What happens if your school district crosses a line with its curriculum? What do you do now? Here are some words of encouragement.
We're in the middle of a revolution that could prove as disruptive as the Industrial Revolution. What does work look like in a world of automation?
Sometimes premarital counseling includes conversations about having children. But what about conversations about not being able to have children?
The brilliant T.S. Elliot once observed that before we know what to do with something, we need to know what it's for. That applies even to sex. We need to be clear on what God designed sex and procreation for. By and large, evangelicals are not clear on these things.
Truly loving people can mean telling them things they don't want to hear — like, "suicide is not something to celebrate."
Some are saying that Christians have lost the culture. But what if it was never a war to win, instead it was a calling to embrace?
How do you revitalize a dying downtown? Maybe it's the same way you save a dying marriage — one day at a time.
What happens when a society stops reproducing itself? The U.S. fertility rate is now at an all-time low. The closing of toy stores may be merely a bellwether of further effects of low fertility to come.
If your teen has a smart phone, please listen. I've got a warning for you, and then a suggestion that I don't usually make.
Holy Week is a reminder of many things, but one we often forget is rest. God did it, and so should we.
Stephen Hawking didn't stay in his lane. He was a scientist, but in each of his books and nearly all of his media appearances, he ventured into philosophy, masking metaphysical observations and proclamations in language of scientific certainty.
Mass shootings are now, tragically, a regular feature of our news cycle.
Like it or not, it's another election year. Which means it's time for Christians to think clearly about political engagement.
Here are some thoughts, including from the late Chuck Colson, on the Rev. Billy Graham.
Reversing Obergefell and rebuilding the shattered consensus on natural marriage won't happen quickly.
By itself, science isn't enough. But it can lift the curtain that made it so easy to claim ignorance of what and who the unborn really are.
Transgender ideology is just that: an ideology—and it's one that's endangering lives.
Who is responsible for our kids' education?
Notice the appropriateness of altering a child's body to harmonize with his or her preferred gender is just assumed; it's not evaluated.
Sleep deprivation is the new health crises.
Stephanie Gray is a Canadian pro-life apologist. She travels the world making the case for the humanity and personhood of the unborn
Those on the side of life must remind the world that a person's value can never be tallied on a chalkboard. We must never put a price tag on blessings that God considers priceless.
America is shrinking. I don't mean we're getting shorter, I mean that we aren't having enough babies. Here's why that's bad news.
I never thought in my wildest dreams I'd talk about Taylor Swift on BreakPoint. Just look what you made me do.
New evidence supports the authenticity of Christianity's most hallowed and resilient archaeological site.