We can’t just sit by and let evil triumph without taking the chance to act. So what should we do to stop abortion, specifically Planned Parenthood?
Thank God for coffee...you don’t know what your invitation could do in the life of another.
Q: I’ve been dating this girl for a while, and I’m looking for some ways that we can grow together spiritually. Outside of going to church and praying together, do you have any suggestions?
I was so busy being…busy. When was the last time I was really a friend to my friends?
In discerning an important decision, prayer is absolutely necessary, but it is useless if we aren’t willing to put in the work. We often use the excuse of waiting for the perfect time to do something.
A broken family is considered normal in our society, and we cover the pain by saying no family is perfect...but tolerance for our brokenness isn’t fixing anything. You know what I think CAN fix the problem? Fatherhood.
I'm a big fan of relaxation. But is it merely a time for me to shut off and wind down, only so I can go back to work again? I think we’re missing the point.
It’s been a month since the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, requiring all 50 states to allow same-sex couples to marry. Within that month, conversations have dwindled.
I was recently surveying the guests at a college friend’s wedding when it became painfully obvious that I was the only young adult at the wedding that was single.
I have to confess what my initial reaction was to hearing about Planned Parenthood’s selling of body parts of aborted children:
I avoided it.
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