The Wise Leader: Navigating Ethical Storms
Former U.S. Attorney contributes to an ongoing series.
Feb 13, 2018. leadership, wisdom, ethics. |. David C. Iglesias. Image: paojus alquiza / Flickr. 0; tweet; share; email; print. Leadership is essential for success in life, church, ministry, and
How Cecile Richards Strengthened the Pro-Life Movement
Outgoing Planned Parenthood president leaves legacy on both side of the abortion debate.
biggest defender in the legislature and the courts,” National Right to Life Committee (NRLC trouble time and time again,” said Charles Camosy, Fordham University ethics professor and
God’s Message on ‘Ash Valentine’s Day’: True Love Dies
When the first day of Lent falls on a romantic holiday, love and death meet up.
The church is not a morbidity-obsessed death cult that wants to extinguish the warm glow of romantic love, but we reject the idea that what really makes a life complete is finding an
How Poetry Might Change the Pro-Life Debate
The moral imagination of literature speaks volumes.
Charles Camosy, an ethics professor at Fordham University, points out that despite the fact that 7 in 10 Americans would like abortion to be illegal after 12 weeks, the pro-life/pro-choice
Blessed Are the Unsatisfied
We often assume that loneliness and dissatisfaction are symptoms of spiritual failure. But what if they’re signs of healthy faith?
TV preachers like Kenneth Copeland tell us what we often want to hear: “God intends for you to be satisfied in every area of your life.” Christian teacher Joyce Meyer presents a similar
The Year Science Took Over the Pro-Life Movement
Even the technology touted at 2018’s March for Life can divide the cause when it comes to abortion policy.
Science came up repeatedly at the third annual Evangelicals for Life Conference, put on by the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission and Focus on
Why I’ve Spent Half My Life Helping North Korea
Despite political and military tensions in the region, the director of Christian Friends of Korea is committed to medical ministry.
Reporting | Church. Why I've Spent Half My Life Helping North Korea. But his life gives you an idea of the kind of people who are there—self-sacrificing, hardworking, and special people.
The 4 Great Challenges of Christian Counseling
Pastors must prepare to bear these burdens as they meet with parishioners.
“Counseling codes of ethics mandate self-report and other Over her 25 years of practice, Black has found that personal life balance is key to maintaining the energy to help others.
New HHS Division Defends Pro-Life Health Care Workers
Under Trump, federal policy keeps shifting away from abortion rights in favor of religious conscience protections.
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty to the new division, the Trump administration had appointed multiple pro-life advocates to
God Came to Me in My Cancer
At a time when I should have felt abandoned by God, I experienced what Augustine called “the sweetness.”
These letters sing with unspeakable love in the face of the Great Separation. Don't go, don't go, you anchor my life. I think the same thoughts again and again: Life is so beautiful.
In Defense of Pro-Life ‘Hypocrisy’
Analogies between abortion and other “life issues” are shakier than we sometimes suppose.
In Defense of Pro-Life 'Hypocrisy'. Analogies between abortion and other “life issues” are shakier than we sometimes suppose. Matt Reynolds| November 27, 2017. That's not pro-life.
From souls to stomachs, seminaries are looking to expand their reach.
notes that “food and drink are a blessed part of the holistic life.” A holistic life, he says in agriculture began after he discovered the writing of Wendell Berry in a Christian ethics course.
I Sent My Kids to a ‘Better School.’ But Was It the Right Choice?
As a parent, I feel caught between the needs of my children and the needs of my neighbors.
we took interest in new monasticism, the movement of Christians (Shane Claiborne, DL Mayfield, and others) who live in community to practice discipleship and share life with the poor.
We Lost Our Baby, but We Didn't Want to Lose Our Marriage
Men and women tend to grieve differently; understanding those differences helped us make it through.
Therapist and social worker Thomas Bekkers takes this point further, stating, “These conflicting gender messages can carry through one's entire life and may cause misunderstandings
A Professor’s Perspective
Why Christian colleges emphasize mentorship.
In my own life, the existence of great Christian thinkers has been an anchor, a is why many Christian colleges and universities require professors to live consistent with biblical ethics.
Minimalism Isn’t the Key to Christmas
We need more than anti-consumerism for a healthy Christian holiday.
Even if IKEA's findings (detailed in their annual Life at Home reports) primarily aim to sell us more furniture, lamps, and posters of Paris, they tell us something about the fundamental