On October 2, 2006, and armed man burst into the one-room Amish schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania.
Crosswalk's Stephen McGarvey & Shawn McEvoy are back with a review of the sequel to 2009's Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Does the follow-up, out on DVD Jan. 28, compare favorably to the original's colorful puns and settings? Watch to find out! Read Christa Banister's full text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Our challenge is to teach our children faithfulness in these “little things” day in and day out, correcting them gently.
There is someone, somewhere who is walking blindly down the path to an affair. That someone needs help - before it's too late.
Far from being a "lost decade," the thirties are a time that God teaches us some important lessons.
Ownership is a powerful thing. It makes people feel things—things like love, pride, responsibility, and even jealousy.
When the church has addressed lust, the focus has almost exclusively been directed at men, as if lust were a gender-specific sin.
We tell other Christians not to do certain things because they might become a stumbling block to someone else. The only problem is most of us aren’t exactly sure what it means to be a stumbling block.
How quick are you to talk about your brokenness? If you’re like me, it’s probably not your natural inclination. But God loves and uses the broken.
The Bible isn't called “Holy” for no reason, friend. This Word is God's and we must handle with great care.
"As a Christian, how do I know if it’s “my fault” or if I’m just waiting on the Lord?" one reader wonders. Read more inside!
Such an accomplished piece of mainstream commercial filmmaking that it’s difficult to dislike, even if Formula 1 racing isn't your thing.
Dr. Roger discusses when civil disobedience is appropriate.
The experience of the silence of God is real. Many of us have felt it. Times when we cry out to God, and there seems to be no answer. We pray, pouring out our hearts, only to hear the words echo back without a reply.
How many of us, especially in the West, have been privileged to see the actual landscape where Jesus Christ walked?
Pastors preach about the why we should forgive others. But what if the person you need to forgive the most is you?
What do the hopeful do? Where do we find hope when it seems as if hope’s playing hide-and-seek and we’re always “It”?
In matters of legalism, rest - yes - but in matters of holiness, run. Run like your hair is on fire. Cast off everything that hinders.
To be a prayer warrior for God’s Kingdom, what qualities do we need to pray for?