Resources in Human Dignity and Pro-Life

Since Roe v. Wade was written into law in 1973, millions of babies have been aborted. But in the midst of such tragedy, the pro-life movement has been growing. With the 50th anniversary of Roe looming, what does the future... Continue...

Free, downloadable bulletin insert for use by your church on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. To see additional SBC event dates, visit sbc.net/calendar. Continue...

“The most important thing to me right now is talking to Lloyd Vogel.”  That particular line may not have much significance to you now, but it’s a crucial part of an introductory phone call between a jaded journalist and Fred... Continue...

When I was a kid, one of my favorite stories was “The Little Match Girl,” by Hans Christian Anderson. She was a poor child who sold matches in the frozen streets around Christmas time. As she wandered through icy alleys,... Continue...

I have reconsidered lately where God's majesty is most clearly seen. Certainly I recognize it in the breathtaking sunsets and brilliant fall colors of Virginia, the snow-capped mountains of Montana, and the magnificent waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.... Continue...

Jackie Hill Perry is one of those voices you can’t ignore.  I knew before reading this book that Perry had experience with same-sex attraction (SSA). I also knew of her giftedness in communication. My big question in coming to this... Continue...

When Rosa* first visited the pregnancy center where I volunteer, she was accompanied by her husband. He spoke only a little English, she none at all. She stood somewhat behind him as he and I attempted to communicate, her gaze... Continue...

Almost 13 years ago, I sat in a crowded auditorium in Chicago and heard for the first time about the devastation caused by HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. At the time, what struck me more than the enormity of the epidemic... Continue...

Diane Langberg discusses trauma, and how can we learn more about it.  Continue...

I wore an uncomfortably tight checkered shirt as I walked into Re:Center Ministries for my first day. Climbing down the stairs to the Day Shelter, my ears perked up as a familiar melody played from the computer. Timidly, I kept... Continue...