As every married couple learns, each day of marriage brings challenges – no matter how perfect the wedding may have seemed.
- November 22, 2013 |
Crosswalk.com chats with director Kasi Lemmons and producer T.D. Jakes about the process of bringing Black Nativity from the stage to the screen. This Christmas musical, based on the play by Langston Hughes, stars Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Tyrese Gibson, and Mary J. Blige. It hits U.S. theaters November 27.
- November 22, 2013 |
At the end of The Hobbit, there is a quote which touches on the very heart of Tolkien’s work, and it captures the essence of the season.
In the absence of a union to let pastors know how the congregation is receiving their sermons, we are hereby taking it upon ourselves to act on their behalf.
If you didn’t begin with a strategy in mind, it’s time to evaluate where you are and what your ultimate goal is.
Even if you are out of a job, out of money or out of a relationship, there are ways you're blessed that you may not even realize.
As we mark the 50th anniversary of the death of C. S. Lewis, we'd do well to remember his most prophetic warnings.
If you grew up in U.S. evangelicalism, especially in the south, there’s a good chance you grew up hearing about the evils of alcohol.
Christian solidarity, cultural engagement are key to a spiritual renaissance in America's largest city.
Responding to the 'storm of the century' in the Philippines, relief organization Samaritan's Purse has mobilized to bring aid to the devastated Pacific nation. Ken Issacs from Samaritan's Purse talks to ChristianHeadlines.com about the situation on the ground and the unique challenges in getting aid to those who need it most.
Is it sometimes easier to stay stuck in the numb than to live in the raw?
C.S. Lewis is perhaps the most recognized name in all of Christian literature. His fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia, is beloved by children and adults the world over.
Kids weigh in on gratitude and attitude.
Did you ever wrestle with the feeling that you could do more for God as a single woman?
This is the question, of sorts, I recently posed to a local businessman. As I indicated in my last commentary, I have embarked on an enterprise that I believe offers a modern example of what Jesus meant when he told his disciples to “seek first the kingdom” (Matt. 6:33).
New reality show attempts to resuscitate failing churches by using a business model based on the needs of the community—not the gospel.
Can’t God ask someone who has more money? Can’t he find another way to come up with this money? After all, he is God!
Many wives are frustrated by a lack of good conversations with their husbands, since men tend to talk less than women do.
My friends set me up with a guy from church, but I really don't like him. How do I handle this gracefully?
Family ministry expert Dr. Timothy Paul Jones discusses his ground-breaking book, Family Ministry Field Guide. In it, he offers church leaders a practical plan to equip parents to be the primary faith trainers in their children's lives, moving beyond mere programming into genuine spiritual transformation.