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A Word About Hope

A Word About Hope

The cries of a single voice are seldom heard in a city full of tumult. Countless peddlers of hope are passed by in the streets, carelessly dismissed, and their exhortations—“repent, and believe in the Gospel!”…

Build Your City

Build Your City

Lord, Build Your city. Break down the towers of our pride. Apart from You, we take poisonous bites out of the Big Apple, slip into Sin City’s seduction, curse each other in the City of…

West Side Gospel

West Side Gospel

Redeemer Presbyterian Church and the world around it

Disciples of the Digital Earth: Does the Internet Make the Great Commission Easier?

Disciples of the Digital Earth: Does the Internet Make the Great Commission Easier?

In addition to our weekly blog pieces, Crown & Cross publishes a semesterly print issue, a compilation of 9 to 12 pieces based around a singular theme. Since these pieces represent some of our best…

The Meaning of Easter

The Meaning of Easter

  This week, a few members of the team at Crown and Cross decided to share a bit about what Easter means to us, and how this particular celebration has grown more meaningful throughout our…

A Call for All

A Call for All

In addition to our weekly blog pieces, Crown & Cross publishes a semesterly print issue, a compilation of 9 to 12 pieces based around a singular theme. Since these pieces represent some of our best…

There are no atheists in foxholes . . . or are there?

There are no atheists in foxholes . . . or are there?

A few years ago in high school, I was eating lunch with two of my friends, one a devout Christian and the other an atheist. The three of us would often wrestle over the subject…

The Year of Mercy: A Retrospective

The Year of Mercy: A Retrospective

In addition to our weekly blog pieces, Crown & Cross publishes a semesterly print issue, a compilation of 9 to 12 pieces based around a singular theme. Since these pieces represent some of our best…