This Christmas you can introduce someone to Jesus in a fresh way.
Cru staff members wishing you a Merry Christmas in their heart language.
A military wife shares her struggles and a hopeful reminder.
Make sure to spend your holiday the way God would want. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Advent is a time for us to prepare our hearts to respond to the gift of God’s Son. Here are some practical steps we can take to be ready to celebrate Christmas.
Understandings and celebrations of Christmas differ around the globe. Read how Cru staff members celebrate in Japan, Bulgaria, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Going door-to-door with a Bible may be taboo any other time of the year, but during Christmas Season, singing the gospel is still captivating.
Consider creative ways to help people see Christ in Christmas this holiday season.
How to spiritually survive the longest break of the school year.
Use the Christmas season to serve and talk to others about Christ.
Here are 5 questions related to the topic of Christmas that you might find of value.
Lessons from Siberia on how to survive, even thrive, in dark days.
What if instead of viewing interruptions this Christmas as unwelcome delays, you strive to see them as divine opportunities for inviting others into conversations of some spiritual significance?
Billboards and commercials advertise Christmas as a “merry and bright” season. But when your family is the source of your deepest hurts those endorsements become demands to be joyful.
Jesus did not come to liberate us from suffering, but to free our spirits as we go through the suffering that is part of life. He makes it possible for us to connect with God — to know Him personally.
Just because Christmas is over doesn't mean you have to stop talking about the greatest gift God has given us in Jesus Christ.
Darryl Smith, National Director of the High School ministry, eats a Sweet Potato pie and explains how the Christmas Story demonstrates God's love.
Neil Downey compares the week between Christmas and New Year's Day to our current era in history - the time between Christ's first and second coming.