Top 10 Articles of May 2011

Compiled & Edited by Crosswalk Editorial Staff

What if Bible characters had Facebook? Were Harold Camping's Rapture predictions completely off base, or was he partially right? Is God Glad Osama bin Laden is dead? These questions and more considered in last month's most popular articles.

What if God Had a Facebook Feed?
by the staff
What would Bible characters write as their Facebook statuses? What if they appeared in one place on their mutual friend God's Wall?

The End is Near? Harold Camping's False Teaching
by Albert Mohler
The church is not to be arrogantly setting dates, but instead to be eagerly waiting for him. Of that we can be truly certain.

Is God Glad bin Laden is Dead?
by John Piper
Many human Christians have conflicted feelings, but is it calling God "double-minded" to say he both approves and disapproves the death of Osama bin Laden?

7 Things We Regularly Get Wrong About Worship
by Joe McKeever
Listen as the congregation files out of the sanctuary on Sunday, and you'll hear the common refrain: "I didn't get anything out of ___ [fill-in-the-blank] ___."

The Power of Humility in Marriage
by Dr. David Hawkins
Listening to Debra, I realized they weren't struggling with "blended family issues" but issues related to being opinionated.

Reconcile or Run?
by Joe Beam
Deciding whether to forgive and reconcile or to end a relationship and move on is not an easy decision to make.

Killing Off Marriage? Dr. Ablow Reports — You Decide
by Albert Mohler
Marriage is so essential to human happiness and to the organization of human society that it simply cannot be ignored or denied. 

How Not to Minister to the Hurting
by Joe McKeever
Unfortunately, you will not believe what some well-meaning Christians say to a bereaved parent or the family member of someone tragically injured.

Waiting for Joy: How Depression Affects Married Life
by Dr. David Hawkins
Depression is a whole-body problem. It affects our thoughts, actions, feelings, relationships and even our faith-walk.

Why Pastors Should Get Their Heads Examined
by Adam McHugh
Young pastors dive into ministry with a plan to fix the church and save the world -- only to discover that they too need fixing and saving.