No new Christian trusts Christ without a past, without presuppositions or convictions, and this includes politics, culture, and view of God and country.
We chat with Drew Dyck about his new book Yawning at Tigers which asks us to abandon our tame view of God and encounter the true God of Scripture.
The beautiful art of comparison leaves of dry, empty, and always wanting more.
Set aside the burgers and dogs and soda and beer for a moment this Fourth of July and contemplate something decidedly different...
Yes, there are stories of rape that God saw fit to include in the Bible. But when examined closely, there's a world of difference between these accounts and television programming. Television has never been crueler to women than it is right now.
Take a break from the worship wars to have some fun with the newest online quiz from Crosswalk.com: Which Famous Hymn are You?
The freedoms we are blessed with in these United States came at a severe cost to those who envisioned it 238 years ago.
Our former days of distinguishing between male and female at birth have got to go. And Slate.com has plucked up Christin Scarlett Milloy, a web-developer from Canada, to tell us why.
When men give up meeting, they take a hiatus from spiritual growth, and separate from their accountability partners.
Sometimes it seems like the church too often forgets those most in need. How can churches keep the focus where it should be?
Most of us understand the idea of being baptized with water, as John the Baptist describes it—but why the “fire”?
This Independence Day we can remember that our citizenship in America can teach us valuable things about our citizenship in Heaven.
In a recent interview with Crosswalk, several members of the Deliver Us From Evil cast shared their experiences working on the film.
Everyone has heroes they look up to, who are yours?
You might be like a lot of people who say, “Profanity, violence, and sex in the movies don’t really bother me. If you’re a Christian, though, wouldn’t you agree that there has to be a boundary somewhere?
Fewer and fewer low-income Americans choose marriage, and the impact is devastating. How can we stop the decline?
Missiologist J. Herbert Kane's 30-year-old explanation of “Why the Muslim Soil is So Barren” for evangelism remains both instructive and important.
Believers seem to possess the same attitude and approach to money as does society in general. They want more of it because they are convinced it will solve most of their problems.
Would it be inappropriate after I graduate high school to date my youth pastor? Read more in this edition of “He Said-She Said.”