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In the summer of 1998, a friend and I spent an evening together. A few weeks later she told me she was pregnant, and it was mine. Neither of us expected it, and neither of us felt ready to raise... Continue...

A fellow senator stopped Joe Biden in the hallway and asked, “What’s your position?” It was the early 1970s, and Biden was headed to the Senate to cast his first vote on abortion. In his 2007 memoir, Promises to Keep:... Continue...

About a month ago, Google announced a groundbreaking technology that it hopes will revolutionize the way humans interact with computers. Google Duplex was debuted at the Google I/O Developer Conference on May 8th in Mountain View, California. Duplex is a... Continue...

I don’t want to spoil your day, but the summer is almost over. Lazy mornings spent sleeping in and lazy evenings spent by the pool are over. Fresh stocks of paper, glue, and other necessary supplies sit ready to be... Continue...

I first saw the movie “The Fugitive” in 1993. It's a story about Dr. Richard Kimball (Harrison Ford), who is framed and wrongly sentenced to die for the murder of his wife. He escapes and embarks on a quest for... Continue...

NOTE: The 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit will address "The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation" to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families, and their churches. This event will be held in Nashville... Continue...

This week a well known company whose products I have used for years made national headlines. Why? They made a controversial decision based on their closely held corporate convictions in response to a national outcry. They were criticized by those... Continue...

Editor’s Note: This article was featured in Light Magazine. By now, it’s old news. Late last summer, a pro-life group called The Center for Medical Progress released a series of sting-style, undercover videos that reveal high-level employees from the Planned... Continue...

I was living just 60 miles away when a tornado hit Joplin in 2011 and obliterated several city blocks, leaving 158 people dead. X-rays from that tornado rained down in my front yard while I sat in church, initially oblivious... Continue...

It’s 5:30 a.m., and I am nestled under a blanket near the Christmas tree. My Bible is open. My hands are hugging a steaming cup of spiced tea. All is calm. All is bright. I sigh happily and think, “Christ... Continue...