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Why I Apologized to Planned Parenthood
My difficult unplanned pregnancy impelled me to show a little more grace.
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A Laughing Child in Exchange for Sin
What exactly does courage look like in an age of abortion?
Subscriber Access Only We Are Not Pregnant
The glory of men and women lies in their unbridgeable differences.
Subscriber Access Only Single Mothers, Second Chances
Robust support makes all the difference during an unplanned pregnancy.
The Secret to Having It All? Work from Home
Technology lets us blur the line between job and family.
Saying No to the Cutesy Baby Nursery
We made room for our newborn, just not a room of her own.
The Good Heart of the Adoption Movement
Kathryn Joyce's book, 'The Child Catchers,' misses out on how adoption benefits women.
When Christian Moms Get the Blues
On postpartum depression and the Proverbs 31 wife.
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Subscriber Access Only A Counter Trend—Sort Of
Large families are a small but growing minority.
Subscriber Access Only Jesus and the Unclean Woman
How a story in Mark's gospel sheds light on the problem of obstetric fistula.
Working Together… From Home
A message to Marissa Mayer: It's not where we work, but how we work that matters.
Even Economists Can't Tell Us What to Expect When We're Expecting
Emily Oster’s 'Expecting Better' is callous and trivial—if not overtly dangerous.
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How the Hamas-Israeli Conflict Looks to Gaza’s Christians
How the Hamas-Israeli Conflict Looks to Gaza’s Christians
Baptist pastor Hanna Massad speaks openly about what he sees happening as he helps to shelter Gaza’s Christians and others during the current conflict.
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