God created you as a sexual being, but in this fallen world full it can be challenging to live your sexuality out in healthy, faithful ways.
When I was a single mom with two elementary children, I had to gear up a week in advance for the big day: Valentine’s Day.
The latest topic in the Gospel Coalition blog series, “9 Things You Should Know About…” is that of marriage.
I remember how angry I was, even at God. I had married the man he told me to marry, so why was I experiencing this pain?
And the disciples were continually filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit (Acts 13:52). Perhaps God doesn't promise happiness because it's not his place to give it.
If you could wake up tomorrow, and go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I don’t hate Valentine’s Day, but I think I’m supposed to. That’s what social media and other singles seem to suggest.
A heartwarming message and strong production values are bogged down by an unnecessary dichotomy between faith and using our talents.
2013 had an abundance of films to make us laugh, cry, think... even pray. Crosswalk editors Shawn McEvoy & Stephen McGarvey break down the best of them in Crosswalk's annual top 10 list. Check out our full-text version of our Top 10 list here, including Honorable Mentions and personal choices from our full 8-person panel.
Based on true events, The Monuments Men tells the story of art scholars who braved the battlefields of WWII in order to rescue stolen artifacts from Nazi hands. Editors Stephen McGarvey and Ryan Duncan share their thoughts on the film.
Read Jeffrey Huston's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Women get pummeled by confusing messages about how to be successful in work. But God's is the only perspective that matters.
If you are avoiding Valentine's Day more than a visit to the dentist, here are a few thoughts to help you cope.
What if Valentine's Day is less about waiting for perfect love, and more about seeking to love others, even when it is costly?
Estranged relationships (marred by sin, betrayal, abuse, and abandonment) will keep us in the past and affect all future relationships.
Are you single and wondering if God has someone for you? Nicole Unice invites you to stop dwelling on what the future may hold and start maximizing the opportunities you have right now.
Husbands, go all out in your love for your wives... (Eph. 5:25). Diamonds aren't a girl's best friend. Her husband is, if he even shows a rhinestone's-worth of interest in her.
Getting started with Bible study can seem like finding your way through an unfamiliar city. The landmarks don't make sense. The roads seem strange. But don't let that discourage you. The journey is worth it.
Until reading Gene Edward Veith’s State of the Arts, I had not considered that art was ordained by God in the Old Testament.
The patriotic schmaltz feels right. If we can't be sentimental about preserving culture, we've lost touch with what these characters did.
- February 08, 2014 |