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In the wee hours on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, we were all sleeping soundly. At 3:45 AM, my husband’s phone sounded the text alarm. He shushed it. Within seconds, my cell phone gave off its incoming text signal. Then we... Continue...

I am 24 years old, have been married for almost four years, and we have an 11-month-old daughter and a baby on the way. At 18 years old I had zero intentions of getting married anytime soon, much less two years later.... Continue...

As Christians called to be salt and light within our culture, we must be able to analyze the ethical theories of our society in order to bring Scripture to bear upon them. Many of the decisions happening daily in our culture fall... Continue...

It’s hard not to weep as I watch the continual coverage of events unfold in Ferguson, Mo. Once again, a life was taken by an authority figure. The eyes of our nation turn in one of two directions: toward the... Continue...

Every day an average of 600 people are intimately affected by the suicide of a loved one. Here are five facts you should know about suicide in the United States: 1. In the U.S., there were 38,364 suicides in 2010—an... Continue...

I grew up loving Robin Williams. My favorite performance was his work portraying the magical genie in Aladdin. Surely Williams is one of the finest actors ever to appear on the silver screen. He moved millions to the extremes of... Continue...

Robert Gittelson was one of those rare men most of us only meet a few times in our entire lives. I first met Robert in 2010, shortly after he co-founded the group Conservatives for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. He was sitting... Continue...

One out of every five Americans has some disability. Seven percent of Americans have mental limitations or illnesses that interfere with their daily functioning. Only 16 percent of people with a severe disability such as deafness, legal blindness, intellectual disability, autism,... Continue...

This year the movie God Is Not Dead preyed on every Christian parent’s fear of sending a child off to college only to have their family’s faith and values undermined by an atheist college professor espousing some form of moral relativism. The... Continue...

I can remember driving down the highway in Virginia in a state of depression. I’ve slipped into depression – probably a milder form than many have experienced – two or three times in my life. One was during my first pastorate,... Continue...