Even if this is your first Father’s Day as a single dad, you have several opportunities to fulfill your role as a godly father.
- June 14, 2013 |
Mixing religion and entertainment, as NBC has tried to do with its new prime time TV sitcom Save Me, starring Anne Heche, can be a tricky business.
- June 14, 2013 |
By looking at the Bible as if it were fundamentally about us, we totally miss the Point.
If the breakdown of the family is one of the causes of secularism and makes evangelization -- including the evangelization of our own kids -- increasingly difficult, this Sunday, Father's Day, isn’t too soon for repentance and a changed way of life.
I’ve been interviewing a lot of new Christians to hear how God has worked to bring them to the Savior. One pattern intrigues me. I often hear of people asking one question but really seeking an answer to something else.
In a culture where the arts are struggling to rise above the silly and the profane, the church has an incredible opportunity. Are we taking advantage of it?
What does Psalm 46 teach us about resting in the Lord?
As a homeschooling family on the mission field, we encountered many challenges, such as a lack of materials at home.
The cast and crew of Man of Steel talk about the relevance of Superman.
Consider it a modern "scared straight" kind of story, one that fathers and sons should consider seeing together.
In the aftermath of Starbucks’ shareholder meeting, biblically responsible investing gets another look.
Is Oz the Great and Powerful, out on DVD June 11, a worthy prequel to the 1939 classic? Are there any positive takeaways or cautions to be aware of? Crosswalk's Shawn McEvoy & Stephen McGarvey break down Sam Raimi's take on the origins of the Wizard and the Wicked Witch. Read Christian Hamaker's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
It is a sin to dwell on past blessings if . . .
We should avoid these dangerous tendencies
When I joined a church, my pastor became the first example of what a faithful, wise, godly father and husband was supposed to look like.
Dear Deborah: Do I need to stop giving to pay our debts?
My fiancée still talks to her ex-lover of seven years on a regular basis. She says it's very innocent because they have been friends for many years...
Encouragement for those of us who have been told by God to wait, to sit still, to stay put.
Oh, no. The “L” word. The “L” word with which married folks think we singles struggle the most. Not "lust," actually - "love."