An impossibly cute but decidedly conventional story about striving for the seemingly impossible dream.
The Vatican has combined tradition and social media by offering ‘indulgences’ to followers of Pope Francis' tweets.
Get serious about coming into God's presence.
It's incumbent on those who've tasted His joy to make the grand gospel our melody.
Make praying together a priority in your day, and make sure to find a place where you can pray without interruption.
The gospel reclaims the dignity of humanity and the lordship of God. It is a gospel that presents us with a brother who puts the lie to any claim to racial superiority as he takes on the glory and limits of our common humanity in Adam.
Everyone on Earth believes some larger story in order to make sense out of the smaller story of his or her life. In his book The Big Story, Justin Buzzard shows that only Christianity offers a story big enough to make sense of both the beauty and the brokenness in your life and in the world.
“The pen is mightier than the sword.” As Christian writers, we need to be aware of the power our words can have.
Is there an artistic life you've hidden inside? Jesus wants to walk you out in community.
What do you get when you combine aliens, monsters, giants, robots, mind-melding and a name director? Crosswalk's Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy are back to tell you about Pacific Rim, out on DVD October 15. Read Christa Banister's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Christian celebrities, such as the Robertson family of Duck Dynasty, have a platform for sharing the gospel to millions. But is the message of the cross really coming through?
Dr. Roger receives many questions from husbands in cultures that allow or encourage polygamy. Here's what he has to say on the issue of serial polygamy: having more than one spouse, but just one at a time.
Zach Hunter talks about his new book Chivalry, which encourages Christ-followers to seek after higher standards.
Then Jesus said to him, "Go, Satan! For it is written, 'You shall worship The Lord your God, and serve Him only'" (Matt. 4:10). Most computers now come with software to filter out the phony messages. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for everyday life.
Kate Middleton's royal baby has made global news for months. By contrast, more than 3,000 babies will be aborted in America today. None is likely to make the news.
Love isn’t uncertainty. It isn’t a “maybe” thing. It isn’t a question. It’s always an answer.
Do Christians need to wage war on all sexual sin? Or do we need to put our efforts into developing a stronger sexual ethic?
Is it just me, or is Evangelical Christianity falling into a theology that is based more on individual reason than revelation?
My husband and I just returned from an awe-inspiring trip to Alaska, bringing with us several lessons from the Lord.