And they all continued in amazement and great perplexity, saying to one another, "What does this mean?" (Acts 2:12-13). "These men are not drunk, as you suppose," Peter told the bewildered crowd at Pentecost...
- August 26, 2013 |
"When we go through tough times, our enemy is hopelessness, our enemy is despair," bestselling author Max Lucado tells Crosswalk.com.
What do we, as Christians, stand to lose if so many of our young men continue to spend their teens and twenties in the pursuit of pornographic pleasure?
One thing I've learned is that forgiveness is not something I do. Forgiveness is something God does through me...if I let him.
"Am I belittling him if I initiate a conversation about love? I really want to respect him as a man and not pressure him..."
Their destiny is destruction, their god is their stomach, and their glory is in their shame (Phil. 3:19). We should never be surprised by sin.
Contentment does not come naturally. It is something we must learn. How do we learn it? Through the fires of affliction.
The complementarian/egalitarian dance has been a hot button issue, and many voices and resources can be found on Crosswalk.com.
Carolyn Weber chats about the lessons we can learn from self-reflection about prayer, family, and the beauty of a life lived with God.
No one comes to the Father but through me (John 14:6). Christianity's not exclusive, except by choice or not being told the good news.
I wonder if the reason that today's Christian mothers have an unfulfilling parenting experience is because they have misunderstood the purpose of their lives, and how motherhood fits into that purpose to begin with.
Crosswalk's Debbie Holloway sits down with actor and producer Kirk Cameron on his new project, Unstoppable.
According to a 2008 University of Denver research study, the more fun married couples had together, the happier their marriages became.
How can we encourage our kids about the new school year when we're stressed ourselves?
Sometimes the battles faced by singles are unique, and all of them are rough. Check out what this long-time single has to say.
Women and “sisterhood” are not always synonymous. Sadly, women can often be categorized as “catty”, “messy”, or “hen-pecks”. Before we, as women, can learn to arise and awaken our spirits to be all God has called us to be — the best moms, the best friends, the best workers — we must first learn to embrace sisterhood.
Avoid Controlling Others by Nagging Words
Prayer can be a very joyful experience, but there are times when we agonize and travail for God’s purposes to come to pass in people’s lives.
Ever since the article, Why Millennials are leaving the Church, the internet has been flooded with responses about the state of the Church and “how” or “if” it should be fixed.
The following analysis about the horrific violence across Egypt was written by a Christian leader in Egypt. He is unnamed due to security concerns.