Take the school basics and turn them into a game. This not only helps to pass the time, but brings out the creativity!
My first major bout with depression came my freshman year in college.
Upon its publication in 2011, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children immediately established author Ransom Riggs as a children’s author with a rather unique niche.
Do you think our culture is messed up? Imagine what the culture of ancient Rome was like. Yet Christianity triumphed over it.
While you may legitimately be upset with your mate, you can still find aspects about your mate to appreciate and value.
Philip Nation advises us how to respond to the growing opinion that churchgoing is unnecessary or optional for believers.
God is not our companion in the tasks of the day. We are his companions and because of that, the work we do becomes redemptive work. Even mundane tasks have eternal purpose.
To encourage our faith, James provides an historical example to whom we can relate—the praying prophet Elijah.
No matter how many people like or comment on your posts – selfies or otherwise – who you are in Christ is secure.
Stories about experiences of heaven have come and gone. But none have so captivated public attention or stirred controversy like Heaven Is for Real.
Lessons learned in a pile of what I almost finished
I prayed for wisdom…and the response was the realization that unconditional love and support from your family is the foundation.
The definition of "hate" has some very strong language. However this wording is much strongter than the way it is often used in our modern world.
What is truly significant about the days we are living in? The Gospel is spreading and more people are passionate about loving Jesus than at any other time in history.
It’s been fifty years since President Johnson declared a “War on Poverty.” So who won?
Christian viewers were stunned this Sunday when the Grammy Awards featured an on-air officiating of 34 weddings, which included a number of same-sex couples.
The last three decades have seen the emergence of a renaissance in leadership, and the deep hunger for leaders has never been more evident than now. Like me, you want to grow as a leader and to be ready for all the leadership opportunities that you may be called to accept.
Crosswalk's Stephen McGarvey & Shawn McEvoy are back with a review of the sequel to 2009's Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Does the follow-up, out on DVD Jan. 28, compare favorably to the original's colorful puns and settings? Watch to find out! Read Christa Banister's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.