What the 50-year-old film reminds us about the power of strong-willed women.
Like a growing number of adults, I find support, love, and lodging in an obvious place: my parents’ home.
Our pledges belong to the Heavenly Father, not our earthly ones.
Sweet or sexualized, young female celebrities get subjected to constant criticism.
Healing the rift between parents and non-parents.
Finally, someone shows us how to age with dignity.
By the government's estimate, women are best when they live life alone. Not so fast.
The show's emphasis on the power of love is its strength—and weakness.
The world is waking up to a conflict pro-life women have faced for years.
Dwight and Margaret Kim Peterson's book offers advice for a realistic and positive marriage.
How will Americans respond to the unwanted kids in their midst?
How Christians can respond to sexual harassment allegations in their own communities.
And, how we all should read works like 'Pride and Prejudice.'
Women aren't disappearing from the workplace or ministry staff teams. How will married men adjust?
The National Organization for Women seems to believe that being conservative and pro-life means being anti-woman. Not so fast.
The likely Oscar Best Picture winner's disturbing view of women apparently come not from Mark Zuckerberg's world but from the views of writer Aaron Sorkin.
Social media have given single people one more way to be reminded of what they don't have.
Not much, if Carol Anne Riddell and John Partilla's wedding announcement in 'The New York Times' "Vows" section means anything.
Breast cancer awareness campaigns often raise everything but real, tangible support for survivors. Just ask my mom.
And it's not for the reasons you think.