“People get frustrated with so many little things these days, and these girls have been through everything,” director Krauss says.
Whether you hire employees, train co-workers, or equip others for ministry in your church, you should consider these lessons.
Paul Greengrass directs this Oscar-nominated true story, out on DVD Jan. 21, about a 2009 showdown between Somali pirates, the U.S. Navy, and the crew of the Maersk Alabama. Crosswalk's Shawn McEvoy & Ryan Duncan explain how Greengrass creates both excitement and empathy from a story whose ending we already know. Read Jeffrey Huston's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
If you fear that marriage will put your wealth at risk, perhaps your money means more to you than your future spouse.
Joshua told the people, “Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the Lord will do amazing things among you.”
The radical book of Philippians calls us to leave behind the pseudo-Christian cycle of rule-keeping, failure, and despair. Watch this interview for a glimpse at how the gospel of grace can transform your heart. Learn more by reading To Live Is Christ To Die Is Gain.
Are you longing for some rest? Find your way back to the heart of God. Feed your soul. Savor soul rest.
The butterfly hung there a long time. We decided to make sure it could fly to freedom when it decided to let go of that twig, so David took the twig out to the patio and laid it on the railway. We waited.
Ed Stetzer and his team spoke with pastors' kids to see what makes them run from the pews when they get older. Here's what they found...
Among the "do not"s in Scripture, there's one we tend to overlook: "Do not worry," from Matthew 6:34.
In the good old days of jealousy and comparison and coveting, we compared ourselves to those close to us. When someone near to us succeeded, we felt like a failure. But the good old days are gone. Now, thanks to the Internet, we can feel like failures all the time.
With today's worldview, would the famed "Letter from Birmingham Jail" have had the same lasting impression?
The new music video for MercyMe's single "Shake" from their April 2014 release.
“This is about enjoying the fact that we’re changed. It's about having the joy and living life that way – Christians are supposed to have joy.” - Bart Millard, MercyMe
We all want the very best for our kids, don’t we? The problem, however, comes when society muddles the definition of what ‘the very best’ really means.
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”.