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November 28, 2014
While it’s unlikely that John Paul watched dysfunctional-family Christmas movies, he knew the difficulties families face and saw ministry to families as “an inescapable requirement of the work of evangelization.”
August 16, 2014
Babies, we think, are not the point of sex. They along with venereal diseases are among the hazards of sex, things to be avoided…
July 22, 2014
The great danger for believers convinced of the clear statements of Christ and the apostles on marriage, the family, and sexuality is that the Synod will recommend that formal sanction be given to the practical acceptance of people not conforming to Christ’s teaching, without any change in their lives.
June 21, 2014
A family is how the Epistles describe the Early Church: they spent time together, ate together, got to know one another, learned from each other, were vulnerable and open to each other…
May 11, 2014
By Faith J. H. McDonnell (@Cuchulain09) FIRST PUBLISHED IN MAY 2013, REVIVED FOR ANOTHER MOTHER’S DAY A longstanding tradition on Mother’s Day is to wear a carnation in honor of your mother. Wearing a…
April 5, 2014
Research has shown that while the rest of the U.S. has become more accepting of same-sex marriage, Evangelicals have stood firm in their convictions and this is true for older as well as for younger Evangelicals.
July 13, 2013
(Photo credit: Esquire) by Brian Miller Esquire magazine recently ran a profile of actor Brad Pitt that touched on several little known aspects of his personal life. Its difficult to admire Pitt as a…
July 9, 2013
Let’s be frank, shall we? Lots of newlyweds have already been either fooling around or cohabiting. What does this mean for the nuptial event itself?
June 8, 2013
Kristin Rudolph (@Kristin_Rudolph) Surrogacy is not an issue that comes to the average Christian’s mind when discussing the dignity and sanctity of human life. But Russell Moore, the new president of the Ethics and…