While Scripture is clear that good will triumph, it also says evil will win its share of battles. Second Kings 3 records a war event where evil won.
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Crosswalk.com editors Stephen McGarvey and Debbie Holloway discuss how closely Noah, out on DVD July 29, tracks with Genesis and whether it will resonate with Christians. Does the first big budget, Bible film in 50 years measure up? Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
Some Christians are beating themselves up to be more like Jesus to no effect. Others are stalled out for plain lack of effort. Is there a secret to spiritual growth?
Matt Perman talks about how make your work life and desire for productivity serve others for the glory of God.
Many Christians suffer with anxiety and depression, even pastors, and they often do so in silence.
The opposite of love is not hate, it’s fear. Fear is the greatest thief of our life, and no stranger to us as single parents.
He feels it was "wrong" to be together and I feel that it is "wrong" to be apart. Is God talking to one, both, or neither of us?
A chapterless Bible project has taken Kickstarter by storm and racked up huge support. What’s going on?
Your wrath lies heavily upon me, and you overwhelm me with all your waves (Psalm 88:7). I have many times stood upon the shore of a peaceful Atlantic ocean gazing East to the sunrise, pondering the vastness and the depth of God. This was not one of those times.
Are our actions based on calculated moves rather than faith in God's larger plan for our lives?
We all have a response style to stress. Most often, these patterns are destructive and create more problems than they solve.
As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think
Admit it, there are parts of the Bible that are difficult to digest, and even sometimes cause us to question our faith.
A strong marriage is the foundation for building a strong stepfamily; if your marriage is weak, your stepfamily will fall apart.
I was faking forgiveness as best I could. I tried to control situations and circumstances as "preventative" measures for this man of God I'd married. And while I liked to think it was all for him, it was actually because I was terrified of losing my fairytale. My Christian fairytale.
Simply put, Common Core is an educational lab experiment with no evidence of success and our children are the guinea pigs.
Most people are incredibly lonely. Sure, we smile on the outside. Most likely, we keep ourselves busy so we aren't able to process the pain associated with not being associated - with anyone. We might be married, but living as if we weren't. Many people live life this way, hoping that someday they might eventually be noticed.
If God wanted us to be perfect, I think He would have made us perfect.
Like the best screwball comedies of the past, the magic in Magic in the Moonlight lies in the sharp witty banter between the film’s leads.