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“Yes!” We high-fived each other as we surprised our children with another annual night out in the “Minivan Express.” For many years, we’ve laid a “golden ticket” on our kids’ pillows to find as they climbed into bed. Much like... Continue...

On Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai appeared before the House Judiciary Committee in a hearing to discuss Google’s practices in privacy, data collection, government projects, anti-trust regulations, and recent security breaches. Google has been under intense scrutiny for a project... Continue...

In November 1999, my husband Craig and I received the glorious news that we were expecting our first baby. We couldn’t have been more excited. Of course, we immediately notified our family and friends and sprung into full baby preparedness... Continue...

Richard Braceful remembers getting letters about his kids from his wife, Selena, during his incarceration. She would tell him how tightly they were holding on to their Christmas presents—even six months after the holiday. Richard—now a Detroit, Mich., pastor—smiles when... Continue...

I was born in Memphis, Tenn., a little less than two decades after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot. Growing up there allowed me to frequently visit the Lorraine Motel and National Civil Rights Museum on field trips. Yet, as... Continue...

NEW ORLEANS (BP) — National Football League player Benjamin Watson has again joined with the Southern Baptist Convention's ethics entity to provide an ultrasound machine for the benefit of women in crisis pregnancies. Watson, a veteran tight end with the... Continue...

HOPE is a pregnancy resource center that provides service including ultrasounds, well women care, and mentoring, among others. HOPE also provides roughly 50 to 60 baby showers every single year. These showers are a consistent highlight to our year as... Continue...

Christmas time is here and like most people, I’ve already started gathering gifts for family and friends. Every year we fill our kids’ stockings with odds and ends: toothbrushes, little trinkets, silly putty, tiny stuffed animals, and always a book.... Continue...

I love Christmas, and even I love it more now than when I was a kid. And while early in my marriage, I was admittedly against decorating before Thanksgiving, I’ve even relaxed on that rule. It is, without question, my... Continue...

In 1995, when I was 8 years old, a car accident left me with a spinal cord injury, which meant I would be wheelchair bound for life. In an instant, my small world shifted from gymnastics and bike riding to... Continue...