Amy Clipston shares her marital and financial struggles, and how a mutual organ donation saved two families from losing a parent.
Jesus held up “Magic Eye” pictures. On the surface his parables looked like one thing. But behind it there was a bigger picture.
Popular blogger and radio host Matt Walsh has a message for Millennials: It’s time to embrace reality.
Even though the devil tempted Jesus and led Judas to betray our Lord, he appears nowhere in a movie about Jesus and his movement. Why?
It may not be glamorous, but we singles can honor God’s ideal of marriage and family with our own sexual morality.
Get an inside look at how director Darren Aronofsky and team built the ark for Paramount Pictures’ upcoming movie Noah to biblical specifications. Noah is in theaters March 28.
You have experienced incredible pain. It is all right to feel sad, devastated even. But despondency does not last forever.
The exciting sequel to the controversial Hunger Games is out on DVD March 7. Crosswalk's movie guys break down the important details. With a new director and more at stake, will this film surpass the success of the first installment? Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
These athletes prove it's not about the final score, but rather how we treat each other.
A national conversation has been ignited on the relationship between religious freedom and non-discrimination, and the dividing lines are not neat and clean. I believe there are five very important observations to make on the matter.
Sam Ingrassia encourages spouses to pray through the word of God with each other to strengthen their marriage.
When comedian Jimmy Fallon took NBC’s Tonight Show baton from host Jay Leno, he could have rolled out gray-hair jokes, instead he unleashed two weapons of love.
The bloodshed and lack of character development are laughable, and even the striking visual 'wow factor' of the original has vanished.
"God helped us!" Have you cried those words before?
But the time is coming... when true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. The Father is looking for those who will worship him that way (John 4:23). When we worship, it helps us to get things into perspective.
Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome- have you heard of it? I hadn’t, until I read Reba Riley’s post describing her own struggle and eventual self-diagnosis of this spiritual condition.
All Christians are artists, in the sense that God calls all of us to creatively incite people to discover more about their Creator.
Fun for kids and adults, provides a lot of laughs, teaches a little history, even makes a few points about parent/child relationships.
Our relationship with God -and with others- requires an investment of time and energy. It will not happen by itself.