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Today's category: GodGod is Watching Children were lined up in the cafeteria of a Christian school for lunch. At the head of the table was a large pile of apples. Someone had written a note and placed it next to the apples. It read, "Take only one, God is watching." Moving through the line, to the other end of the table, was a large pile of chocolate chip cookies. One little boy wrote his own note and snuck it next to the cookies, "Take all you want, God is watching the apples."View hundreds more jokes online.Email this joke to a friend
An important question Christian parents face is how to educate their children. For many, the natural thing is to send them off to the government schools.
Dear Friends,In discussing the “problem of pain,” author Joe Heschmeyer recently wrote that “…the whole story of the Fall is that things aren’t how they ought to be, how they aren’t how they were intended to be, and how we’re the ones who screwed them up. You can read that story in Genesis, or watch it on the nightly news.” Bishop Robert Barron summed up this state of affairs concisely: “The human race is best characterized as a dysfunctional spiritual family, all of us having been marked from birth by the effects of sin. Sin has found its way into every aspect of human life, personally and institutionally. We would be hopelessly naïve to think otherwise.”Atheists often argue that it is absurd to believe in God when there is so much “dysfunction,” suffering, and pain in the world. But as Heschmeyer points out, if there is no God, what can possibly account for all of the beauty in the world? He illustrates this by quoting the musician Joanna Newsom as she discussed what she was going through while recording an album:“The thing that I was experiencing and dwelling on the entire time is that there are so many things that are not OK and that will never be OK again,” says Newsom. “But there’s also so many things that are OK and good that sometimes it makes you crumple over with being alive. We are allowed such an insane depth of beauty and enjoyment in this lifetime. It’s what my dad talks about sometimes. He says the only way that he knows there’s a God is that there’s so much gratuitous joy in this life. And that’s his only proof. There’s so many joys that do not assist in the propagation of the race or self-preservation. There’s no point whatsoever. They are so excessively, mind-bogglingly joy-producing that they distract from the very functions that are supposed to promote human life. They can leave you stupefied, monastic, not productive in any way, shape or form. And those joys are there and they are unflagging and they are ever-growing…”This is part of what makes our Creator so amazing. Not only did He give us “a Savior, someone who can break into our dysfunction from the outside and heal us” (Bishop Barron’s words), He also gives us moments of “gratuitous joy” as we make our way through this earthly life. May we be forever thankful for this gift freely given to us, and may we freely give of ourselves in return.Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research Council FRC ArticlesCan a Christian Serve as a Judge Anymore? – Travis WeberHow the Left Uses Fake Science to Advance Its AgendaWill FEMA Treat Churches Fairly? – Travis WeberThe Rights that Students and Parents Have to Challenge Transgender PoliciesAdvice for Parents On Challenging Transgender Policies in Public SchoolsMasterpiece Cakeshop Attorneys File Merits Brief with the Supreme Court – Travis Weber Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareWhy religious liberty matters for creativity – Jason Thacker, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionFaith groups provide the bulk of disaster recovery, in coordination with FEMA – Paul Singer, USA TodayWhat It’s Like to Be Smeared by the Southern Poverty Law Center – Carol M. Swain, The Wall Street JournalSenate Democrats show off their anti-religious bigotry – Michael Gerson, The Washington PostMedia should not embrace far-left 'poverty' law firm – Colorado Springs GazetteWill the IRS investigate the SPLC on taxes? – Judson Phillips, The Washington TimesNon-Profit Leaders Call on Media to Stop Citing Southern Poverty Law Center – Liberty McArtor, The StreamCalifornia bill seeks to punish ‘misgendering’ with jail time – Mary Rezac, Crux3 Texas Churches Sue FEMA Over Policy Banning Churches From Receiving Harvey Disaster Relief – Stoyan Zaimov, The Christian PostDemocratic Congressman Says He's Introducing A Bill To Punish Campus 'Hate Speech' – Emily Zanotti, The Daily WireUK Speaker: Same-Sex Marriage Won’t Be ‘Proper’ Until Churches Can’t Opt Out – Tyler O’Neil, PJ MediaU.S. Senators Revive Anti-Catholic Bigotry To Intimidate Religious People – Paul C. Binotto, The Federalist'Attacks on Religious Liberty' in US Increased 133 Percent in Last 5 Years: Report – Samuel Smith, The Christian Post"Free to Believe"Judge Suspends City’s Ban of Farmers Over Their Marriage Views – Kelsey Harkness, The Daily Signal4 Key Arguments We Are Making to Defend Jack Phillips at the Supreme Court – Sarah Kramer, Alliance Defending FreedomThey Serve Gay Clients All The Time. So Why Won’t They Cater A Same-Sex Wedding? – Josh Shepherd, The FederalistYour Beliefs Are No Longer Allowed – Taylor Lewis, American ThinkerProfessors told to report students who make campus ‘less inclusive’ to Behavior Assessment Team – Andrew Johnson, The College FixInternational Religious FreedomWhat’s changed in Britain since same-sex marriage? – David Sergeant, The Spectator AustraliaCatholic Priest Released After 18 Months’ Captivity – Elise Harris, National Catholic RegisterFulani herdsmen kill 20 Christians in Nigeria – Onize Ohikere, WORLD LifeAbortionWhen Planned Parenthood closes, women find real health care at hundreds of other clinics – Rebecca Downs, Live ActionPodcast: Pro-life apologetics; Arguments from reason that align with scripture – Scott Klusendorf, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionRed State-Blue State Abortion Divide Deepens – Brian Fraga, National Catholic Register5 new scientific discoveries that show what’s happening to the child in the womb – Kristi Burton Brown, Live ActionCan We Stop an International Roe v. Wade? – Stefano Gennarini, Public DiscourseU.S. Blasts UNFPA Support for China’s Birth Control Policy – Susan Yoshihara, C-FamWhy the pro-choice side is afraid of giving women the choice of abortion pill reversal – Marcie Little, Live ActionOne last chance to defund Planned Parenthood may lie in the Senate’s hands – Susan Michelle-Hanson, Live ActionAdoptionPodcast: Are you mentally healthy enough? Preparing for adoption’s hardships – Sharen Ford, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionBioethicsThe American Medical Association vs. Human Nature – Philip Hawley, Jr., Public DiscourseDoctor wants D.C.’s assisted suicide law repealed: A ‘right to die’ soon creates a ‘duty to die’ – Cassy Fiano, Live ActionThe Contagion of Euthanasia and the Corruption of Compassion – Arthur Goldberg and Shimon Cowen, Public DiscourseObamacareAfter Experiencing British And U.S. Health Care, This Family Says Single-Payer Is Abominable – Jayme Metzgar, The Federalist FamilyEconomics/EducationAs Workers Expect Less, Job Satisfaction Rises – Lauren Weber, The Wall Street JournalThis is why a growing number of teachers want more lessons on religion in school – Kelsey Dallas, Deseret NewsHow a Democratic New York City Councilwoman Became a Crusader for School Choice – Eva Moskowitz, National ReviewA Debt Crisis Is Coming, and We’re All to Blame – Walter E. Williams, The Daily SignalFive Facts About Families and Poverty – Alysse ElHage, Family StudiesMarriageNew research says this kind of daily prayer can change your marriage – Calah Alexander, AleteiaHow to Align Your Dreams as a Couple – Greg Smalley and Erin Smalley, Focus on the FamilyAre You ‘Not Yet Married’? – Marshall Segal, Desiring GodThe Infectious Effects of Divorce and Marriage – Luma Simms, Family StudiesAs U.S. marriage rate hovers at 50%, education gap in marital status widens – Kim Parker and Renee Stepler, Pew Research CenterFaith/Character/CultureWhy Our Obsession With TV Antiheroes Is Destroying Our Souls – Georgi Boorman, The FederalistThe Secret Power of Family Work – Jenet Erickson, Family StudiesDoes The Immaterial Exist? – Joe Heschmeyer, Word On FireWhy religion is not going away and science will not destroy it – Peter Harrison, AeonOvercoming Our Smartphone Addiction – Christopher O. Blum and Joshua P. Hochschild, CrisisIf You Want to Live Truly, Learn to Die Daily – Liz Wann, Desiring GodHuman SexualityOversexed ed – Emily Belz, WORLDParents pull children from prestigious school after transgender ‘indoctrination’ in kindergarten – Bradford Richardson, The Washington TimesHow The Transgender Crusade Made Me Rethink My Support For Gay Marriage – Bethany Mandel, The FederalistMislabeled sex ed – Emily Belz, WORLDWhy I Don’t Use Female Pronouns For My Transgender Brother – Michael Booker, The FederalistSex, Sanity and Beliefs That ‘Live Loudly’ Within Us – Archbishop Charles Chaput, National Catholic RegisterWhat science really has to say about sexuality and gender – Joe Carter, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionHuman TraffickingHuman-Trafficking Fighters Hope for Lift From Proposed New Legislation – Peter Jesserer Smith, National Catholic RegisterGoogle and Sex Traffickers Like Backpage.com – Nicholas Kristof, The New York TimesA Pivotal New Goal: Shedding Light on the Sexual Exploitation of Boys and Men – Katherine Blakeman, National Center on Sexual ExploitationPornographyWhat I told my 7-year-old when he asked what porn was – Matt Fradd, AleteiaDr. Sharon Cooper, MD Discusses How Pornography Harms Children – Katherine Blakeman, National Center on Sexual ExploitationWhy Watching Porn Leaves You Feeling Lonelier Than Before – Fight the New Drug
Dear Friends,In times of great crisis, it’s easy to feel like we are powerless, with no control over the direction of our lives. For the victims of the flooding in Houston and the surrounding region, feelings like these are certainly all too common right now. With the loss of family members, homes, and personal possessions, and with the surreal reality of not being able to recognize your own neighborhood and city because of flooding, I can only imagine the deep sense of loss and hopelessness that the flood victims must be going through, perhaps with no clear direction on how to move forward with life.For those of us who are not directly affected by the flooding and are feeling powerless to help, there are indeed direct ways that we can make a difference, first by praying for the victims and their families, and secondly by charitable giving if we are able.Strangely, great calamity can also bring with it a sense of serenity. How is this possible? Serenity can come when we realize that we are indeed powerless, and therefore are left with one option: simply to trust in God and do what we can, to move one foot in front of the other, to lend a helping hand wherever it is needed. Extenuating circumstances that are beyond our control have a way of forcing us to slow down, giving us a kind of tunnel vision to focus on the basics of life: food, clothing, shelter, helping those in need. This forced limitation of options and elimination of worldly distractions can bring with it a sense of peaceful resignation to accept whatever may come, because what other option is there? As we have seen in Houston, an amazing sense of solidarity can develop from these circumstances. A widespread disaster quickly makes it clear that despite people’s political and cultural differences, we are all ultimately in this thing called “life” together.As the flooding in Texas and every other immense catastrophe has shown, good always comes out of even the direst situations. When we humbly accept what comes our way, God rewards our trust with His grace, mercy, and love.Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research Council FRC ArticlesHistorical Revisionism – Ken BlackwellThe Battle for Truth and Love – Marcus HarrisWays to Help Texas Flood VictimsScience vs. Science on USDA Nominee’s Views of “LGBT Behavior” and “Choice” – Peter SpriggInternational Religious Freedom in 2016: Still Work to Be Done – Travis WeberWhy Is Iceland “Eradicating” People With Down Syndrome? – Dan Hart Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public Square5-Year FRC Shooting Anniversary Offers A Study In Presidential Reactions To Hate Crimes – Mollie Hemingway, The FederalistWhy Is the Southern Poverty Law Center Targeting Liberals? – Ayaan Hirsi Ali, The New York TimesChristian ministry sues after being listed as 'hate' group alongside KKK and neo-Nazis – Harry Farley, Christian TodaySouthern Poverty Law Center Transfers Millions in Cash to Offshore Entities – Joe Schoffstall, The Washington Free BeaconJ.P. Morgan’s Hate List – Kimberley A. Strassel, The Wall Street JournalSouthern Poverty Law Center: ‘Our Aim In Life Is to Destroy These Groups, Completely’ – Tyler O’Neil, PJ MediaSPLC ‘Hate Map’ Targets Christians, Pro-Family Groups – Joan Frawley Desmond, National Catholic RegisterLiberal law center demonizes Christian foes of LGBTQ agenda as ‘hate groups’ – Peter LaBarbera, LifeSiteNewsGroups: Justice court filings defy Trump promises on religious freedom – John Solomon, The HillA Wisconsin Judge Builds the Case for Religious Freedom – Rod Anderson, The Christian PostPolitical CEOs – Mark Baurlein, First ThingsSt. Louis’s Unholy War on Religious Liberty – Nathanael Blake, Public DiscourseAs College Students Return to Campus, Let’s Allow Free Speech to Reign – Carson Holloway, The Daily SignalWhy a British Muslim Is Suing the Southern Poverty Law Center – Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart"Free to Believe"Cake artist to Supreme Court: Affirm artistic freedom, free speech – Alliance Defending FreedomCourt rules high school football coach cannot pray on the field – Todd Starnes, Fox NewsMasterpiece Cakeshop: Can the State Force Us to Agree with Its Views? – Jonathan Scruggs, National ReviewCourt solidifies victory for photographer, other Wisconsin creative professionals – Alliance Defending FreedomTeacher: Dear Parents, Tell Your Kids to Stop Talking About God – ToddStarnes.comFirst Grader Sent to Office, Investigated, for “Pronoun Mishap” – Todd Starnes, TownhallInternational Religious FreedomChristianity Could Vanish From Middle East by 2025 If Terrorism Continues, Believers Warn – Stoyan Zaimov, The Christian PostEgypt Closes Church Over Muslim Extremist Opposition, Blocks Worship at Another – Samuel Smith, The Christian PostState Dept. Releases Report on Status of Religious Freedom in 199 Countries – 21st Century WilberforceSudan Arrests 7 Pastors Who Refused to Give Gov't Control of Denomination – Samuel Smith, The Christian PostTop 5 Worst Countries With Blasphemy Laws Ranked by USCIRF, One Christian Nation Listed at No. 7 – Stoyan Zaimov, The Christian Post LifeAbortionTop 10 Reasons Why It’s Good to be Pro-Life – Maria Gallagher, LifeNewsPro-Choicers Should Explain Why They Think Eugenics Is Acceptable – David Harsanyi, The FederalistTexas permanently bans taxpayer funding of abortion – Fr. Mark Hodges, LifeSiteNewsShunning The Disabled – J.D. Flynn, First ThingsOregon governor signs bill offering free abortions to citizens and undocumented immigrants – Becky Yeh, Live ActionTen (Bad, But Popular) Arguments for Abortion – David Hershenov, Public DiscourseAbortion Groups Attack Religious Medical Providers, Right of Conscience for Health Workers – Rebecca Oas, C-FamFighting for Life in the ‘Abortion Capital of the Western World’ – Jim Graves, National Catholic RegisterHidden Abuse of Women: Coerced Abortions – Colin LeCroy, National ReviewAdoptionGroup Works to Promote Adoption as Positive Parenting Option – Megan Reuther, WHOTVBioethicsIt’s a Culture War, Stupid – George Weigel, First ThingsHow one man’s fight to save his dying wife allowed him to witness two miracles of life – Susan Michelle-Hanson, Live ActionThe Charlie Gard Legacy: Forced Euthanasia – Chris Michalski, The StreamIceland Capital’s Only Baptist Pastor Doesn’t Want Down Syndrome Eliminated – Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson, Christianity TodayObamacareAmerica Already Has A Single-Payer System, And It’s Killing Veterans Like Me – Jonathan LaForce, The FederalistObamacare Insurer Lost $57.6 Million in First Half of 2017 – Robert Donachie, The Daily SignalHow House Conservatives Plan to Revive Obamacare Repeal, and Why It Could Work – Rachel del Guidice, The Daily Signal FamilyEconomics/EducationThe Crisis of the Christian Colleges – Stephen Baskerville, CrisisThe Need for Thick Schools: Classical Education Against Cynicism – Casey Shutt, Public DiscoursePodcast: Sen. Ben Sasse and Russell Moore discuss parenting, education, and vocation in an era of historic disruptions in the workforce – Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionAmerica, Home of the Transactional Marriage – Victor Tan Chen, The AtlanticMarriageWhy you should brag about your husband – Jenna McDonald, AleteiaThis Is the Truth About Good Communication in Marriage – Laura Triggs, VerilyHas Marriage Become My Idol? – John Piper, Desiring GodHow trials can make your marriage better – Sarah Walton, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionWant a better marriage? Share a sport – Craig Swalboski, Post-BulletinRelationship Standard Bearing: When It’s Not Okay to Not Be Okay – Kelly M. Roberts, Family StudiesFaith/Character/CultureThe iPhone and Us – Daniel Ross Goodman, Public DiscourseMichael Cromartie, R.I.P. – Ethics & Public Policy CenterAfter the Flood, All the Colors Come Out – Jared C. Wilson, The Gospel CoalitionSix Questions to Ask Before You Binge on Netflix – John Piper, Desiring GodAtheism and the Problem of Beauty – Joe Heschmeyer, Word On FireThe Christian Understanding of the Human Person – Gerhard Cardinal Müller, PrinciplesHuman SexualityVideo: How do you teach your children about manhood and womanhood from a biblical perspective? – Daniel Akin, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionPrecious Clarity on Human Sexuality: Introducing the Nashville Statement – John Piper, Desiring GodMapping the New Mating Market: A Review of Cheap Sex – Helen Alvaré, Family StudiesHow Catholics Can Welcome LGBT Believers – Cardinal Robert Sarah, The Wall Street JournalUNESCO Promotes Sex-Change and Abortion for Kids – Marianna Orlandi, C-FamPreventing sexual violence starts with what we teach our boys – Maryjo Oster, Child TrendsHuman TraffickingVideo: Fighting Human Trafficking in America – Dallas Theological SeminaryGoogle Attempts to Block Bill to Hold Sex-Traffickers Accountable – Lisa Correnti, C-FamComboni nun answers ‘scream of pain’ of human trafficking victims Inés – Inés San Martín, CruxPornographyPastor fired for porn addiction offers help to fellow strugglers – Greg Garrison, Alabama LivingYou Are Not Addicted: The Power to Resist Pornography – John Piper, Desiring GodI Was a Pastor Hooked on Porn – Garrett Kell, The Gospel Coalition4 Signs Your Man Is Serious About Quitting Porn – Monica Gabriel Marshall, Verily
Dear Friends,For the first time since the 1930’s, the overall life expectancy rate in America has declined. Why? Because the suicide rate is increasing all over the country.There are a multitude of factors that have contributed to this increase. However, all of these factors can be boiled down to one primary cause: despair.From where is this increasing level of despair coming from? I would argue that one of the primary causes for increasing despair is increasing unbelief in God. The Pew Research Center reports that 23 percent of Americans currently describe themselves as “nones,” or those who consider themselves either atheist, agnostic, or “nothing in particular.” This number has been steadily rising since at least 1972, when “nones” made up seven percent of the population. In just the last 10 years, this number has jumped eight percent, from 15 to 23 percent.It has been statistically verified that those who attend religious services are far less likely to commit suicide: In a study of 89,000 people “between 1996 and 2010, those who attended any religious service once a week or more were five times less likely to commit suicide.” In another study, “of the 6,999 Catholic women who attended Mass more than once a week, none committed suicide” (emphasis mine).Without a belief system built on divine revelation, human beings will form their own belief systems around whatever suits them. The secular world is more than happy to fill this demand for what to believe—we are constantly bombarded by the news media and popular entertainment about what we should believe is right and wrong, what is good and evil, what is tolerant and intolerant, what constitutes equality and inequality, etc. If we don’t have religious belief that provides a moral framework grounded in absolute truths, we put ourselves in the risky position of having to ultimately trust in human beings for the ultimate answers. The inevitable culmination of purely human thinking is despair, because we are and never can be ends in ourselves. As discussed previously, we know where despair can eventually lead.Christ reveals an infinitely better way: divinely revealed truth. In Matthew 16:23, he rebukes human thinking: “You do not have in mind the concerns of God, but merely human concerns.” As Christians, we must do all we can to turn back the tide of unbelief that is steadily rising in America, trusting not in the ways of man, but in the ways of God.Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research Council FRC Articles'Sanctuary Cities' Aren't Brave. They're Obstructing Law Enforcement. – Ken BlackwellWhen We Choose Love Over Fear, God Stretches Our Hearts – Dan HartTrump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions is bringing the hammer down on leaks – Ken BlackwellThe Decay of Liberty and the Rule of Law in 21st Century America – Peter JohnstonHuman Sexuality and the Goodness of Marriage – Clara Ramos and Shania BurchIran Heightens Its Crackdown On Christians – Dan HartAttention Millennials: True Religious Freedom May Make You Feel Uncomfortable – Mary Beasley Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareReligious Liberty Protection Kit for Students and Teachers – First LibertyCake Wars And The Coming Conflict Over Religious Liberty – Nathanael Blake, The FederalistThe Threat of Free Speech in the University – Roger Scruton, Ethics & Public Policy CenterChristian wins the right to refuse to photograph homosexual ‘weddings’ – Peter LaBarbera, LifeSiteNewsThe Continuing Threat to Religious Liberty – Ryan T. Anderson, National ReviewGoogling Moral Purity – R.R. Reno, First ThingsNo One Expects The Google Inquisition, But It’s Coming – Robert Tracinski, The FederalistPrayer Walks draw protest in Mississippi school district – Ron Maxey, USA TodayWyoming Judge Appeals To Nation’s Highest Court After Losing Job For Being A Christian – Jonathan Lange, The FederalistInternational Religious FreedomPray for the persecuted church in Sudan and South Sudan – Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionIran Punishes Religious Minorities with Lengthier Sentences – Elisabeth Doherty, 21st Century Wilberforce InitiativeSaving Christians From Genocide – William Doino Jr., First ThingsChristian Persecution in India Hits Record High in First Half of 2017 – Anugrah Kumar, The Christian PostLiu Xiaobo’s Stern Warning – Jianli Yang, National Review LifeAbortionAmerican Abortion, American Freedom – Miles Smith, Public DiscourseMore than half of women getting abortions also use contraception – Emma Court, New York PostWhy Life Is Winning – Jeanne Mancini, Heritage FoundationPro-Life Laws Do Not Lead to Poor Public Health – Michael J. New, National ReviewGoogle And Facebook Co-Sponsoring Protest Of Pro-Life Women’s Health Care Clinic – Peter Hasson, The Daily Caller"What kind of society do you want to live in?": Inside the country where Down syndrome is disappearing – Julian Quinones and Arijeta Lajka, CBS NewsAdoptionThe Changing Face of Adoption in the United States – Nicholas Zill, Family StudiesThe other Russia story we need to talk about is adoption – Mary Vought, USA TodayMom Walks in Door with Adopted Baby in Arms. Moment Daughters See Her, They’re Brought to Tears – Carolyn Marie, LiftableBioethicsHospital tries to force baby off life support, parents won’t give up fight – Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNewsEuthanasia Used for 4.5 Percent of Deaths in the Netherlands – Maria Cheng, APStop Assisted-Suicide Opioid Abuse – Wesley J. Smith, First ThingsA Tale of Two Sams: You Should Not Actively Euthanize Your Baby – Aaron D. Cobb, Public DiscourseExplainer: American scientists “edit” human embryos – Joe Carter, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionPlease don’t edit me out – Rebecca Cokley, The Washington PostFDA warns doctor not to promote ‘three-parent’ fertilization procedure – Lianne Laurence, LifeSiteNewsObamacareHow Obamacare Is Eroding Private Insurance – Jarrett Stepman, The Daily SignalThousands Visit Free Clinics In Barns And Fields: ‘We’re The Middle Class, And We’re Here‘ – Chris Togneri, The FederalistThis is How You Make Health Care Affordable – Jay Bowen, The StreamHere Are 7 Implications of Ending Obamacare’s Cost-Sharing Reduction Payments – Edmund Haislmaier, The Daily Signal FamilyEconomics/EducationWhen It Comes to Helping People, Facts Don’t Care About Your Intentions – Jacob Roth, The Daily SignalHow Should American Christians Help the Poor at Home? – Rob Schwarzwalder, The Stream4 Reasons To Pick A College That Doesn’t Want To Destroy Your Principles – Chandler Lasch, The FederalistWhy Men Are the New College Minority – Jon Marcus, The AtlanticPlay Hard. Work Maybe? – Melissa Langsam Braunstein, Family StudiesMarriageHalf of those thinking of divorce reconsider a year later – CBC NewsAmerica Abandons Marriage at Its Own Peril – Jerry Newcombe, The Christian PostParenting Is Not a “Job,” and Marriage Is Not “Work” – Jonathan Malesic, New RepublicThis incredible medical breakthrough could save the lives of millions of preborn babies – Cassy Fiano, Live ActionFaith/Character/CultureReligion and Politics at the Dinner Table: Challenging the Old Maxim – Christopher W. Love, Public DiscourseServing God and a woman in need at the Walmart – Patty Knap, AleteiaHave Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? – Jean M. Twenge, The AtlanticI Don’t Understand Christians Watching Game of Thrones – Kevin DeYoung, The Gospel CoalitionDoes Conscience Point Towards the Existence of God? – Matt Nelson, Word On FireGuys Need Bros – Bryan Stoudt, Desiring GodWhat Having a Ton of Kids Has Taught Me – Jared Zimmerer, Word On FireOn Fields of Praise – Robert Royal, The Catholic ThingThe Great Wall of Cotton: Why We Hit Snooze on God – Greg Morse, Desiring GodDon’t Let Politics Turn America Into Another Charlottesville – David Harsanyi, The FederalistHuman SexualityStudy finds more Americans are approving of polygamy – Catholic News AgencyTalking about sex with your kids: 5 things I’m learning – John Powell, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionExamining the History of Sexual Exploitation and the Fight to Eradicate It – Madeleine Ayers, National Center on Sexual Exploitation‘Gender Expert’: Boy Won’t Play With Trucks. Let’s Make Him A Girl. – Hank Berrien, The Daily WireThis debate is about gender dysphoria, not transgender military service – Jamie Shupe, MercatorNetWhy Are Lesbian Teens Having Two To Seven Times As Many Babies As Their Heterosexual Peers? – Glenn T. Stanton, The FederalistHuman TraffickingSenators: Alter Internet laws to hold Backpage liable for sex trafficking – Aamer Madhani, USA TodayAt Las Vegas’s Mayweather-McGregor Fight, Human Trafficking May Happen Right In Front Of You – Vinciane Ngomsi, The FederalistPornographyWhy Both Sides of the Aisle Can Agree that Pornography is a Public Health Crisis – Dawn Hawkins, Huffington Post
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