreams of youth are not always God’s best for one’s life.