Girls told to cover their "irresistible" bellies, boobs, and bodies.
Why Christians, of all people, must call a truce and support moms—no matter their parenting style.
T. J. Foltz says his clean-water nonprofit works because 84 percent of Americans shop at the superstore chain.
My "attachment parenting" is rooted less in outcome-based goals and more in God's example.
Cussing out the didgeridoo in front of 5 kids only illuminated a bigger problem.
Examining the case of Rosie, a golden retriever who sat beside a 15-year-old raped by her father.
Women's political gains will be a litmus test for fledgling governments in Egypt, Tunisia, and Bahrain, says Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow.
Is a parental-control device the best way to teach teens that sending sexually explicit texts is a bad idea?
Forget 'Slaughterhouse Five'—there's enough bloodshed in some of the best children's literature to raise my parenting fears.
Researchers re-vamp Maslow's famed hierarchy of needs, replacing "self-actualization" with something more self-giving.
Does this signal a bridge in the perennial gender pay gap?
The backlash to the video of 8-year-olds gyrating to Beyonce suggests there's still hope for our culture.
Does the fact that infants seem to have an innate morality suggest divine intervention?
How we might consider observing Lent after Easter.
A non-Luddite asks how media saturation shapes our minds and hearts.
The First Lady has been criticized for mentioning her daughters' weight to launch the 'Let's Move!' campaign.
The story of Miep Gies, the Christian Dutch woman who helped hide Anne Frank and preserve her diary, makes me wonder.
The voodoo and black magic in 'The Princess and the Frog' made for a disturbing movie-viewing experience.
Is a Bible showing the Holy Family in traditional Indian clothes any worse than one depicting them as doe-eyed Caucasians in pastels?
In our eagerness to assign blame, mothers usually bear the brunt of tragedies like this.