The creators of British cult classics Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead are back with a film about an epic pub crawl. Or is it? Crosswalk's Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy get it sorted out. Read Susan Ellingburg's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
- August 28, 2013 |
As we delve further into The Law of the Harvest we find more of what may seem like “unjust” consequences.
- August 28, 2013 |
Since they first flew onto screen back in 2012, the Robertson clan has quickly become one of the most popular and recognizable families on television.
For your Maker is your husband (Isa. 54:5). As I have been pondering this notion of God acting as husband to a neglected wife, grieving widow, or lonely divorcee, something interesting came to mind.
I used to live in a very black and white world. But the past 6 months have been a washout of gray.
It takes strength to work at saving a marriage when your spouse wants to leave. Stay strong. Find a support system.
Did you know that Jesus never talked about the very common word "competition." But he did talk about humility and service.
A show capitalizing on Southern Christian stereotypes has snowballed into success, with faith and duck hunting creating a recipe for a ratings sensation on Duck Dynasty.
Solomon asks, “Why should you be intoxicated, my son, with a forbidden woman and embrace the bosom of an adulteress?” We are called (commanded even) to a different kind of intoxication.
"When we go through tough times, our enemy is hopelessness, our enemy is despair," bestselling author Max Lucado tells Crosswalk.com.
What do we, as Christians, stand to lose if so many of our young men continue to spend their teens and twenties in the pursuit of pornographic pleasure?
One thing I've learned is that forgiveness is not something I do. Forgiveness is something God does through me...if I let him.
"Am I belittling him if I initiate a conversation about love? I really want to respect him as a man and not pressure him..."
Their destiny is destruction, their god is their stomach, and their glory is in their shame (Phil. 3:19). We should never be surprised by sin.
Contentment does not come naturally. It is something we must learn. How do we learn it? Through the fires of affliction.
The complementarian/egalitarian dance has been a hot button issue, and many voices and resources can be found on Crosswalk.com.
Carolyn Weber chats about the lessons we can learn from self-reflection about prayer, family, and the beauty of a life lived with God.
I wonder if the reason that today's Christian mothers have an unfulfilling parenting experience is because they have misunderstood the purpose of their lives, and how motherhood fits into that purpose to begin with.