If you don't want to be inconvenienced, why would you ever have children? I'll tell you why — because life isn't about convenience. It's not about fun, or career, or money, either. Raising children, you see, isn't about you, and it isn't even about them. It's about Him — our heavenly Father, "from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named."
- August 16, 2013 |
Quite the opposite of feel-good cinema, but director Lee Daniels is mostly successful in satisfying his multi-faceted objectives.
- August 16, 2013 |
In his article “Eight Confessions of Church Spies,” Lawless tackles the impressions churches often give to first-time visitors.
Trying to curb your spending and stay out of debt? There are still plenty of ways to relax, have fun, and learn new things!
Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts… (Ps. 95:7-8). You never know who or what "that boy" is going to become, but you have a chance to help ensure it's something good.
Exotic birds can remind us of how we as women have strayed so far when it comes to understanding our true value and worth.
Here is a clear, passionate call to leadership that is distinctively Christian.
Hard work sometimes seems to be a dying art form that we are failing to teach our children.
Entire books have been written listing all the seeming contradictions found in the Bible. Entire libraries have been written to answer them. It's why theologians will never be out of a job - we need people who know all the Bible and think well about these things to help figure them out.
If I could just have it all together, life would be so much better! I find myself asking God “Will I ever have it all together?”
If you’re a Christian, then the life and death issues that have shaped the struggles and joys of Christians for 2000 years matter to you. Dr. Timothy Paul Jones makes the story of God’s people come alive in Christian History Made Easy.
Before we reach the age when we will personally require care, many of us must first learn to care for our elderly family members.
In interesting fact about how we give and receive love: what screams love to one person doesn’t even whisper love to another.
The wrath of God has always been a touchy subject, but never more so than during these modern times.
When I heard the CW was producing a reality show based on Suzanne Collins' bestselling novel The Hunger Games, I couldn't help but roll my eyes.
Does the Bible instruct us on how to respond to verbally abusive family members, such as children?
Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others (Phil. 2:4). Your calling looks better in your head than in real life.
Are we Millennial Christians trying so hard to define ourselves by what we're against (fundamentalism) that we're blind to our own blindness?
I always have a Taser in my pocket. Unfortunately, I’m not always as conscious or as careful about protecting myself spiritually.
Crosswalk.com editors Shawn McEvoy and Ryan Duncan (an avowed fan of the Percy Jackson book series) tackle Sea of Monsters, the second film in the story of the demigod son of Poseidon to come to the big screen. Will this movie scale the heights of Olympus, or be banished to the depths of Hades? Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.