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Subscriber Access Only A Gifting Child
Emily Colson says 'no one remains neutral' about her autistic son.
Death to the Perfect Christian Woman
Why author Amy Spiegel wants us to let go of perfection, whatever that is, in favor of Providence.
The Quest for a Bigger, Better, Cuter Pregnancy
In an age of gender reveal cakes and ultrasound parties, it's not enough to just be pregnant anymore.
Beef Stroganoff Isn't Rocket Science
The New York Times' controversial Yvonne Brill obit and the sacred call to remember.
A Labor of Love: The Birth Doula
Caring for new moms starts in the delivery room.
"I Want to Be Like Penny"
Being a Mom: Less Happy, More Joyful?
The Benefits of Having Other People Raise Your Kids
Why doing it all alone isn’t the best (or most biblical) parenting strategy.
Subscriber Access Only When My Son Was Arrested for Murder
Finding faith under unthinkable circumstances.
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Disorderly Disciplines
When I entered motherhood, my traditional spiritual life became impossible.
Subscriber Access Only White Flag in the Mommy Wars
The theology that many parents are missing.
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Hope for the 'Most Voiceless' on the Planet
A human rights lawyer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and two world-class surgeons are rallying evangelicals to defeat fistula.
Subscriber Access Only Mother's Day Worship?
Leaders weigh in on whether churches should celebrate Mother’s Day in worship services.
Subscriber Access Only Breast-feeding in the Back Pew
Why are we so uncomfortable when nursing mothers imitate God in church?
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St. Nick, Patron of Pawn Shops
The little-known history of Christianity’s icon of generosity.
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