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“My mom said you are welcome to come to our home and play anytime!” I turned, astonished, to look at who said this to my son as we were waiting to cross the street to go into school one morning.... Continue...

NOTE: Sherif Girgis will be one of the speakers at the ERLC National Conference: “The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage.” The conference is designed to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families and... Continue...

I was 24, working at my alma mater, when a student prayed in a group, “And God, thank you for Jenn’s example as an older woman on our campus.” I restrained a burst of laughter. Thankfully everyone’s eyes were closed.... Continue...

Sometimes parenting can feel a lot like the plot of the movie “Groundhog Day,” especially if your kids are little. Each day can feel like a grind as you go through the same routines. You wake the kids, dress them,... Continue...

Lindsay Swartz speaks with Rosaria Butterfield about the upcoming Equip:Austin event on July 29th, 2015. Join top leaders for a night of equipping on same-sex marriage issues to prepare your church for a post-marriage culture in the first major event following... Continue...

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...