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After three years of back-and-forth court decisions, the legal challenge to a Texas law regulating abortion procedures and their providers was finally heard by the U.S. Supreme Court March 2. The court’s decision in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt, though... Continue...

None can love freedom heartily but good men; the rest love not freedom, but license.” — John Milton The world is comprised of two groups of people—us and them—from which we are constantly resorting and regrouping. Right/Left, Red State/Blue State,... Continue...

The discussion of whether or not parents should vaccinate their children has been going on in some circles for years, but recent outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States have brought the conversation to a fever pitch. As Ross... Continue...

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...

“Daddy, when are you coming home?” My kids often ask this question whenever I have a chance to call home. I reluctantly tell them, “By Christmas,” but the reality is, there’s no guarantee that we’ll leave our current location in... Continue...

Kevin DeYoung sat down with Dan Darling, vice president of communications at the ERLC, to discuss marriage, homosexuality and the church. DeYoung is the senior pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Mich. Kevin and his wife, Trisha, have six children. Continue...

Dan Darling, vice president of communications at ERLC, sits down with David Russell, executive director of Campus Outreach Washington D.C., to discuss campus ministry.  Russell explains his experience with disciplining and ministering to college students in lieu of our modern day culture. To learn... Continue...

Catherine Parks, co-author of A Christ-Centered Wedding, sits down with Trillia Newbell to discuss her book and how to make God the focus of your wedding. "The Bible begins and ends with a wedding. That shows us that weddings matter," Parks says. "God... Continue...

With cultural indicators sliding and the influence of the Church eroding in Washington, how can people of faith navigate society in a way that will build bridges toward the gospel without compromising biblical truth? NAMB president Kevin Ezell talks with... Continue...

Dave Furman and K. Edward Copeland sat down with Trillia Newbell to discuss the multicultural growth they've seen in their churches. Furman serves as the senior pastor of Redeemer Church of Dubai.  Copeland serves as pastor of New Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Rockford, Ill., where he... Continue...