Marriage won’t save you from your problems. You’ll still need other people to stand with you and promise to catch you.
Helen Mirren stars as a feisty French restaurant owner who must learn to live with the Indian refugee family who opens a new eatery across the street from her Michelin-starred establishment. Crosswalk.com's Shawn and Steve boil down this PG delight to its essence. Read Christian Hamaker's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Sometimes I don’t speak nicely to people. I am short with them. Angry really. Normally it isn’t their fault.
With summer behind us, there’s a lot of change in the air. For Churches, the autumn season can also open many new doors for ministry and community outreach.
Sometimes, the pain we have worked so hard to avoid is the one thing that leads us to where God calls us to go.
Matt Carter, blogger at BadChristian.com, shares with Crosswalk why he practices confessional Christianity, and why we all should cultivate confession to promote honesty and spur one another toward Christ.
Could more accurately be referred to as "The Letdown," and a big one at that. Only manages a small burst of energy before fizzling out.
Here's what Truett Cathy's decision proves: The more difficult our obedience, the greater our reward.
Pam Farrel speaks to Crosswalk about the keys to unlocking the deepest needs of your spouse as outlined in her new book.
What does it mean to trust God with everything? I’m trying to figure that out now, after I miscarried my baby.
You shall not covet (Ex. 20:17). The tenth commandment is different from the other nine; it can be broken without anyone seeing it, because coveting is an inward attitude, not an outward action.
The timing couldn’t be worse for a thriller full of violence against women. But it probably wouldn't have made much difference anyway.
Ray Rice was charged with assaulting his fiancée in February, and the NFL suspended him for two games. When video of the assault surfaced, the Ravens terminated his contract.
Why am I not content? We blame media, commercialism, and consumerism, but there is a deeper problem. Sin.
Why should you cry for your city? Because Jesus cried for his.
Does the Bible have anything to say about global warming and our responsibility to keep our planet clean? Dr. Roger weighs in.
The pacing is sluggish, the storytelling predictable. Compared to the original, it's pretty inferior in the inspiration department, too.
It’s important to celebrate milestones in your child’s life. Here are some rite of passage ideas for your family to use!
"Is ministry and worship on the Lord’s Day compromised by my allegiance to football on Saturday and Sunday?" And that's just question one, guys.
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