Often we’re discontent with the superficial things in our lives. We’re trained to want bigger, better, newer, faster, more expensive.
There is a perfect time to leave a church, but what that "time" is may surprise you.
When I'm asked a question like, "My fiance and I are interested in a devotional for yet-to-be-married couples living in the mid-Atlantic from different church backgrounds who are both post-millenialists. What do you recommend for us?" my answer is always the same...
Skeptics may abound, but sometimes logic and common sense just aren’t enough to explain away otherworldly occurrences.
The message given is so often: more more more. Try harder. Cook more. Submit more. But maybe that's not the issue.
One of this year’s biggest blockbuster films may be a great metaphor for what it means to be human—and why God created us for one another.
Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you (Matt. 7:1-2). At some point, every Christian needs to look at his life and examine the fruit he's been harvesting.
A life of constant chaos is far from what God intends. In Crazy Busy, a mercifully short book about a really big problem, pastor Kevin DeYoung seeks the restful cure we've all been too busy to find.
Billy Graham still dreams of winning multitudes to Christ.
What your feeling is not bad or wrong. In fact, it might be trying to tell you something important. Don’t ignore it.
When we compare, we’re essentially telling God that what he created wasn't good enough.
Just how super is the new Superman reboot Man of Steel (out on DVD Nov. 12)? Mild-mannered Crosswalk editors Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy compare notes on everything from Christian symbolism to father figures to the over-the-top action sequences. Read Christa Banister's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
The key to success is developing a strategy for online ministry and relying on God’s day-to-day guidance to carry it out.
Three days after super typhoon Yolanda crashed into the Philippines, many survivors are still coming to grips with the level of devastation they are facing.
The problem I had was that throughout all of that rolling and screaming of the charismatic service, not once did I feel God's presence.
A 16-year-old considering military service asked, "Are the majority of the people in the US worth fighting for?" How you would answer?
Typhoon Haiyan, one of the strongest storms on record, slammed into the Philippines Friday. More than 1,200 people are feared dead. Thousands more are homeless as property damage and destruction of infrastructure are widespread.
Whatever you do, don’t adopt an orphan—unless you're willing to consider something important first.
Following Roosevelt’s example, may we honor all our veterans who have served our nation so valiantly and effectively.