Acting like my husband’s mother was something I never thought I’d struggle with. But I do. Have you seen the signs?
No matter who you are or what you’ve been through, the struggles of singleness don’t have to take center-stage.
So many feel that much of their lives have been wasted. Is there hope that a promise originally made to the people of Israel can be applied to us today? Yes, says Pastor Colin Smith.
Do you feel like your life is a mess? Bonnie Gray shares how her faith helped her overcome PTSD, anxiety and depression.
"Sustainability" and "collaboration" are buzzwords in current leadership trends. But will those things produce lasting fruit?
Calling all couples! Brush up on your marital compatibility with the newest online quiz from Crosswalk.com: Which Bible Couple are You and Your Spouse?
Have you ever felt disappointed in the church you attend? Perhaps the problem isn’t a lack of community, but our perception of what community is supposed to look like.
By valuing the Bible more than bridal magazines, believers can make their special day more than an elegant party.
Based on the best-selling book of the same name, Heaven is for Real tells the story of a young boy’s alleged journey into heaven. Stephen McGarvey and Ryan Duncan share their thoughts. Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
What’s a single parent to do when summer’s here and you have active kids on the weekend with budgeted funds?
You can’t escape. The news is filled with tragedy after tragedy. So, how can we respond? How can we make a difference?
Some things, like alleviating poverty, require hard prayer.
Is it a sin to purchase a lottery ticket? Dr. Roger tackles the subject of gambling.
LIE: This is such a minor, insignificant sin! It’s not really a big deal in God’s eyes. TRUTH: Every sin is a horribly offensive to God. Sin is the sum of all evils, the opposite of all that is good, holy, and beautiful.
Every pastor who still wants to be in the ministry five years from now needs to take a day or two off each quarter to hit “refresh.”
Our words of correction can be very sweet—the very thing God uses to renew the faith of weary saints. But our words can be unhelpful and hurtful, too. We need wisdom to know when to correct and when to overlook.
True repentance has corroborating evidence. Perhaps the best way to learn what genuine repentance looks like is by examining the opposite: a counterfeit. In 2 Kings we find one in King Joram.
Our faith is the same but our paths through life are unique.
A magnificent experiment that succeeds in a fashion so spectacular that not even the most dazzling CGI-driven popcorn movie can match it.