Noah is a biblical epic, starring Hollywood actors, directed by an atheist, about God's wrath and mercy, surrounded in unknowns.
Dr. Roger helps a reader understand the difference between being baptized in the Spirit, being filled with the Holy Spirit, and speaking in tongues.
While these issues are not unique to pastors, they are certainly pervasive.
God is shaking everything that can be shaken. That which is true and righteous will remain.
We either live by the letter of the law, which kills the soul, or we live by the Spirit, which gives life (2 Cor 3:6).
“When I know she’s going to be critical of me,” Jonathan began slowly, “I brace myself. I try to prepare for it.”
Online learning has become a viable, popular options in post-secondary education. How can you make these new tools work for you?
Star Crossed tries to incorporate relevant social commentary into its story, but leaden dialogue and lack of subtly make it more laughable than anything else.
Death is the ultimate shadow through which we all must walk, but the Lord's presence can sustain us through any dark place.
We know that money can be a touchy subject amongst friends. How do we know when it's appropriate to talk about money and when it isn't?
Should Christian business owners have the right to refuse services to customers based on sexual orientation?
The latest entry in the Marvel superhero genre is Thor: The Dark World, out on DVD Feb. 25, which follows the events of 2011's Thor and 2012's The Avengers. Crosswalk.com's movie guys sort out the thunder from the merely noisy in this tale of the Norse demigod. Read Susan Ellingburg's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Have you ever not spoken about God because you worried that you wouldn't be able to answer questions about him?
Love grows in those moments we "steal away" from the rest of the world. Here's a few ideas to get you started.
Crosswalk.com's movie guys check out Gravity, out on DVD Feb. 25, a thrilling, space disaster film starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Will director Alfonso Cuaron's haunting odyssey stand up against previous out-of-this world adventures? Read Christian Hamaker's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
I know that there is no pain like the pain of a love-relationship ending. I’ve had it happen five times, three with the same man.
And then it hits us: We don’t really know how to incorporate the Holy Spirit into Bible study. That thought is so frightening that we won’t tell anyone. We will just sit the Bible on a shelf.
How could you possibly talk yourself out of debt? Could getting out of debt really be that easy? Well no, it’s not actually.
How is it possible to have peace at all times and in every way? The apostle Paul gives us insight into this.