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When defending marriage makes you a villain

By Nick Eicher
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Homosexuality | Last week, I talked with John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview about a story that appeared on The Public Discourse about a woman…

Trim back the hedge

Trim back the hedge

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Parenting | In one of my day jobs I review children’s books. One recent middle-grade novel I read is about the first family-based moon colony, established in…

Midday Roundup: Pope calls meeting to tackle family matters

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Catholic family values. More than 200 senior Roman Catholic bishops gather today for the Synod on the Family at the Vatican. The group will try to find ways…

Why I can’t teach your child

Why I can’t teach your child

By Amy Henry
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Education | Four times I asked him to take out a piece of paper. Four times I asked him to find a pencil. Each and every time we reached a new vocabulary word, I stopped…

Broken home

By Sarah Padbury
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Family | Another adopted teen returned to foster care, this time with heavy publicity. What went wrong?

Family first

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | Within the sports world, some stars are making big sacrifices to invest at home

Drop the movement and back away slowly

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Religion | Back in my homeschool days, some of us moms used to get together once a month for coffee and mutual encouragement. I recall a morning after one of us had…

Trusting God with terminal cancer

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Kara Tippetts on resting in God’s faithfulness to the very end

Fall cleaning

Fall cleaning

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | This was the Sunday afternoon my mother and I were going to move her summer clothes to the far end of the closet and her winter clothes to the close end where…

A shovel-ready job

A shovel-ready job

By Amy Henry
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Parenting | On a recent blistering Kansas day, a group of students and teachers are re-mulching an impossibly long walking path as part of our weekly school workday. The…

Note to self: Love people because they’re not here long

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | On Sunday my mother and father and I went out on one of the most beautiful afternoons God ever made, and looked for deer at the 260-acre cemetery nearby. My…

Feeling at home

Feeling at home

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Marriage | While I was planning our wedding—picking out plates, whittling down the guest list, and taking melatonin to help me sleep at night—a friend told me the…

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