She’s fearless. She’s charismatic. She’s radiant. A modern evangelist, Annie basks in Christ’s love and shares it with a simple, winsome touch. A heart overflowing with love is a powerful testimony, I’ve learned. “We love because He first loved us.” (1 John 4:19). Annie’s love spills over, mysteriously opening hearts long shut to God’s mercy…
A heart that kills innocent human beings at 24 weeks won’t flinch at killing at 25. One good from Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s killings: we have a renewed sense, in our own hearts and souls, of the ravenous power of evil.
Tiger Mother is wrong. The measure of successful parenting is not what our child does or achieves, but what kind of person he or she becomes. It’s more about “being” and less about “doing.”
The fertility industry exploits women by soft-pedaling the potential risks of egg donation while offering quick payoffs. But more appalling is the silence surrounding the human costs of IVF itself.
Kids are flunking the daily moral tests of life. Why? Because of parenting practices that result in too little time, togetherness, tenderness, and teaching.
The song celebrated children as a wonderful blessing–a view that fewer and fewer adults seem to hold anymore. When did loving children become so countercultural?
An abortionist who is, herself, 18 weeks pregnant, performs an abortion on a patient’s 18-week old child (or fetus). The New York Times calls it “moral complexity.” You decide.
Gillian St. Lawrence, a D.C. woman, fertile and married, chooses IVF and freezes her embryos for later so career, personal and financial goals are uninterrupted–but at what cost?
When a school board offers condoms to kids 12 and under–and prohibits parents from “interfering,” arrogance is on display. And the children will suffer.
I shopped, weighed down by my own troubles. But the tragic losses of a fellow shopper reframed my own burdens. She gave me the gift of perspective, and the resilience that follows from that.