A rather boring concept that brings radical fruit
- November 04, 2012 |
This week we were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of a longtime Crosswalk.com contributor. Barbara Curtis died unexpectedly of a stroke on Tuesday, October 30, 2012. She was 64.
Disney's "love letter to video games" appeals equally to kids, gamers, and grown-ups.
Trials and challenges are an inevitable part of life and whether we like it or not, they benefit us if we allow them to.
How does democratic government relate to the governing of the Kingdom?
A whopping 22 percent of Protestant pastors haven't settled on a presidential candidate, according to a survey released earlier this month by LifeWay Research. By comparison, just 4 percent of all likely voters remain undecided, according to Gallup.
Depressed teens behave differently than one might expect. But what they need is for us to draw near, not judge their emotions.
If Moses had led the Hebrews in a successful revolt against Egypt, the credit would have gone to Moses.
Some people think of writing as simply a means to communicate, but in reality, writing has a much greater power.
How is Scotty McCreery the only "American Idol" winner yet to release a full-length holiday album? It's also no shock that the good musical tidings are duly predictable yet tolerable.
What is a wife to do when she's in a difficult marriage with an unloving husband? Is "wives, respect your husbands" conditional?
What do you do when a major cultural event that does not represent your values threatens to hijack your activities?
Earthy. Poppy. Raw. Polished. Bluesy. Rocked out. Electric. Folky. Just when you think you have this album dialed, each song successively surprises with variation and nuance.
Do you want to hear about the real "war on women"? Well, it’s not coming from the Republicans or the Democrats.
How should Christians respond to this holiday?
The Obama campaign placed an ad on its website titled “Lena Dunham: Your First Time.” Talking directly to the camera, she likens voting for Barack Obama to losing your virginity.
If I catch myself pretending or proving, I know I'm processing my hurt the wrong way.
The occasional clever parallel to the current political climate is forgotten every time another jaw-dropping crack about sex or bodily functions occurs.
The issue of Halloween presses itself annually upon the Christian conscience. What's the significance?
- October 29, 2012 |