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Hey, New Mom, Have You Considered Relaxing?
Writing in the New Yorker, Lucy Huber and Joanna Davis have some advice for new mothers:
Hello! I see you are a young mother caring for your young children, ...
The Dignity of Diapering a Baby
Pastor Bryan Chapell writes in his recent book Grace at Work:
My musician wife, Kathy, talks about a time that she was changing a particularly yucky ...
1 In 6 Haven’t Sent Mom a Gift in a Year!
Did you drop the ball this Mother’s Day and forget to pick up a gift for your mom? You’re not alone. A new survey has found that one in six ...
Science Reveals the Humanity of the Unborn Child
Can fetuses (or unborn children) really feel pain and experience a human connection with other humans? New scientific research provides a mass of evidence ...
Cowardly Men Love Abortion
In late 2021, a young man by the name of Kaivan Shroff published an article entitled, “Men like me benefit from safe abortion access.” By ...
Hair Salon for Moms of High-Risk Newborns
Sarah Pulley knows what moms are going through when their babies are in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Riley Children’s Hospital. She ...
Dad Protects Infant Son While Making Epic Catch
A Cincinnati Reds baseball fan Jacob Kingsley told reporters, “(As a dad) you have to always be expecting the unexpected and be ready for anything ...
One Key to Stopping Abortion Is Men Stepping Up as Fathers
Roland Warren has led the National Fatherhood Initiative for 11 years. In 2012 he became president and CEO of Care Net, the nation’s largest network ...
Intelligent Designer Babies
A survey asked highly committed evangelicals what they thought of using gene editing to:
Treat disease at birth
An appropriate use of medical technology ...
The Gift of Wrapping
Jeff Peabody writes in a Christmas issue of CT magazine:
Several years ago, I decided to write a daily Christmas blog post on our church blog. So, I decided ...