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My Toddler Survived Brain Cancer—Here’s What I Learned
7 things you should know, from a mom who’s been there
Subscriber Access Only Your Kids Don’t Need a Megachurch
What children learn about community without the bells and whistles
Subscriber Access Only One Step Away from the Dumpster
Matthew Desmond takes an inside look at the inner-city nightmare of eviction.
Raising Ramona in 21st-Century Portland
What Beverly Cleary taught me about childhood worries.
When I Didn’t Love My Adopted Child
After welcoming our new daughter, I saw my sin more clearly than ever before.
Subscriber Access Only Christian Parents: Your Children Need More Than a Bomb Shelter
An excerpt from 'You Are What You Love.'
Andy Stanley Explains His ‘Stinking Selfish’ Parents Comment
‘As much as I wish folks would listen to the entire message, it really doesn’t diminish the absurdity of what I said.’
Parenting in a New Day of Presidential Politics
Amy Whitfield notes how politics has changed in the last two decades
I Love My Kids—That’s Why I Tell Them ‘No’
The blogger behind 'We Are THAT Family' shares her advice on combating entitlement.
Q+A: The Story Behind the Jesus Storybook Bible
Sally Lloyd-Jones wrote a kids Bible so popular that they’re releasing an adult version.
Why I Gave in to Barbie, Even Before Her Size Change
Barbie teaches my girls to play. I’ll let other examples teach them about being a woman.
God Made All of Me: An Interview With Justin and Lindsey Holcomb
I recently talked to Justin and Lindsey Holcomb about their new book which attempts to protect children.
The Importance of Gospel-Centered Teaching in Children's Ministry
Children's ministry leaders weigh in on why it is important that they teach children in a gospel-centered way.
Testimony: When God Writes Your Life Story
Even while I was raised far from Christian faith, God revealed himself through classic children's books.
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Subscriber Access Only A Message for China's Policy-Makers: Love Doesn't Stop at Two
Why its two-child policy is barely better than its one-child policy.
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Can People of Color Really Make Themselves at Home?
Can People of Color Really Make Themselves at Home?
There's a big difference between being a guest in a largely white organization and being able to "move the furniture."
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