If this is Hayao Miyazaki's final film, it's a fitting farewell to an artist who inspired wonder in millions of fans both young and old.
Charlotte pastor Steven Furtick and his Elevation Church are making waves this week as more is revealed about Elevation’s odd fixation on their “Lead Pastor.”
There is something deep inside each of us that longs to count. We want to matter to the world. We want to shine for a moment.
In a follow-up to Crosswalk's Top 10 Movies of the year video, editors Shawn McEvoy and Stephen McGarvey chat about some of their other favorites (and not-so-favorites) from 2013.
Watch Part 1 here, where we rank our official Top 10 for 2013.
Dr. Roger explains why natural disasters are not part of God's judgment.
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose."
The next time you're discouraged about your apparent inability to change the moral direction of our culture, remember Kelly Clark's story.
Leaders who talk about the real world as opposed to the digital world are making a mistake, a category error.
Hailed by many to be one the best Disney films in decades, Frozen has been warming the hearts of viewers both young and old.
My daughter, now 21, hates when I worry. And I'm pretty sure God hates my worrying too, according to Philippians 4:6.
I believe there are seven words that, if applied to our marriages, have the power to revitalize our marriages tremendously.
I can’t help but think about what an impulsive shopper I am. It’s that momentary thrill of the impulse purchase, the destroyer of budgets.
The longer I am a believer in Christ the more I realize how desperately I not only need God’s saving grace, but also His all-sufficient empowering grace to walk with Him by faith.
It’s crucial to discover and unleash your God-given influence – your clout – in order to fulfill God’s purposes for your life.
If you think Paul wrote Hebrews, you’re in good company. One problem with this conclusion, however, is that what Paul says in Gal 1:11–12 seems to contradict what Paul says in Heb 2:3, presuming Paul wrote Heb 2:3.
Why do special occasions seem to provide people, even Christians, with a supposed license to sin?
We don't evaluate people by what they have or how they look... (2 Cor 5:16). You've probably heard that God loves baseball...
I did not do the best job I could as a parent. By God’s grace, I did a lot of good things. But I did quite a few bad things as well.
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