Maddox is only two, but she will make you think.
Nick Vogt: “I love to be alive!”
Lt. Nick Vogt–heart-stopping injuries and inexplicable survival testify to his family’s tenacious faith and the power of prayer. We thank God for life—no matter how broken and vulnerable—and beg healing, and strength for Nick, his family, and our military.
Mary died unexpectedly. But when she died, God didn’t read her obituary, he read her heart–a heart that grew in love every time she asked, “What’s your will for me, Lord?”
Girl wrestlers breach boundaries of male-female physical contact. Should a girl welcome an adrenaline-driven male grabbing her face, reaching through her legs, squeezing, flipping, and pinning her?
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.
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.
One writer scoffs that nobody keeps altruistic New Year’s resolutions—or does anything good for selfless motives. One family’s compassion proved that false; altruistic New Year’s Resolutions followed.
My mom has raised ten of us, so I listen when she says there’s no need to be the perfect mom. All we need to be is a mom who depends on the love of a perfect God.
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?