Where Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign falls short.
Feminists say Bachmann and other conservative women can't join their club. I say the club needs some new ground rules.
Just because such novels are about escape doesn't mean they are destructive.
What I'll tell my 6-year-old daughter about marriage as we watch the festivities together.
Joel Northrup cited his Christian faith for refusing to wrestle Cassy Herkelman in last week's Iowa state championship. I say his Christian faith should have taken him to the mat.
A review of Glenn Stanton's 'Secure Daughters, Confident Sons: How Parents Guide Their Children into Authentic Masculinity and Femininity'.
When it comes to how-to books for pedophiles, defending the defenseless is more important than defending free speech.
The holiday, one of my favorites, reminds me why I became a Christian in the first place.
Some Muslim American women say wearing the burqa keeps others from objectifying them. But must women hide their bodies to be taken seriously?
Sometimes the most meaningful moments get lost in the busyness of life.
When churches confuse the two, women can end up serving false (and unbiblical) expectations.
Women like Kristie Moore show that parenting well and taking healthy risks are not mutually exclusive—especially when taking risks means obeying God.
Reconsidering the controversial form of discipline in light of a new study—and timeless Scripture.
God doesn't call us to be happy.