Born Kal-El of Krypton, adopted as Clark Kent by a humble Kansas farm couple, Superman is perhaps the world’s most famous superhero.
Father’s Day is right around the corner, and I want to call you out into the role God made for you as husbands, fathers, men.
Learn how to have a warm, inviting church.
What does Psalm 46 teach us about resting in the Lord?
The cast and crew of Man of Steel talk about the relevance of Superman.
God intends for every negative emotion to act as a smoke alarm, alerting you to a dangerous fire burning somewhere in your life.
If the thought of Father's Day brings a sting to your heart, you are not alone. The "Daddy wound" is very prevalent among women.
Is Oz the Great and Powerful, out on DVD June 11, a worthy prequel to the 1939 classic? Are there any positive takeaways or cautions to be aware of? Crosswalk's Shawn McEvoy & Stephen McGarvey break down Sam Raimi's take on the origins of the Wizard and the Wicked Witch. Read Christian Hamaker's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
It is a sin to dwell on past blessings if . . .
What makes Christians so chickenhearted about spreading their wings? How can we find the freedom God wants for all His children?
After seventy-five years of iterations and incarnations, re-runs and reboots, there’s a Superman for everyone.
Psychologists blame ‘emerging adulthood’ on the bad economy but Christian leaders say prolonged adolescence can, and should, be avoided
We should avoid these dangerous tendencies
When I joined a church, my pastor became the first example of what a faithful, wise, godly father and husband was supposed to look like.
Look in the mirror and learn to love yourself.
If you can tear your eyes from the geeked-out Google campus long enough to ponder the plot, you’ll realize you've seen this story before.
What does the Bible mean when it says we should "fear the Lord?" Dr. Roger discusses why it's not a bad thing to fear God.
Encouragement for those of us who have been told by God to wait, to sit still, to stay put.
Oh, no. The “L” word. The “L” word with which married folks think we singles struggle the most. Not "lust," actually - "love."