Several years ago I learned an important lesson while spending three months in New Zealand.
Music is a gift that we humans sometimes don’t fully appreciate. If recent studies are to be believed, music can even make us smarter.
'Thinking errors’ interrupt our ability to take responsibility. Judge for yourself how you see them impacting your relationships.
As you walk through each minute of each day you really only have two options.
Have you ever done something that looking back you think: How could I have done that?
What does it mean to trust God with everything? I’m trying to figure that out now, after I miscarried my baby.
We know things are wrong, but we don’t know what we can do about them. The problem of poverty seems too big to really make a difference.
It's been said: If you want to get along with God, stay off his throne. Here's another way to say it: If you want to exalt Jesus, put him on yours.
Rather than follow a predictable trajectory of rebellion during the dawn of rock, it takes a refreshing track of spiritual exploration.
The single case where liberals can be depended on to abandon the weakest and littlest has to do with abortion.
Don't lose yourself while becoming yourself.
Listen, there is JOY TO BE FOUND in snuggle time and there is joy to be found in alone time. There is a time for it all.
Today’s child is surrounded by tablets, flat screen TVs, mobile phones, and computers. What's going on in their brains?
Kirk Cameron talks faith, family, and baseball with Crosswalk.com's Ryan Duncan as they discuss his newest movie, Mercy Rule.
The making of art may need no justification, but sometimes, in surprising and whimsical ways, God gives it.
Maybe it’s because we are so focused on others, but sometimes we neglect to focus in on ourselves and our own health.
Directors Jon and Andrew Erwin give faith-based humor with social and spiritual relevance their best shot and get two out of three right.
School is back in session; football has begun. The season has changed.