Crosswalk.com, an online Christian living magazine, is brought to you by a group of writers, editors, and content producers seeking to provide applicable, educational, and entertaining content to followers of Jesus Christ regardless of where they are in their respective spiritual journeys. We believe that the Christian faith isn’t just for Sunday mornings in church; our faith informs every issue we face every day of the week. We want to provide content to people who are seeking to determine what living Christianity day-to-day means in their own lives.
Our goals at Crosswalk.com are to encourage and challenge you, to help you worship and help you think, to give you practical application of Scripture as well as positive shared testimonies and honest struggles. We strive to provide timely information on everything from Marriage, Parenting and Family issues, to Bible Study, Prayer, Spiritual Growth and Devotionals, to current events and a Christian look at popular culture, always within an overarching framework of evangelical Christian orthodoxy.
You should not expect to agree with everything you read on Crosswalk.com; Christians often disagree on how to apply the principles of the Bible to the issues we face today. But you can expect to encounter biblical teaching, discussion of the latest trending topics, vibrant video, and a wealth of information meaningful to the Christian life with an emphasis on building community and preserving Christian fellowship.
Our Editorial Process and Guidelines
We take great pride in the content published by our writers. All Crosswalk.com writers are selected based upon their background and familiarity in religious and cultural studies. Our writers combine their expertise and knowledge with in-depth research to provide complete accuracy and facts. All content is produced independently and held to the highest standards of quality and integrity.
The Crosswalk.com editorial team reviews and fact-checks all content before publishing. We check our content daily for edits or updates that need to be made to ensure accuracy and up to date information.
Crosswalk.com participates in an affiliate marketing program. We may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through links in our content, such as gift guides and book recommendations.
Our Editorial Team
Shawn McEvoy, Editorial Director
Shawn came to Salem Web Network in 2005 as a site manager for Christianity.com and is now SWN's Director of Editorial, overseeing Crosswalk.com, BibleStudyTools.com, ChristianHeadlines.com and more. He has degrees in English and Writing from Oklahoma Baptist University and Virginia Commonwealth University. Shawn is also the former co-host of Crosswalk's Video Movie Reviews and has contributed hundreds of devotionals and articles to the sites over the years.
Liz Auld, Managing Editor
Liz has worked at Salem Web Network since 2013; she strategically assigns, edits, and writes content across the editorial sites. She has a B.A. in Religious Studies and has taken post-graduate classes in Theology and Global Studies. She enjoys reading classic works, books on theology, and fantasy literature (like C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien), as well as biographies and historical pieces. She also finds joy in traveling and hopes to see many more places with her husband, family, and friends.
Leah Arthur, Crosswalk.com Family Editor
Leah graduated from James Madison University with a B.A. in English and minors in Creative Writing and Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication. She has a passion for writing and editing and enjoys getting to spread truth and encouragement through her position as Family Editor. She is a tea, rock climbing, and Lord of the Rings enthusiast.
Tiffany Robbins, Crosswalk.com Faith Editor
Tiffany has a strong passion for both writing and editing. She has a B.A. in English with a minor in Business from Liberty University. Her goal is to share Christ's love and help others grow in their faith through her role as the Faith Editor for Crosswalk. In her free time she loves to read classic novels, explore new cities, and hike the beautiful mountains in Virginia.
G. Connor Salter, Crosswalk.com SEO Editor
Connor is an SEO Editor at Crosswalk.com, as well as other sites owned by Salem Web Network. He has over 1,000 published articles, ranging from profiles in Christian Communicator to literary essays in A Pilgrim in Narnia. In 2020, he won First Prize for Best Feature Story in a regional contest by the Colorado Press Association Network. Find out more about his work here.
Frequent Crosswalk.com Contributors
Clarence L. Haynes Jr., Meg Bucher, Jason Soroski, Debbie McDaniel, Joel Ryan, Cally Logan, Jessica Brodie, Aaron Brown, Jennifer Slattery, Amanda Idleman, Kristi Woods, Jennifer Greenberg, Catherine Segars, Jennifer Heeren, Cindi McMenamin, Brent Rinehart, Jennifer Waddle, Rev. Kyle Norman, and many others.
Our Expert Writers
Articles published on Crosswalk.com are vetted by our editorial team and supported by accomplished contributors across a range of topics to ensure that our readers are getting expert-backed information they can trust. Here are some of our topical experts divided into popular categories.
Timothy R. Jennings (MD, DFAPA), Lisa Murray (LPC), Meg Gemelli (LPC)
Michael A. Milton (PhD), Roger Barrier (PhD), Joe McKeever (PhD), Dale Chamberlain (M.Div), Aaron Berry (M.Div)
Bible Study / Christian Living
Jason Soroski, Meg Bucher, Jessica Brodie, Homer Purdy, Stephanie Englehart
Prayer / Encouragement
Debbie McDaniel, Rebecca Barlow Jordan, Sue Schlesman, Heather Riggleman, Cally Logan
Marriage / Parenting
Meg Gemelli (LPC), Lisa Murray (LPC), Jennifer Waddle, Cindi McMenamin, Amanda Idleman, Janet Perez Eckles, May Patterson, Rhonda Stoppe, and Michelle Lazurek
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