How can Christians respond wisely to homosexuality and same-sex marriage, issues that oppose God's design for healthy sex?
It’s supposed to be “a modern-day parable” but are parables really supposed to be this depressing?
Candace Cameron Bure’s recently commented about her decision to live out biblical submission in her 17-year marriage.
What should Christians say about all the suffering in the world? Sometimes, very little.
When Sara Bareilles found out that her new album was nominated for Album of the Year in this year’s Grammy Awards, Bareilles simply “ran around screaming my head off”.
If there’s someone in your life who is constantly a Negative Nancy, you may need to find some strategies to help you healthfully deal with that person.
Has enough potential that it need not take another decade to develop the next chapter in Jack Ryan's cinematic story.
Changing our perspective on "quiet time" to be devoted to conversation
For you have been born again... (1 Peter 2: 23) Have you ever done something embarrassing?
Your Bible, whether it’s a collection of thin-leafed pages tucked in a leather binding or an app on your phone, is amazing. Maybe more so than you realize. Visit BibleStudyTools.com for more!
People don't want to know the Real Jesus
Singles minister Kris Swiatocho talks about "Friendationships" (undefined, intimate relationships) from a biblical perspective.
Each of this year's nine Best Picture nominees was reviewed by Crosswalk film critics. Here's how we graded them...
Pretty much what Saturday morning cartoons would have been back in the day if they had been 90 minutes long and available in 3D.
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It is better... that you suffer for doing what is right rather than for doing what is wrong (1 Peter 3:17). Peter suggests that you can suffer for doing good, or you can suffer for doing bad. Either way, you suffer.
By now you’ve probably heard that Colorado is the first state to legalize marijuana. If you watch late night television at all, chances are good that you’ve heard a number of jokes about it.
Whatever we choose, we all want our children delivered safely and successfully back to our homeland in the end.
According to blogger and Pastor Jarrid Wilson, “Hate the Sin, Not the Sinner” isn’t working out very well for the Christian community.
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