Matt Carter, Joey Svendsen, and Toby Morrell, known for their involvement with Seattle-based band Emery, talk to Crosswalk about their blog BadChristian and their passion for sharing life and good conversations with Christians and non-Christians alike.
- September 05, 2014 |
Would you say you're more impulsive, or more laid back? Has anyone ever referred to you as a "Son of Thunder"?
“Just one more level!” they plead. You know where your kids are. But do you know what they’re playing?
Miley Cyrus is making headlines again, but this time for a very unexpected reason.
In Smith’s article, he shares misguided thoughts common to Christians dealing with divorce, or watching it from the outside.
As a tribute to their grandmother, these sisters sing her favorite song "Amazing Grace" (My Chains are Gone). Their angelic voices and beautiful harmony will lead you to believe that you are listening to music straight from heaven's choir.
It's a viral sensation. But could the ALS ice bucket challenge lead to the destruction of embryos?
We all know we are suppose to evangelize, but why don't we?
Mental illness is the elephant hiding in the church closet. Here are 5 things that can help change all that.
Do you like to waltz with potatoes? If that means anything to you, you'll love the newest online quiz from Crosswalk.com: Which VeggieTales Character are You?
I am learning that the simple concept can be a tough assignment. It requires tremendous courage and strength.
Odds are your Facebook feed has been cluttered this week with videos of your friends dumping buckets of ice on themselves.
When horror like the death of James Foley occurs, what can we do? Here are 4 responses Christians can have in the face of tragedy.
You’ve heard people say, “I will forgive but I won’t forget.” But does that sound like it makes for a healthy marriage?
This week, Christian singer Vicky Beeching announced that she is gay. Should we stop singing her songs in church?
We brace ourselves against infidelity and in-laws. But the greatest threat to our marriages is something much smaller.
Every night, my wife and I do something quite controversial according to the Internet. We ignore our girls.
I don't know if Robin Williams ever received the significance, unconditional acceptance and hope offered to him by Jesus. But I do know that our Lord offers these gifts today, to you.