“Elspeth Howell was a sinner.” By James Scott
Brynn Tannehill is tired of people using gender expression as a ground for personal judgment. It’s time for things to change.
Faced with temptation, one young minister remembers his parent’s voice, and his promise to live holy.
Before judging other’s lifestyle in accordance to their beliefs, take a look into your own. Perhaps you’ll see something that wasn’t there before. Cheers!
Spoon Jackson does not define himself as a murderer, but by what he has done in the days since. How do you see him?
If God can’t expiate sin without our participation in asking for that forgiveness, then God is weak. If, instead, God chooses not to forgive sin unless we ask for it, opting instead to let us suffer for all eternity because of our mistakes, then God is not loving.
‘Hurt people hurt people’ explains, but does not pardon, the damage done by those who cheat on their partners.
The greatest threat to marital peace is a set of unrealistic expectations, demands which may reach an early climax in the wedding ceremony.
Dear John addresses a clingy ex, a son who joined the Marines, and a Christian’s view of “hating the sin but loving the sinner”.
Brandon Ferdig wonders whether his state of Minnesota should gamble on its citizens’ susceptibility.
How narcissists suck victims back into destructive relationships—and how to stop it.
Marriage didn’t include me until SCOTUS changed everything (48 years ago)
Yes, the Supreme Court’s decision was historic, but we — as a nation — have much farther to go on the path to social justice.
A lonely night, temptations rise, you text her. You’ve slept with your ex AGAIN. Intimacy Expert Allana Pratt breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly…
J.R. Reynolds offers an expanded definition of fatherhood—by living it.
What happened when these “two boys” in Texas decided they were ready to start a family?
Want to have quality family time? Be an “Independent,” says Michael Liquori.
Hitting the road and changing towns is nothing new for a lot of men. Four times in the same city, though, is worth pondering.
Ty Phillips lives–and parents–in the present moment, despite his chronic illness.
The beautifully animated short film “Coda” is about a lost soul who meets death and just wants a little more time.
Don’t worry, be wrappy.
Camping isn’t just s’mores and fishing. Rich Monetti talks with Outward Bound about teens and teamwork in nature.