Crosswalk.com editors Shawn McEvoy and Ryan Duncan (an avowed fan of the Percy Jackson book series) tackle Sea of Monsters, the second film in the story of the demigod son of Poseidon to come to the big screen. Will this movie scale the heights of Olympus, or be banished to the depths of Hades? Read Christa Banister's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
How Does Technology Impact Our Faith?
"God do what You need to do, to get me to where I need to be."
What's the best way to help a loved-one grieve? Dr. Roger talks about the stages of grief and how we can help friends and family who are grieving.
Not bad, but not awesome, and definitely below Disney standards for quality. It's cute, funny, sweet, and forgettable.
I’m convinced that children grow up and leave the church in part because they’re not being confronted with their true condition- that they are desperately broken and in need of Savior.
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At first blush, it's probably tempting to simply dismiss Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief as a poor man's Harry Potter. But the story, which is based on the first of author Rick Riordan's best-selling books for kids, definitely has its own action-adventure thing going on.
Best-selling author Stasi Eldredge talks to iBelieve.com about her new book Becoming Myself and how women can learn to love themselves the way God has uniquely created them.
Slowing down will enable you to pay attention to Jesus, so you don’t miss lessons about His character that can change your life.
Financial planning for the suddenly single may seem too intimidating a process during such a stressful time, but it’s a prudent.
People hurt for their preferences when there's change. But part of the role of church leaders is to help people hurt for the right things.
By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another (John 13:35). Love is something we all know about and all desire. But so often it seems to be the most difficult thing for us to practice.
Westboro Baptist commits the error of saying everybody and everything is wrong, evil, and doomed to hell. Rob Bell makes the error of taking hard truth and bending it so it becomes more palatable. And the reality is, we too can fall into both errors.
With all the talk about Millennials and the Church, are we forgetting something?
People are incurably religious. If they do not worship God, they will find something to worship.
My hope cannot be found in my rule keeping or performance before the Lord. So, why do we love rules?
I have a conviction. Disagree with it if you want, but I believe it to the core of my being. God wants churches to grow.
Dr. Roger examines how we can read our Bibles more effectively.
Crosswalk.com editors Shawn McEvoy and Stephen McGarvey discuss Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise and directed by Joseph Kosinski. Oblivion - out on DVD August 6 - derives its elements from several well-worn sources (and gives knowing nods to them) while offering impressive sights and sounds. But ground-breaking sci-fi this is not.
Read Christian Hamaker's full text review here.