WASHINGTON — Dr. James Dobson proclaimed to hundreds gathered in the Omni Shoreham Hotel Friday, for the Family Research Council's annual Values Voter Summit his support for Donald Trump as president, his fear of a Hillary Clinton presidency, and revealed he almost retired several times because he was tired of being called a rightwing crazy.
"I am passionately in favor of Donald J. Trump," Dobson states, receiving thunderous applause and cheers.
Under the impression that he was not allowed to be explicitly political in his speech, the 80-year-old host of Family Talk and former head of Focus on the Family gave an impassioned speech, urging all in attendance to support the Republican nominee for president. more >>
"Mom Says/Dad Says," an exclusive Christian parental advice column by Gregory Slayton, former U.S. Ambassador to Bermuda and author of the best-selling book Be a Better Dad Today: Ten Tools Every Father Needs, and his wife, Marina Slayton, author of the new book Be The Best Mom You Can Be. The Slaytons have been featured on Fox and Friends, Focus on the Family Radio and numerous other media outlets. They donate 100% of their royalties from parenting books to fatherhood and family nonprofits.
Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman, Governors Jeb Bush and Sam Brownback and Pastors Tim Keller and Luis Palau, among others, have endorsed the Slaytons. In their exclusive series for The Christian Post, both Marina and Gregory will answer thoughtful Christian parents seeking to raise their children up in the goodness of the Gospel and the Glory of God. If you would like to have Marina and Gregory answer your questions, please contact them via email@example.com.
Parent Question: Without a thought, our children drift to their electronic games, their TV shows, and their social media every time they walk into the house or awake in the morning to start their day. We are afraid they spend too much time wasting their time. We don't want to simply say "no," so what are some ways we can encouragement better use of their time? more >>
Unemployed men often face a deeply spiritual struggle, and as they endure the hardship that comes with sudden unemployment, one Christian leader is encouraging churches to do more to provide short-term monetary assistance.
Last week, The Wall Street Journal called the distressingly high numbers of persistently unemployed men a "quiet catastrophe," noting that the United States is now home to roughly 7 million men ranging in age from 25 to 54, "the traditional prime of working life," who are unemployed.
"Often a man who is unemployed feels not only economic stress but a sense of confusion about who he even is," wrote Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, on his website Monday. more >>
Reach Records rapper Andy Mineo slams hip-hop message against marriage as he and his wife celebrate their two year anniversary.
"Last week we celebrated 2 yrs of marriage. Ppl been saying it's gonna suck when the honeymoon phase is over! Well, I haven't experienced that yet. Of course there are growing pains, but they produce love, loyalty, trust & depth," he wrote in a Facebook post.
The young emcee went on to open up about the bond he and his wife, Christina, share with one another since becoming husband and wife. more >>
Big Daddy Weave announced that member Jason Weaver joined them onstage Wednesday evening at Christian Music Broadcasters Momentum Conference (CMB) as they received the "Rich Mullins Impact Award."
Band members took to Facebook with a photo of Jason Weaver sitting in a wheelchair at this year CMB conference.
"This just happened. A long, loud standing ovation for brother Jay. Congratulations to Big Daddy Weave on winning the Rich Mullins Impact Award at the Christian Music Broadcasters Momentum Conference," the photo caption read. more >>
A 43-year-old mother and her 25-year-old daughter accused of having an incestuous marriage were arrested in Duncan, Oklahoma, last Friday.
The illegal relationship came to light after investigators with the Department of Human Services began investigating children inside the couple's home in August. more >>