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Are stay-at-home moms a drain on the economy? It’s a question that was recently asked by an Australian columnist, leading to a variety of opinions on whether or not the work of the home is a contribution to society or... Continue...

In the United States, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, an observance to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities on how to prevent it. Here are five facts you should know about sexual assault in America:... Continue...

There’s something about marriage that can reveal the good, the bad and the ugly of the heart. Before marriage, I remember thinking I was a decent human being. I didn’t realize that I had many passions and desires that would... Continue...

Mentors are important and have a significant impact on our lives. I happen to have the opportunity to consider someone special as a “mentor” of sorts. Some may know him as the founder and CEO of Hobby Lobby, some as... Continue...

As a youth pastor, I meet a lot of families who are concerned about finding the right church, especially for the good of their teenagers. This is a big decision, and the number of churches to choose from, particularly if... Continue...

A series of rapid-fire, hypothetical questions from across the U.S. Supreme Court’s philosophical divide has provided encouragement to advocates of increased freedom for churches to participate in government programs that have a secular purpose. During oral arguments Wednesday (April 19),... Continue...

To watch a short video explaining what this case is all about, click here.  Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the remaining religious freedom case to be heard this term—and one of the most significant religious liberty cases to be decided in years.... Continue...

A state’s refusal to include a daycare center in a playground resurfacing program simply because it is operated by a church constitutes religious discrimination, the U.S. Supreme Court was told today (April 19). Justices on both sides of the court’s... Continue...

Perhaps you’re one of those people with many friends. I am friends with people like you. You are likable, fun, considerate, helpful, and all-around good human beings. You are awesome. I flock to you. These friends of mine, upon hearing... Continue...

I recently took my son to see “The LEGO Batman Movie,” and I was struck by its depth. Batman teams up with LEGO to show, not just the dark side of Gotham City’s villains, but the dark side of the... Continue...