I love to share about Jesus — but that is a new thing for me. Years ago I would never open my mouth, or ever attempt to share Jesus. I do not have a good reason why, I just never saw the need.
The recent racial events have caused such pain in my heart and mind the last few days. What I greatly fear, is that this pain will go away and I will lull back into normal, and that you will as well.
It's not your problem. It's not my problem. It's our problem. And we do have a problem here in America. A racial problem.
It seems that sex is on display everywhere we go, but do we have to display all our loveliness all the time, and to everyone?
The temptation of not using words to show Jesus is often the relief of just not having to share your faith. The greater temptation may become to hide our faith or at least keep it on the down low — but that temptation is dangerous.
Just when you think it couldn't be done, the Babylon Bee (which specializes in satire) wrote a serious piece on Planned Parenthood (PP). For real. No kidding. No satire.
The Babylon Bee is at it again, and we love it. Their recent (satirical) article on Planned Parenthood (PP) paints the picture of PP staff giving a pregnant woman directions to a center that will help her with pre-natal care.
A Vegan Thanksgiving is not exactly what I would call exciting — but a few years ago a family member started a healthy life commitment that included a vegan diet.
It's that time again for Christian parents to decide to allow their children to trick-or-treat, or not.
Did anyone else notice that Donald Trump, Republican nominee for President, hit a sour note at the debate with the pro-life conversation?
The Babylon Bee reported this week that Planned Parenthood, in celebration of their 100th birthday, announced their plans to provide post-birth abortions.
Two years ago, I mustered the courage to ask my mother why she did not have an abortion.
According to the National Council for Adoption, and the National Adoption Center, November is National Adoption Month. Each year at this time, I am reminded of the how great the restoration power of God is. You see, I am adopted. But to understand the restoration that occurred, you have to understand how the journey began.
I am not going to tell you my race – let's start from there. I want you to hear my words without "thinking" of the perspective behind them. With the Zimmerman trial, I admit that I saw my black friends feel justice was denied and that my white friends feel that justice was served.
Jones advocates that women are changed somehow when they experience the arrival of children. Having had three of my own – I could not agree more! As a working mother, the experience was both beautiful (as he iterates) and challenging. And yes, it made a difference in my work life – of course. But, is this a bad thing? I think not, and I actually do not think he is suggesting this is a bad thing, just the reality. My life was interrupted, pleasantly, with each child's arrival.