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A Word of Advice to the Porn-Addicted Husband

I don't know you, but your wife emailed me today looking for help and advice.

Do You Have a Love/Hate Relationship With Christian Music?

We all have our opinions about Christian music. Many people love contemporary Christian music, while others think it lacks realness and authenticity.

The Six Faces of Sloth

We don’t hear about sloth much these days, but it’s a good word, one we ought to get reacquainted with, because it holds a major key to life-change through the power of God.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 30, 2014 |
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How to Spread Your Spiritual Wings and Fly

What makes Christians so chickenhearted about spreading their wings? How can we find the freedom God wants for all His children?

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • September 30, 2014 |
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How to Live Out Your Worldview

Sometimes I think we knock ourselves out talking about a Christian worldview, but then don’t behave as Christians.

Quiz: How Well Do You Know the Book of Esther?

It's 10 chapters long, chock full of intrigue, and also a Veggie Tales movie. But how much do you really know about Esther?

  • Crosswalk.com Staff |
  • September 29, 2014 |
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Join Crosswalk.com at the Red Carpet Premiere of The Good Lie
Join Crosswalk.com at the Red Carpet Premiere of The Good Lie

Crosswalk.com's Stephen McGarvey interviews the cast of the Warner Brothers film, The Good Lie (coming to theaters October 3). Don't miss this powerful story about Sudan's orphaned Lost Boys and the hardships they faced when their homes and villages were destroyed.

  • Stephen McGarvey |
  • September 29, 2014 |
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4 Truths to Remember When You Wish You Weren’t Married

Marriage is hard. Sometimes it may seem too hard. If you’ve ever wanted out, this encouragement is for you.

What the Change of Seasons Shows Us About Our Faith

Why are we drawn to the change of seasons? How the different times of year help us understand our faith.

Why Fall is the Perfect Season to Make New Friends

It can be hard to let new people into your inner circle. Here's why it's worth it.

Are You Protecting Yourself Against Spiritual Attacks?

I always have a Taser in my pocket. Unfortunately, I’m not always as conscious or as careful about protecting myself spiritually.

Thank God for a Messy Church

I love my church. I love the people I gather with week-by-week. They are fun and safe and easy to be with. But who said church should be safe and easy?

The Rise of the Antichrist

Revelation pictures the antichrist as a beast 32 times. The image points to the brutal, bloody, uncontrolled, and wild character of this diabolical dictator.

Is My Relationship the Problem, or is it Just Me?

A reader asks, "If I am having trouble in a relationship, or relating to someone, how do I know when the issue is MY baggage?"

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • September 28, 2014 |
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Filmmakers Seeking Child Audience Should Think Outside The Boxtrolls

The directors dedicated so much energy to making it surreal and quirky that they forgot who, namely the younger set, will be watching.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 28, 2014 |
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Making Room: Why All Christians Should Practice Hospitality

We should be challenged to make wandering hearts feel at home, simply because that is what has been done for us.

  • Kaitlin Wernet |
  • September 27, 2014 |
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6 Things I Wish I Could Tell My Teenage Self

If I could sit next to my 14-year-old self and have a conversation, here's what I would say.

What to Do about Mother Guilt

I know motherhood is meant to be blissful and happy, but when I let my children down, the feeling of guilt is immense.

Should We Ever Spank Our Children?

Time with CNN reports on a new study by researchers at Tulane University that indicates spanking children leads to more aggressive behavior. God's Word tells us to bring up children in the training and admonition of the Lord, and that includes spanking when necessary---but never out of anger, frustration, or a lack of patience.

Delivering on Your D-R-E-A-M

Perhaps the best question to ask is: Does your dream(s) correlate with God’s dream for you?

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