Articles on Secular-topics:relationships-and-family

Walking Wounded

“Suicide didn’t feel like an option anymore.”

Gravity and the Pull of Christ

In one instant, Don realized that to deny Christ is like denying that gravity exists. As a scientist, he concluded that the evidence is undeniable.

Lawyer’s son speaks on “Serial” podcast

Roberto Gutierrez speaks on forgiveness, justice and dealing with the popularity of the "Serial" podcast.

What Christians Miss When They Ignore Halloween

There are ways to make Halloween a day to spread the love of Christ.

Why you love traditions

For some, traditions center around holidays, such as Thanksgiving. But traditions can come in all shapes and sizes.

Why I Wore Flip Flops to Easter Sunrise Service

Try this easy outreach in your neighborhood this Easter.

Finding Home

Returning from overseas to care for her mother brings life lessons for staff member Alice Fredricks.

Dear Dad, You Have Grandchildren Now

A Cru staff member’s letter to his deceased father, lamenting the loss and considering the influence on his own parenthood.

Recognizing God's Goodness

Cru missionaries, the Steinborns, see a gift -- even when wrapped in hardship.

3 Reasons Why We Need Others

What if the refining process we encounter in the city actually leads to a wholeness in our faith that is rarely seen?

How to Live Out Your Faith: From College to the Cubicle

When Allie was in college talking about life and spiritual things seemed easy. Now that she was in the working world, everything seemed to have changed.

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