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As sad and heartbreaking as it all is, this unordinary romance explores love, mortality and the meaning of life in such a memorable way.
For no matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ.
Are you currently looking for a church? Here are 4 questions to keep in mind during your search.
So many marriages hit bumps along the way or fizzle altogether when people allow in “the little foxes that ruin the vineyards."
Unlike other dating shows, the new matchmaking game It Takes a Church puts a unique twist on the typical boy meets girl.
I pray that what follows may benefit the pastors among us as well as those who love and support them.
"When the title is almost a doctrinal statement, the audience will come out." Films with a more subtle faith message may not do as well.
I wonder if there would be fewer divorce announcements if we weren’t so hung up on marriage as a status symbol or accomplishment.
Take a step of faith and sing. Be in love with God and life. The miracle is about to happen for you. You have reason to sing.
Kristen Welch talks to Crosswalk.com about her new book Rhinestone Jesus, learning to put Jesus first in her life.
Sex is a powerful way for you and your spouse to build closer relationships with God and each other.
As Jesus laments Jerusalem’s impending judgment, He connects the destruction of the temple with His second coming. Does that mean he already came back “figuratively”?
The knee-jerk “change or die” reactions seem to have dominated the how-should-we-do-church conversation. Stetzer’s analysis offers a seasoned, nuanced, and biblical response to the shifting currents in American culture.
Caring for a spouse is the most stressful kind of caregiving there is, but God can heal and bless in the midst of pain.
One of the most important dynamics to get right is the dynamic between grace and truth. Not only is it the heart of the gospel, but at the heart of many of the most regrettable caricatures and stereotypes abounding about Christians and Christianity in our world today.
Pentecost celebrates the coming of the Holy Spirit to the earth: our Comforter who reveals the Kingdom of God.
For many, silence and solitude is an essential part of keeping a quiet and content heart.
Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms (1 Pet. 4:10). Leaving my family and moving to an unfamiliar place has been unspeakably difficult for me.