So the government wants our daughters to have access to the morning-after pill. The question is, what are we going to do about it?
Last week, the president threw America's parents and their daughters under a bus. And I'm hopping mad about it — and not just because I have a young daughter of my own.
Jesus came into my life to stay 25 years ago. It's a good fish story, and I'd like to share it with you.
Don't miss the opportunity this Father's Day to tell your father how much you love him and appreciate him. Or, if he's gone, as my father is, at least give a prayer of thanks to God that you had the dad you did.
The evidence is mounting that the religious freedoms we've long enjoyed are now at stake. It's time to take this seriously.
The fight for life is more than just political. In so many ways, it's decided in the cultural imagination.
Can you truly love the sinner if you ignore the sin? It's an old question, but in today's culture it's more important than ever that we get the right answer.
Today, pastors are being told to butt out of public life and keep religion in the church. That's been tried before!
Cultural views on homosexuality are changing so rapidly, it's hard to keep track of what is or isn't homophobic anymore.
In a culture where the arts are struggling to rise above the silly and the profane, the church has an incredible opportunity. Are we taking advantage of it?
Summer's coming, and you may have a little more free time on your hands. So why not pick up a good book?
There's a diabolical reason hidden in plain sight behind the horrific news we digest every day.
One man raised by a same-sex couple is speaking out against gay "marriage."
A new breakthrough in embryonic stem cell research? I don't think so. Just more of the same old story.
Have you ever noticed that some folks start going back to church after the birth of their first child?
How is it that secularism has triumphed in the West? An important new book provides a surprising explanation.
Can a narcissistic generation rise to the challenges that face our society?
Especially these days, when Memorial Day seems nothing more than a time for cookouts and swim parties, we cannot be reminded often enough about how great a debt we owe our war dead.
Many Christians embrace birth control as a public and private good. Many others don't. It's worth the discussion.
An important new article explains exactly why a culture without restraints is no culture at all.