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College Students Suffer Alcohol-Related Consequences
It’s no secret that many college students spend much of their four years at school drinking way more than they probably should. Now, a new study ...
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 ...
Faith of Our Mothers
When children have questions about their heavenly Father, their first instinct is to ask their mothers. Christian women tend to be more devout than men, ...
Tim Keller’s Mentor Explained Security in Christ
Tim Keller said he would never forget the story about one of his mentors, a college professor named Dr. Addison Leach.
Two young women at the college were ...
UNC Coach says: ‘Foundation is Christ’
First-year UNC coach Hubert Davis was asked about his faith during a press conference introducing him as the new coach of the University of North Carolina ...
College Graduate Takes Photo to Honor Parents’ Sacrifice
When Jessica Rocha set out to celebrate her graduation from the University of California San Diego, she took a photo. And like many Instagram influencers ...
A Mother’s Influence Advanced Women’s Right to Vote
On August 18, 1920 state lawmakers in Tennessee filed into the statehouse to cast their ballots on the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Carrie Chapman ...
Greyhound Gives Tickets to Runaways Who Want to Return Home
For over a decade, Greyhound Lines has partnered with the National Runaway Safeline--an organization that seeks to keep runaway and homeless youth safe--to ...
A Parent’s Job Is Never Done
There’s an old saying that says, “A parent’s job is never done.” Norma Brickey typifies that statement. Norma Brickey, 82, has ...