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When Rebecca Onion looks into her baby-filled future, she sees “only catastrophe.” In an article on Slate.com she vets a solution: the “Pre-Pregnancy contract." Her goal is to avoid what she dreads: an uneven distribution of household and parenting work.... Continue...

Early this morning, my twitter feed informed me that Will Ferrell plans to produce and star in a new film portraying former President Ronald Reagan. I’ve had many good laughs at Ferrell’s work, including those involving caricatures of political figures... Continue...

When I hear the name William Carey, I immediately think of gospel missions, and rightly so. After all, Carey has been labeled the father of Modern Missions. He has not carried this designation because he was the first missionary but... Continue...

Below is my response to an email I received that asked the following question: “I believe church should be for all of God’s children. No exceptions. I am a gay man. My question is, would I be fully accepted with... Continue...

This week, the Mississippi legislature opened the door for Governor Phil Bryant to assume a leading role in the effort to preserve rights of conscience and religious liberty in his state. HB 1523, which the Mississippi House passed earlier today,... Continue...

Christians in America today face growing challenges to their first amendment rights to religious freedom. A troubling example is found in the recent refusal of the Supreme Court to hear the religious liberty claim of the Storman family from Olympia,... Continue...

"We believe it is possible to heal this illness from the pharmacy of the sacred law of Islam." These words, spoken by Shaykh Abdallah Bin Bayyah, were, for me, the most memorable of the entire Marrakesh Declaration conference last week.... Continue...

Leave us alone and our ideas will triumph. Religious freedom is dangerous for secularism because secularism is doomed in a free marketplace of ideas. Anti-religion can catch a wave of the moment if the dominant religions are receding, but revival... Continue...

I never gave hunger much thought until I became a mother. Motherhood begins with conversations about “the schedule” and bottles and quickly turns to the veggie/fruit count, snack monitoring and introduction of potential allergens. The information and advice you receive... Continue...

Overwhelmed. Exhausted. Depressed. Panicky. Stressed. Burned out. Broken. Paralyzed. Drowning. Empty. Recognize yourself in any of these words? Maybe in all of them? You’re not alone. These are the most common words I’ve heard Christian women using to describe themselves... Continue...