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I remember exactly where I was when I felt grateful for what my birth mom did. I’ve always been thankful for my life, and I’ve always known that what my birth mom did was an incredible thing. My adoptive parents—the... Continue...

Next month, hundreds of parents and church leaders will gather in Nashville to learn how to teach their children truths about the gospel while living in our complex world. Parenting is hard for anyone, but we know those who choose... Continue...

In our families and in our churches, we are far too often late to the conversation about sexuality with our teenagers and reactionary once we speak up. This should not be the case. The kitchen table and living room are... Continue...

Today, film director Christopher Nolan’s movie Dunkirk opens in theaters across the U.S. The film tells the true story of Operation Dynamo, a heroic effort to save Allied troops who were stranded on a beach in France and surrounded by... Continue...

Born and raised in the “birthplace of Rock ‘N Roll,” Donna Gaines returned 25 years later armed with a background in education and a heart for the county that claims one of the highest rates of childhood poverty. Gaines is... Continue...

Facebook recently announced they’ve hit the milestone of two billion users. There are more Facebook members than members of any religion except Christianity. (Just barely. There are 2.4 billion proclaimed Christians globally). That means that worldwide, one in four people... Continue...

Americans value equality and fairness. Our constitution states it clearly: "All men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights." Fairness is a self-evident principle. We know every person should be subject to the same rules, without respect to... Continue...

The Supreme Court’s 7-2 ruling for Trinity Lutheran Church in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer is a monumental decision that will have implications for years to come. Interestingly, even left-of-center Justices Kagan and Breyer sided with the majority,... Continue...

Editor’s note: This is the fourth article in a monthly series on what Christians should know about bioethics. Because bioethics is a topic that is unfamiliar for most Christians, I’ve used the previous three articles outlining why Christians should care... Continue...

On April 10, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed into law comprehensive criminal justice reform, making it easier for former inmates to obtain employment and allowing prisoners to work for private companies while completing their sentences. The sweeping measures were recommended... Continue...