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Today, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a religious liberty waiver for South Carolina’s faith-based organizations. The significance of this action is twofold; first it provides relief for faith-based organizations in South Carolina. Second, it lays the... Continue...

Often, when we think about ethical issues, we consider matters that pertain to the public square, cultural engagement, and what it looks like for the gospel to influence society. However, we must also look to our own house, the local... Continue...

This is the latest ERLC End-of-Year update as part of our RISE Campaign. Singleness is the norm for an increasing number of people in our society. And if marriage is in the future, people across various demographics are usually single... Continue...

Why are mom’s heralded as role models on Mother’s Day while dads are admonished to get their act together? During that inevitable Father’s Day sermon a few wives clutch their husband’s arm and whisper “He’s not talking about you, sweetheart…”, while other wives simmer or elbow him... Continue...

I sit with a friend over breakfast, our table squeezed in among other pairs of diners. We reach across to one another and hold hands for a brief moment. She has tears in her eyes and I have tears in... Continue...

Our oldest son came to our family through adoption and, as a gift we don’t take for granted, enjoys a strong and affectionate relationship with his birth mother. To the best of his 7-year-old capacity, he understands that she made... Continue...

The news cycle has been awash in darkness recently, particularly as it regards politics. And, as a Christian, I constantly ask myself how I am to respond in such a time as this. In the midst of this question, I... Continue...

Last week, writer Katelyn Beaty wrote an article at RNS arguing that the politics of ending abortion are less important than the politics of reducing abortion. There is much to commend in Beaty's article. I especially appreciate her taking a whole-life... Continue...

I came of age, and came to Christ, in the 90s. Like so many Gen X Christians, my spiritual foundation was chiseled in a youth group where purity was a big deal. I had a purity ring, signed a True... Continue...

In a piece for Her.meneutics, Jennifer Grant cautions parents against trying to “bully their kids into belief,” writing: “Between the extremes of bullying our children into faith and neglecting to teach them to pray is a wide expanse.” I completely... Continue...