Today's young adults have the latest technology but they don't seem to have the recall of what my generation remembers.
Americans need to follow the money behind all the protests. We also need to work together. Left-leaning journalist, Asra Nomani suggests that we don't do a good enough job doing either.
Grandparents play an important part of their grandkid's lives. As parents work long hours, and kids face distractions, having a grandparent's steady voice and a strong faith help them in their world.
In the confrontational world that is known as social media, perhaps taking time to pose sincere, kind questions might help us understand more than our own opinion.
The best part of our little home has been those I was able to love inside it. What our homes offer is more than shelter. It's where we live much of our lives. What if our home could talk? What would they say?
If we treat women as the Apostle Paul directed, there would be no abuse.
In a culture that seems to celebrate conflict, let's not forget our greatest commandment...that we love God and one another. When we get to the end of our life, the love we've given away will matter far more than anything else.
It took longer than it should have, but I've learned that satisfaction comes from enjoying what you have.
Does America have an anger problem or one of contempt for one another? I would soon find out the answer when a teen that shouldn't have lit a cigarette, was verbally attacked by an older man.
Everyone knows someone who is dealing with the fallout of addiction. The month of September is about recovery. Let's offer support.
As students return to classes, let's realize this: our future doesn't rest only on the actions in the White House, but more on the actions of the generation sitting in the school house. Christians can be the influence that is needed. One student at a time.
Benjamin Franklin once said, "You may delay, but time will not." So, when my watch battery stopped, I was reminded that time still continued. Let me make time for what's important.
After a lifetime of helping others enjoy life, she's losing the ability to enjoy hers.
I was a new driver with Grandpa in the passenger seat. I signaled to pass a slow car. He sternly cautioned that I was now potentially endangering everyone on the road. As a cop, he'd seen far too many car accidents.
It's easy to ignore the random people we see. But what do we miss? It could be a chance to learn something, help someone, or just extend kindness to a stranger.
In a time of fast-paced mean tweets and angry posts, it would be nice to recall the niceties of a bygone era. We could use more people like Alice who demanded ample decorum and no vulgarities in order to keep their seat at her table.
What do you use for a bookmark? Old grocery lists and receipts are my usual choice—but sometimes a bookmark has its own story to tell.
Making a joke out of getting an abortion is particularly cruel. The life of the pre-born child is taken, and often the mother is wounded in ways that are nothing to laugh about.
Is Enneagram a harmless and helpful personality test, or is it an abomination and another ploy to take our eyes off of Jesus?
Times change; traditions sometimes do as well. But when it comes to summer vacation at the grandparents, it's a tradition worth keeping.
Here's another phone app parents should know about. IGTV: Videos are created and posted in order to gain followers. What could possibly go wrong?
With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court future rulings could favor those fighting for the right to life.
A recent immigrant reminded me what a blessing it is to "stand" in America.
Girls are getting bumped off the winner's platform by transgender boys. Is this fair or is it just the way it will now be?
July 4: One America. Many individuals. Many problems. One solution: Share our Founders' belief in being responsible citizens and having dependence on God, not government, to help solve our problems.