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Dear Friends,I recently came across a beautiful true-life story about a man who has saved hundreds of lives from suicide. Nicknamed the “Angel of The Gap,” Don Ritchie was a former Navy seaman in Australia who moved into a seaside house with his wife in 1964 that was situated just 50 yards away from a cliff overlooking the ocean in Watsons Bay, a suburb of Sydney known as The Gap. Through his living room window, he would often spot lost souls who were obviously there for no other reason than to attempt a jump that would end their lives. As soon as he spotted someone who was acting suspiciously, Don would immediately walk outside and calmly approach them, asking “Is there something I could do to help you?” He would invite them to his house for tea, and more often than not, they would accept his invitation.In the 45 years that Don lived in Watsons Bay, he was credited with saving at least 160 lives by government officials, but his family has said that the actual number is probably closer to 500. A year before his death in 2012 at 86, he said this in an interview: “I’m 85, and even at my age, it has broadened my horizons with all the wonderful people I have met. It’s important for troubled people to know that there are complete strangers out there like myself who are willing and able to help them get through that dark time and come out on the other side.”This inspiring story is an important reminder for us Christians to always be ready to give an account for the hope that is in us (1 Peter 3:15), especially when we encounter someone who is clearly in need of help, whether it be a friend or a perfect stranger. As the “Angel of The Gap” demonstrated, we must never be afraid to reach out. God most often shares Himself through the witness of His instruments (us), and in so doing, He not only changes those that we touch, but changes us as well.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 ArticlesReligious Freedom and National Security – Travis WeberSummary of Trump Administration Policy on Transgender Military Service – Peter SpriggWhat Mike Pompeo understands about religion and national security – Travis WeberMike Pompeo, religious freedom and a safer world -- how are these three things connected? – Tony PerkinsStudents Partake in National Walkout for the Unborn – Patrina MosleyDems in a panic as a major Planned Parenthood funding source is at risk – Kelly MarcumMike Pompeo Has the Correct Perspective on Human Rights – Travis WeberCardi B Chooses Life – Patrina MosleyFRC Resources to Combat the Extreme Sex Ed Agenda in SchoolsFor the Sake of Our Security at Home, We Must Focus on Religious Freedom Abroad – Travis Weber Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareSen. Cory Booker Violating Constitution: Voting Against Pompeo for Religious Beliefs – Ken Klukowski, BreitbartFreedom of Speech Is the Antidote to Division – Buzz Brockway, The Daily SignalEx-NFL Cheerleader Says She Faced Discrimination for Christian Faith – ToddStarnes.comInternational Religious FreedomChina Bans Online Bible Sales as It Tightens Religious Controls – Ian Johnson, The New York TimesPastor Andrew Brunson trial begins with US religious freedom envoy Sam Brownback in court – Harry Farley, Christian TodayWhy the US Must Befriend Hungary’s Populist Leader – Mike Gonzalez, The Daily SignalAn Iranian Refugee’s Terrible Journey to God – Annahita Parsan, Christianity TodayVietnamese court jails Catholic activist for subversion – CruxChina Campaign Against Church Crosses Intensifies, Conditions 'Deteriorating' as Christians Cry Out – Stoyan Zaimov, The Christian PostJailed Chinese Pastor’s US Family Seeks Mercy – CBN NewsMilitary Religious FreedomAdvocacy Group Wants Bible Removed from POW/MIA Display – Matthew Burke, Military.com LifeAbortionMissouri House passes 20-week abortion ban – Morgan Gstalter, The Hill350 Student Groups Will Join Pro-Life Walkout to Protest Abortion – Katie Yoder, LifeNewsTennessee moves to defund Planned Parenthood, cut all state funding – Cassy Fiano, Live ActionApplying Lincoln’s Logic to the Abortion Debate – Aaron Brake, The StreamInterview with David Quinn on Ireland’s Upcoming Abortion Referendum – Susan Yoshihara, C-FamThe Future of the Pro-Life Movement Is in Africa – Stefano Gennarini, Public DiscourseGrateful women leave pregnancy resource centers positive reviews online – Sarah Terzo, Live ActionAdoptionAdoption and The Firing of Kevin Williamson – Dale M. Coulter, First ThingsTwo Indiana moms just chose life, thanks to safe haven baby boxes – Live ActionBioethicsVigils continue for Alfie Evans despite hospital complaint – Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSiteNewsSurrogacy: No Laughing Matter – Jennifer Lahl, Public DiscourseThe Physician-Assisted Suicide Movement Is Gaining Ground in Two Major Ways – Gerard T. Mundy, Public Discourse FamilyMarriagePlease Don’t Hide Your Happy Marriage – Alysse ElHage, Family StudiesGet Thee a Flawed Wife – Lore Ferguson Wilbert, Christianity Today‘We Love Each Other So Much, We’re Getting Divorced’ – Jennifer Hartline, The StreamThe Effects of Marriage Begin Before Marriage – Scott Stanley, Family StudiesThe Social Assistance of Marriage – ConviviumEconomics/EducationBetsy DeVos Says Federal Government Has Failed to Improve Education – Rob Bluey, The Daily SignalFaith/Character/CultureWatch Your Words – Justin Coulson, Family StudiesHow the church can respond to a post-Christian culture – Matt Chandler, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionJordan Peterson on Adam and Eve – Christopher Kaczor, Public Discourse7 Things All Great Friends Do – Jasmine McCain, RelevantChildren Need a Crisis of Faith – Jon Bloom, Desiring GodMorrissey’s Defense Of Free Speech Underlines What Both Right And Left Get Wrong – David Marcus, The FederalistThe share of American young adults living with their parents is the highest in 75 years – QuartzThe Beauty of Submission – Amy K. Hall, The StreamHuman SexualityGender Dysphoria and Children: An Endocrinologist's Evaluation of I am Jazz – Michael K. Laidlaw, Public DiscourseAlaskans reject transgender 'bathroom bill' – Emily Shugerman, IndependentParent Kicked Out Of Sex Ed Class Because Planned Parenthood Doesn’t Want Them To Know What They’re Teaching – Grace Carr, The Daily CallerHow To Respond With Reason And Compassion To Transgender Bullies – Nathanael Blake, The FederalistCan Sex Be Casual? Searching for Connection on Campus – Brittany Basile, Public DiscourseWhy We Must Stop the Gov't From Outlawing the Ex-Gay Movement – The Christian PostThe Sex Education We Need – Abigail Rine Favale, First ThingsHuman TraffickingDOJ Seizes Backpage.com Weeks After Congress Passes Sex Trafficking Law – Larry Magid, Forbes5 Facts about the ‘Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act’ – Joe Carter, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionGood News for Christians Battling US Sex Trafficking – Christianity TodayVictory: Amazon Halts Sale of Child Sex Dolls – Dawn Hawkins, National Center on Sexual ExploitationPornographyDigital Fingerprints: How Your Porn May Be Tracking And Watching You – Fight the New Drug
Dear Friends,When I was attending mass a number of years ago, the priest said something that I’ll never forget. He thanked God for giving us “the consolation of the truth.”Since then, I have thought often about how knowing the Truth and believing in it has indeed been a tremendous consolation to me. I’m the kind of person who inclines toward a more melancholic view of the world, and I find that I have a tendency to easily get discouraged about life. This is why I am especially grateful for my faith. When I find myself getting a little down, I know exactly what I need to do: to turn to the Lord, thank him for all he has done for me, and ask for his help. This simple act gives me tremendous peace of mind—I know that I’m not the one in control of anything. God alone holds all of our lives in the palm of his hand.Knowing the peace that my faith has brought to my life, it’s greatly saddening to know that there are so many in our culture who don’t have any belief in the eternal to fall back on, which according to Pew, is now at roughly 23 percent of the country. Even though there are so many who are not believers, one thing I do know is that we all long for the eternal. In the words of Bishop Barron: “No matter how much we know, we want to know more; No matter how much we love, we want greater love; No matter how much beauty we attain, we sense that there is a perfect beauty that we haven’t seen.”In this Easter season of the Lord’s defeat of death, let us proclaim what we know to be true: that the longing we all have for our lives to be perfect is not mere silly sentimentality. This longing was built into us by our Creator—it reflects the fact that we are longing for unification with he who is Perfect. It is only in surrendering our lives to this Perfect Truth that we find true happiness and true consolation.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 ArticlesBolton could be the first national security chief to prioritize religious freedom – Ken Blackwell and Frank WolfCitizenship Matters – Ken BlackwellSupreme Court should spare pro-lifers from compelled pro-abortion speech – Cathy Ruse and Patrina MosleyDems refuse to recognize Trump's first-rate federal court picks – Ken BlackwellAs Science Advances, the Pro-Life Movement Grows – Patrina MosleyBen Shapiro: America Must Have a Shared Duty to God to Survive – Dan HartDrug Addicts Need Treatment and Tough Love, Not Facilitation of Their Habit – David KraydenHow to Find Healing When Your Spouse is an Addict – Caleb AndersonAttacks on Counseling Threaten Pastors and Churches – Travis WeberDoes Down Syndrome Keep the “Good Life” Out of Reach? – Patrina MosleyOf Guns and Prodigal Fathers – Peter Sprigg Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareUniversity Reverses Ban on Conservative Student Who Said There Are Only 2 Genders – Samuel Smith, The Christian PostArchdiocese appeal over Christmas ads on Metrobuses back in federal court – Chantalle Edmunds, WTOPGoogle defeats lawsuit claiming YouTube censors conservatives – Jonathan Stempel, ReutersGoogle snubbed Easter with no doodle for 18th year in a row, Christians say – Frank Miles, Fox NewsInternational Religious Freedom'Jesus is Building His Church' Inside Iran, Millions Watching Christian Satellite TV – George Thomas, CBNNigerian Christians call for abducted schoolgirl’s freedom – Onize Ohikere, WORLDAmerica shouldn't send endangered religious minority refugees back to Iran – Nina Shea, Fox NewsAfter the fall: the church in Vietnam – June Cheng, WORLDAmbassador Brownback: World faces a 'critical moment' for religious minorities – Courtney Grogan, CNACourt: Pakistani Christians Must Reveal Religion to Vote or Apply for Jobs – Christianity TodayYoung Mom Clings to Christ as Tolerance Shifts in India – Brian Orme, The Gospel CoalitionXi Jinping’s Village – Dan Hitchens, First ThingsReligious Totalitarianism, Secular Totalitarianism, and Other Threats to International Religious Freedom – Daniel Mark, Public DiscourseChina makes ‘major change’ in religious freedom oversight – Mindy Belz, WORLDMilitary Religious FreedomExonerated! Air Force Restores Career of Colonel Punished for Religious Beliefs – ToddStarnes.comAir Force veteran sues after being pulled from ceremony mid-speech – Cristina Corbin and Perry Chiaramonte, Fox News LifeAbortionAn Open Letter to Pro-Life Sidewalk Witnesses – Constance J. Thatcher, First ThingsMississippi enacts strongest pro-life law in the country – Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNewsFamily welcomes sextuplets after refusing selective reduction abortion – Nancy Flanders, Live ActionForcing Pro-Life Pregnancy Care Centers to Advertise for Abortion is Unjust and Unconstitutional – Andrew T. Walker, Public DiscourseVideo: How can parents instill a pro-life ethic in their children? – Rachel Metzger, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionPlanned Parenthood showed this photo in court…and promptly lost lawsuit against pro-life group – Jay Hobbs, LifeSiteNewsWashington Gov. signs law forcing insurers to cover abortion, contraception – Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNewsPlanned Parenthood: Force Christian Doctors and Nurses to Perform Abortions – Micaiah Bilger, LifeNewsObama HHS Abortion Mandate Suffers Massive Defeat, Can’t Force Catholic Employers to Fund Abortions – Steven Ertelt, LifeNewsAdoptionThe beauty of open adoption: Birth mother wipes tears of son’s adoptive mother – Nancy Flanders, Live ActionBucking Trump Deregulation Agenda, State Department Chokes International Adoption – Jayme Metzgar, The FederalistCatholic Social Services Refuses to Change LGBT Adoption Policy After Philadelphia Halts Program – Stoyan Zaimov, The Christian PostFamily Finds, Adopts Abandoned Baby Just Three Weeks After International Move – Kara Bettis, FaithwireIn the War Against Faith-Based Adoption Agencies, Children Lose – Autumn Leva, The Daily SignalBioethicsReport reveals Oregon assisted suicide law crafted with deadly loophole – Anna Reynolds, Live ActionEuthanasia Aloha: Death Laws Come to Hawaii – John Zmirak, The StreamObamacareAbortion Over ObamaCare – Wall Street Journal FamilyEconomics/EducationAmerica’s Quiet Carnage – Nathan Nielson, First ThingsA Tragic Abandonment of Identity: The Secularization of America's Religious Colleges and Universities – Arthur Goldberg, Public DiscourseMarriage7 Things the Easter Story Teaches Us About Marriage – Lisa Lakey, Family Life6 Tools for Healthy Communication in Marriage – Mike Bechtle, Focus on the FamilyResilient Commitment: Overcoming the Intergenerational Effects of Parental Divorce – D. Scott Sibley, Family StudiesDoes Faith Reduce Divorce Risk? – Glenn Stanton, Public DiscourseWhy you need to hug your kids … even when they try to squirm away – Calah Alexander, AleteiaFor Black Boys, Family Structure Still Matters – W. Bradford Wilcox, Family StudiesNo Ring, No Baby: How Marriage Trends Impact Fertility – Lyman Stone, Family StudiesA Good Marriage May Help Keep You Thin, Study Says – Jamie Ducharme, TimeFaith/Character/CultureWe are failures, mired in mediocrity. Then comes Easter – Tom Hoopes, AleteiaWhat’s Happening to Men is Alarming for Everyone – Jennifer Hartline, The StreamReports Of Christianity’s Death In Europe Have Been Greatly Exaggerated – John D. Martin, The FederalistIt All Comes Back to God – Alan Shlemon, The StreamThe Deficits of the iPhone Generation – Christopher O. Tollefsen, Public DiscourseThe Left’s Doomed Crusade to Erase Gender Differences – Ben Shapiro, National ReviewHuman SexualityShould Those Seeking Freedom From Unwanted Sexual Attractions Be Denied Therapy? – Judy Roberts, National Catholic RegisterParents Barred From Questioning 'Gender Identity' Changes at Virginia School District Meeting – Samuel Smith, The Christian PostWalmart removes Cosmopolitan magazine from checkout aisles – Fox BusinessHuman TraffickingPower of FOSTA-SESTA Felt within 48 Hours of Senate Passage: Websites Move Swiftly to Shutter Prostitution Ads – Lisa L. Thompson, National Center on Sexual ExploitationThe Fight to Stop Child Sex Trafficking Far From Over – Jeff Brodsky, The Christian PostPornographyFortify: The New Online Platform That’s Changing Recovery – Fight the New DrugResources to Help You Fight Pornography Addiction – Doug Burford, Focus on the FamilyThere is Nothing ‘Adult’ About Pornography – Rob Schwarzwalder, The Stream
It was a stormy night in Birmingham, England, and Hudson Taylor was to speak at a meeting at the Severn Street schoolroom. His hostess assured him that nobody would attend on such a stormy night, but Taylor insisted on going. "I must go even if there is no one but the doorkeeper." Less than a dozen people ...The post Are you shining? appeared first on Worthy Christian Devotional - Daily Devotions.
Some of the largest cities in America are beginning a potentially fatal attraction to supervised injection sites for drug addicts. These facilities allow addicts to consume heroin and other drugs—legally, without the inconvenience of federal, state, or municipal laws to hamper their habit. Proponents argue that the sterile environment and presence of medical professionals offers a relatively safe drug-taking experience.San Francisco became the first city in America to announce plans to open an injection site later this year, with Philadelphia promising to be the second and Seattle not far behind. New York City has been deliberating over the possibility for almost a year but a decision in favor is highly anticipated, perhaps before the long Easter weekend.Supervised injection sites are wrong on both moral and practical grounds. These sites may be supervised, but they are certainly not “safe,” as they are described by many social justice advocates, health care professionals, and drug addicts. They do represent a tragically bizarre way of thinking that passes itself off as harm reduction—currently in style with some liberals who believe it is somehow cruel to insist addicts seek treatment or that there is really some way to make the ingestion of a potentially lethal substance like heroin safer.Just as drugs like heroin and its many opioid derivatives are epidemic in America, supervised injection sites are becoming an epidemic in Canada, where the first such facility opened in Vancouver in 2005. Since then, two more have opened in the city, while Toronto and Montreal have also opened such facilities. The result, as to be expected, has not been a reduction in drug use or a decrease in heroin overdoses but quite the reverse. In 2017, a record 335 people died of opioid-related overdoses in Vancouver, a 43 percent increase from the year before. That all-time high was matched by a provincial level that soared to 1,420 drug deaths in 2017.Are these figures and is this striking failure prompting the liberal leadership in Canada to question their drug strategy? Yes, but not as you might think. Vancouver is now contemplating decriminalizing all illegal drugs because, inexplicably, this will somehow engender a “safer” drug climate. As evidence and common sense indicate, however, making illegal drugs easier to access and use will most likely lead to a proliferation of drug use and drug deaths. That is precisely what has happened, but liberal health care professionals still don’t get it.Just as we ask why high schools have become shooting galleries in 2018 when the same Second Amendment rights existed in 1958 without similar tragic results, we have to wonder what moral rot has promulgated a drug-addicted America and Canada. As Christians, it is clear to see that the virtual eradication of God from public life and the exile of the Bible from public institutions has created a spiritual emptiness in our society that many people choose to fill with drugs. We recently saw the passing of Billy Graham—perhaps the greatest voice of Christianity of the last century. Having grown up watching Graham preach the simple message of the Bible in so many crusades around the world, I have been listening to a personal retrospective of his messages over the years that is available on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association website. It is both intriguing and just a little bit frightening to listen to Graham confront the moral lapses in America in the 1950s and 1960s—the problems we faced then seem quaint in comparison to now.What Graham always offered—no matter the decade in which he spoke and the America that he experienced—was God’s love. And that’s what Christians need to continue to provide to a drug-ravaged America and Canada. But love should never be confused with enabling an alcoholic to drink or a drug addict to use—at public expense. Safe injection sites are sham operations that perpetuate drug habits, exacerbate the drug epidemic, and contribute to the moral collapse of society. Addicts need treatment, not “safe” places to use. They need Christ, not easier access to the poison that is killing them. The hard truth that liberal leaders of license must face is that supervised injection sites are killing centers and, after all is said and done, ineffective in curbing drug use or rebuilding lives.David Krayden (@DavidKrayden) is the Ottawa Bureau Chief for The Daily Caller. He is a former Air Force public affairs officer and communications specialist for the Canadian Parliament.
Dear Friends,A man who lives alone and completely off the grid in the British Columbian woods is the subject of a short documentary I happened upon recently. Dag Aabye is 76 years old and spends his days clearing and building trails to run on so that he can train for 80-mile ultramarathon races. “I’m perfectly imperfect,” he says. “If you’re perfectly imperfect, you always have to work on yourself … tomorrow, I want to be a better person than today.” These are sage words for us all. But then Aabye says something interesting: “And if you work on yourself, you don’t have time to talk about other people or worry about other people … I don’t try to understand people. They do their thing, and I leave them alone. The only person you want to understand, really, is yourself.”In our modern lives that seem built around being “plugged in” —to the internet, our phones, TV, etc. —it can sometimes be tempting to make a radical break from “the rat race” and “break free” so that we can live a life like Aabye’s, one of complete separation from worldly concerns so that we can constantly search for ultimate meaning in which we only have ourselves to worry about. There are indeed important lessons to be learned from a life like Aabye’s—instead of gossiping about others, improve yourself; instead of wasting time surfing Facebook or cable TV, live with purpose and creativity to accomplish meaningful goals.But underneath the surface of words like “I don’t try to understand people” and “They do their thing, and I leave them alone” is a sense of loss. In a way, it’s an admission of defeat, of not attempting the difficult task of empathy and sacrifice for our fellow man. Ultimately, it’s an indirect dismissal of the greatest act of love we can ever perform in life: to lay down our lives for another (John 15:13). As tempting as it is to think of a life like Dag Aabye’s as one of ultimate “freedom,” Christ showed us that true freedom lies in self-sacrifice for the other. As Nathanael Blake has written recently, even something as seemingly ordinary as a man and a woman staying true to their marriage vows “is an act of defiance against all of the difficulties of life, from the catastrophic to the mundane. In marriage, men and women promise themselves to one another, and tell fate to go to hell. The traditional promises that solemnize a marriage are some of the greatest assertions of human agency, and therefore of human dignity, possible. Our freedom is not realized in the possibility that we might do anything, but in doing what we have said we will do.”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 ArticlesWhat an Idaho Federal Judge Should Have Said About Transgender Birth Certificates – Peter SpriggSixth Circuit Shows Why SOGIs Are a Threat to Religious Freedom – Travis WeberWomen Speak: A Panel Discussion on Real Issues that Women Face TodayShe Persisted: Star Parker’s Mission to End AbortionGentle Strength: Why I’m Not a Feminist – Cassidy RichRemarks by Tony Perkins at the 2018 NRB Convention Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareChristian Bakers Appeal Fine for Refusing to Make Cake for Same-Sex Wedding – Anugrah Kumar, The Christian PostFourth Circuit Denies En Banc Rehearing in Bladensburg Veterans Memorial Case – First LibertyReport: Southern Poverty Law Center ignores anti-Semitic hate crimes on campus – Caleb Parke, Fox NewsCondo Bans Senior Citizen’s Bible Study, Christian Music – ToddStarnes.comChristian group sues Michigan university after it is kicked off campus – Caleb Parke, Fox NewsSchool District Bans Baptist Chaplain From Praying with Football Team – ToddStarnes.comCollege student kicked out of class for telling professor there are only two genders – Rick Lessard, Fox6161% of College Students Says Campus Climate Deters Conservative Speech – Tom Ciccotta, BreitbartPa. County Continues Fight Against Atheists' Lawsuit Demanding Cross Be Removed From Seal – Michael Gryboski, The Christian PostInternational Religious FreedomMike Pompeo's Nomination is 'Very Positive for the Cause of International Religious Freedom' – George Thomas, CBN NewsRemains of 40 Iraqi Christians With Their Crosses Found in Mass Grave – Anugrah Kumar, The Christian PostChristian Parents Praying for Son on Death Row in Pakistan for 'Blasphemy' – Stoyan Zaimov, The Christian PostMilitary Religious FreedomShould a 'secular humanist' serve as Navy chaplain? Absolutely not – Sen. Roger Wicker, Fox News LifeAbortionDiscriminating against people like my son, with Down syndrome, must end – Cassy Fiano, Live ActionAbortion Clinics Have Lost 3 Million Customers to This Pro-Life Helpline – Jay Hobbs, LifeNewsTo Call Abortion ‘Health Care’ Defies Logic – Bishop Daniel E. Thomas, National Catholic RegisterA Miracle Story: Baby Saved After Mother Had Already Started Abortion – Hank Berrien, The Daily WireAbortion worker pressured by other workers to abort her wanted baby – Sarah Terzo, Live ActionMichigan pro-lifers now saving babies from within a former Planned Parenthood – Katie Franklin, LifeSiteNewsKentucky House OKs bill to ban abortion procedure after 11 weeks – Bruce Schreiner, Associated PressHuman Rights Groups Thank U.S. for Rolling Back Abortion in Impending Report – Austin Ruse, C-FamWhy Is the Abortion Industry Run by Women? – Rebekah Merkle, Desiring GodAdoptionVideo: Family Adopts an Abandoned Newborn Baby – Sarah Zagorski, LifeNewsA 'perfect' ending for four Kansas siblings seeking adoption brings judge to tears – Rick Montgomery, Chicago TribuneBioethicsThe real Down syndrome problem: Accepting genocide – George F. Will, The Washington PostEuthanasia is Now Being Performed ... on Prisoners – Michael Cook, Intellectual TakeoutAppeals court: Hospital can yank baby Alfie Evans’ life support against parents’ wishes – Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNewsVSED: A New Form of Assisted Suicide – Richard Becker, CrisisNetherlands Euthanized 252 Mentally Ill People in 2017 – Alex Schadenberg, LifeNewsBasic Bioethics: What Christians should know about abortifacients – Joe Carter, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission FamilyEconomics/EducationTax Cuts Already Have America’s Small Businesses Moving Again – Chris Stansbury, The Daily SignalSaving men in the heartland: The case for place-based employment policies – The Brookings InstitutionMarriageThe Romance of Ordinary Marriage – Nathanael Blake, Public DiscourseDon’t Miss the Joy of Family Life – Justin Coulson, Family Studies7 Questions Every Husband Should Be Asking Himself – Christopher Greco, RelevantGod, Why Won’t You Fulfill Our Desire for Children? – Michael McAfee, The Gospel CoalitionHow to Increase Participation in Marriage and Relationship Education – Stephen F. Duncan, Family StudiesFaith/Character/Culture3 Things A Father Must Teach His Son So That His Son Doesn't End Up Dead Or In Prison – Matt Walsh, The Daily WireYou Must Fight Hard for Peace – Jon Bloom, Desiring GodWhat Your Kids Need from You – J. D. Greear, The Gospel CoalitionWhat Jordan Peterson Has to Say About Motherhood Might Surprise You – Ashley McGuire, Family Studies9 ways to establish sexual norms for your children before the world does – J.D. Thorne, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionThe Lost Art of Intentionality – Tod Worner, Word On FireThe Christian’s Hammer – Rob Schwarzwalder, The StreamHuman SexualityGuttmacher Report Misleads on Abstinence-Only Education – Michael J. New, National ReviewSex Change: Physically Impossible, Psychosocially Unhelpful, and Philosophically Misguided – Ryan T. Anderson, Public DiscourseBisexual Confessions, Ex-Gay Testimonies Receive Scorn – Dan Delzell, The Christian PostWhy He Doesn’t Call Himself Gay – Rachel Gilson, The Gospel CoalitionHistoric Stand? Kansas GOP Affirms 'God's Design for Gender' – Heather Sells, CBN NewsNew Resource Lovingly Presents the Truth About Homosexuality – Kathy Schiffer, National Catholic RegisterHuman TraffickingSurvivors of Human Trafficking, in Their Own Words – Rebecca J. Rosen, The AtlanticThe House acts to fight against sex trafficking – Josh Wester, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionDoes #MeToo Have the Power to Bring Down Corporatized Sex Trafficking? – Lisa L. Thompson, National Center On Sexual ExploitationPornographyWhat to do when you can’t “unsee” pornography – Kathleen N. Hattrup, AleteiaRestricting Online Porn Is Focus of Rhode Island Bill – National Catholic Register10 Things To Avoid Saying To Someone Struggling To Give Up Porn – Fight the New Drug
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