How do you know when it's OK to be angry? Is all anger unrighteous? Can I be angry in a righteous way?
The horrendous one-another ministry of Job’s so-called “counselors” is a bad example for us to recognize and learn from, but definitely not follow.
In long standing disagreements, it’s not really about who is right, but who is willing to listen to the other person.
Inconvenience and ending human trafficking are just part of a "normal" Christian life! "My life as a Christian on this Earth," says the A21 Campaign's Christine Caine, "is a life interrupted." Christine tells Crosswalk.com about her book Undaunted and how the body of Christ truly can take small steps of faith to make major differences. www.thea21campaign.org www.christinecaine.com www.crosswalk.com
God is shaking everything that can be shaken. That which is true and righteous will remain.
I am a Christian. I am a woman. I am a leader. Remove any one of those statements and I believe I would be married.
Jesus, as the compassionate Son of Man, knows our weaknesses and carries our sorrows.
For more than two centuries, America has produced generation after generation of extraordinary young men like Ryan Adam Miller who have answered the call to defend freedom.
A moving, patriotic tribute to our military, past and present. Thank you for your service! A shorter version is available for download at: http://www.worshiphousemedia.com/mini-movies/30648/I-Fought-For-You
Less a disaster than a standard disappointment, the biggest of which is Bradley Cooper, who phones it in post-Silver Linings Playbook.
Dr. Roger looks at what the Bible says about God's hate toward evil and how he deals with those who carry out evil acts of terrorism.
With such a title, the bar is immediately set too high for what’s a fairly conventional good vs. evil battle with spectacular visuals.
Have we traded one idol for another? Have we swapped out the empowered feminist for the domestic goddess?
In a world distorted and shattered by schizophrenia, one man clings to mercy and grace.
Too many people end up frustrated and exhausted from the stress of trying to please God through work that isn’t really necessary.
You can be both radical and faithful at the same time. And you can do it without disparaging your fellow Christians.
Recently, Christianity Today and World Magazine both ran pieces on the growing trend of “radical Christianity.” What’s it all about?
Unfortunately, for so many Americans, hope is the only thing they’ve got to hold on to as they face their retirement years.
In his engaging book Suburbianity, pastor Byron Yawn asks American Christians to get truly radical about embracing God’s call to an ordinary life where our nice, affluent, next-door neighbors need Christ as much as anyone living in the third-world.
- May 22, 2013 |