This is not a game. Not a show. And perfection? Not a chance. So before Easter arrives, now is the time to manage expectations.
- April 11, 2014 |
If these non-Jewish Christians are going to have any chance at getting things right on their own, they’re going to need a systematic introduction to Jewish history and their place in it.
- April 11, 2014 |
Jamie “The Very Worst Missionary” is worried for Mommy Bloggers. Read inside to find out why!
"Discretion will protect you, and understanding will guard you” (Prov. 2:11). What about protection from identity theft?
Once upon a time there lived a beautiful family whose outer beauty was only matched by their inner nobility. They were served by another equally beautiful family.
What should Christians tolerate? How is tolerating the beliefs and actions of others different from allowing sin in our own lives?
Philip Ryken's book, Salvation by Crucifixion, explains why Christ's death on the cross is the most important event in human history. And, if true, what difference the cross and resurrection should make in our daily lives as we share our faith.
Due to life expectancy, Baby Boomers are the first generation that is managing the care of their parents while still raising children.
A funeral sermon should not exceed 20 minutes and should highlight these three categories, preferably expounded from Scripture...
How is it that a people of faith, a people who have experienced grace, be so graceless? I feel competent to speak into this issue because I was for years and perhaps am often still.
Do Millennials prefer traditional or contemporary worship? Perhaps blended? The direct answer is "none of the above."
Jesus is the only one who can fulfill the deepest desires of the human heart.
Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy from CrosswalkMovies dissect the positives and negatives in Part Two of Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Hobbit, out on DVD April 8. Read Jeffrey Huston's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
“As new moms, we expect our lives will change, but we never expect to lose prayer. We never expect to lose God.”
Can a Christian practice yoga to the glory of God? David Powlison answers. For more information about David Powlison, visit: www.ccef.org
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Patience is a virtue much to be aspired to. But it is also a direct result of faith...