The ‘Fourth of July’ devotional. It fell to me this year. And whoa if I didn’t have a firecracker of a time coming up with what to write...
- July 04, 2013 |
Dr. Roger answers a reader's question about whether ghosts are real.
Plain and simple, a kid's movie: lots of fun to watch, the colors are bright, the laughs are many.
I love coffee. The smell, taste, and experience of a good cup in the right environment is one of the simple pleasures in my life. However, I fear my mind holds unrealistic expectations for what this drink can do for me.
The year my newly adopted daughter became a U.S. citizen crowned all of my Fourth of July's...
Everyone’s got an opinion about sex. Did you know that God also has an opinion...a definite, distinct perspective? does that surprise you?
How should Christians address the issues of racism in our society? How should we respond to controversies like that of Paula Deen's comments?
“Choir goes patriotic this Sunday, come worship with us.”
Pre-child, my parenting plan was: Take Care of Child = Child Will Love Me = Lovely Life. Boy did that turn out different.
Melissa Kruger helps us understand how seemingly harmless desires and questions can grow into the sin of covetousness.
Are you between jobs? Dissatisfied with your work? Read these tips on how to proactively find a new position.
A reader asks: Is committing an adultery an unforgivable sin? Dr. Roger examines some of the consequences of adultery and the steps you can take towards restoration.
We need to view earthly trials as “light affliction, which is but for a moment… working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory
Tells a desperately important, underacknowledged tale of American history, specifically for politically active modern Christians.
Though it doesn't seem to spring from Scripture, many distinguish between those in "sacred" work vs those who work "secular" jobs.
Author Lina Abujamra sits down with Crosswalk to chat about the Christian walk, waiting, living as a single in the church.