Ask. Listen. Or deny. The conversation choice is ours.
I had an E.F. Hutton moment when I walked into a deli in New Orleans and ordered a roast beef sandwich on Friday during Lent.
Do two men walk together unless they have made an appointment? (Amos 3:3). So too do my male friends and I display an intentional commitment to our annual get-together as central to who we are as men, to who we want to be the rest of the year for our families and each other.
There are many great reversals in Scripture, like Joseph or Paul. But there is none so celebrated as the story of Esther.
How do you know that a homeschool will meet your child’s educational goals AND be recognized by higher learning institutions?
Even the secular world is worried about pornography. But without the worldview to fight it, they’re at an impasse. This is where the church can help.
When Natalie Grant walked out during the 2014 Grammy Award’s night last month, she was making a loud statement without saying a word.
Odds are most people wouldn't consider About a Boy worthy of its own TV show, but apparently NBC had other plans.
Rick Warren shares a great checklist for making sure our hearts are in a place to be used by God.
Through all of our hurdles and struggles, we have had to learn how to keep communicating with each other. We often fail.
We live in a time of the anti-hero. Too often, the good guys are the bad guys and vice versa. But to see a true hero, look at the real St. Patrick, who has a day dedicated in his honor.
Here are ten ways churches signal newcomers that they are not wanted.
What's the difference between genuinely seeking and following God's lead in relationships, and merely creating my own destiny?
Crosswalk.com editors Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy discuss the buzz on Darren Aronofsky's Noah, coming to theaters March 28. Are Christian moviegoers justified in their concerns, or should we applaud a major biblical epic coming to the big screen? For more on this topic, read, 5 Reasons Why Christians Should See Noah in Theaters.
Why has observing Lent become a trend among evangelicals? What should we think about Lent anyway?
As is often the case, one broken part of a marriage ripples out. James had been unfaithful twice in their twenty-five marriage.
Wonder Women author Kate Harris explains how Christianity offers a framework for helping women navigate motherhood, work and life.
Many women sense God’s call to lead in a variety of different ways but lack the opportunities they need to do God's work.
I think it’s important for Christians to laugh at themselves every once in a while. Sure, the Gospel is no joking matter, but Christians are still prone to all the foolishness and eccentricity of being human.