I don't know much, but I do know what's awesome about this holiday, and how to ensure my family, like the reborn Scrooge, knows how to keep Christmas.
Crosswalk editors share tales of holiday mirth (and a Santa hat) while wishing you and yours a blessed - and humorous - Christmas season.
It doesn’t take much to bring the merry back into Christmas. Which one of these would work with your family?
Frozen, out on DVD March 18, is a tale of summer turned eternal winter through fear and isolation. Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy try not to give too much away in explaining how an act of true love saves the day. With beautiful animation, Broadway-quality songs, witty humor and a new twist on the princess genre, Frozen is the next Disney classic. Read Susan Ellingburg's full-text review for Crosswalk here.
God has given you the ability to fight evil and overcome it with good through the most powerful weapon possible: prayer.
You may wish you had more money than you do. If you’re an American, though, you’re living in the richest nation on Earth.
Is the advice, "the best friendships make the best marriages" sound? Find out in today's edition of He Said-She Said.
It’s not about winning a culture war. We win through how we engage our neighbors. Our honor should be on full display… even on Facebook.
1. In our house, Christmas is about Jesus. That first. The rest follows. 2. The stuff goes away. Relationships do not.
If you grew up in U.S. evangelicalism, especially in the south, there’s a good chance you grew up hearing about the evils of alcohol.
C.S. Lewis is perhaps the most recognized name in all of Christian literature. His fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia, is beloved by children and adults the world over.
A must-watch for anyone impacted by Calvin & Hobbes. Far from flawless, it manages to marvel at Bill Watterson's art and unusual choices.
Whether you are struggling to feel content with the material things in your life, or something a little deeper, I’ve found these three principles help to refocus our perspective.
There is a perfect time to leave a church, but what that "time" is may surprise you.
Under a new director, deeper themes lurk beneath the disturbing surface story of this sequel to offer a surprisingly relevant takeaway.
iBelieve chats with Ann Voskamp who talks about her new book, The Greatest Gift, and how we can slow our lives down to cherish the importance of Advent and Christmas.
Love is a choice, marriage is hard, and there's no man or woman out there who can "complete" you.
If you obey God and depend on Him, amazing things will happen. People will be blessed. You will be blessed.
Dr. Roger explains the significance of the number 666 in Revelation.
The latest entry in the Marvel superhero genre is Thor: The Dark World, out on DVD Feb. 25, which follows the events of 2011's Thor and 2012's The Avengers. Crosswalk.com's movie guys sort out the thunder from the merely noisy in this tale of the Norse demigod. Read Susan Ellingburg's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.