Thinking about homeless children is a difficult and sobering task. We can learn a lot from the true story of Zach Bonner.
- January 10, 2013 |
It’s been over a decade since Indianapolis-born Tiffany Arbuckle Lee first adopted the stage name “Plumb.”
- January 10, 2013 |
Actors like Anne Hathaway are using Les Misérables to bring awareness to the problem of global suffering and injustice.
Middle-earth is a world constructed on Christian principles, but that doesn't mean The Hobbit should be taken as a subliminally evangelistic work.
How a lesbian professor became a pastor's wife and the homeschooling mom of four adopted children.
“The guilty one is not he who commits the sin, but he who causes the darkness.” –Victor Hugo, Les Misérables
In advance of The Hobbit hitting theaters, Crosswalk.com talks with Dr. Ralph Wood, Dr. Michael Ward and Rick Trumbo about J.R.R. Tolkien's faith and how it comes across in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
When you study the era that Dickens wrote about when he published A Christmas Carol in 1843, you realize that it was dark and evil. And that the Scrooge character was not the buffoonish, almost cartoon-like character some of the movies made him out to be.
As I talked with a friend over coffee one night, the two of us began to reflect on how J.R.R. Tolkien's faith was reflected in his writing...
While the album title itself could’ve benefited from a little more creativity, Francesca Battistelli’s first holiday effort is a total knock-out.
Tolkien's works demonstrate that it's possible to have a dark childhood and still possess a remarkable and life-affirming imagination.
An intriguing editorial in TIME magazine noted how "A Christmas Story" had become the quintessential American film for Christmas, replacing "It’s a Wonderful Life."
Like his new Provident labelmate Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman definitely knows a thing or two about making a holiday album.
An inspiring movie and a great cause at the heart of God
Welcome to Christmas 2.0; Take your traditional holiday ditties and dress them up with a healthy dose of electric guitar and remixed arrangements.
The 3D animation is outstanding, and the spectacle of rival, familiar, holiday characters out of their usual context is fun to watch.
After six installments in the Patrick Bowers series of books, Steven James has taken a break from the venerable FBI agent and moved on to a new leading man.
The nature of Abraham Lincoln's faith -- or the lack thereof -- has remained one of the most fascinating aspects of the man who freed the slaves and preserved the Union.
Spectacularly brings to life a popular modern story. But in doing so, distorts, compromises and sells out the greatest story ever told.