After 40, life doesn't have to fall downhill.
Poppin' tags with an unlikely spiritual teacher.
Caring for infected youth in Romania.
Two of Her.meneutics' book nerds discuss 'Madame Bovary' and other books featured in Karen Swallow Prior's new memoir.
Confessions of a 45-year-old Justin Bieber fan.
The new reality show's popularity reveals our cultural weariness and hunger for something more.
Christian Piatt's PregMANcy is an irreverent but helpful take for men welcoming little ones.
The YouTube trend can help us understand what we're really saying.
Louie Zamperini's life included Olympic races, torture, and starving on shark-infested waters, but the real thrill was a 1949 Billy Graham crusade.
Eileen Button's 'The Waiting Place' describes a marriage complicated by a pastor's overcommitment to his congregation.
A review of Janny Scott's new biography, 'A Singular Woman: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mother'.
Social media and real-life drama have replaced soaps as the daytime audience's entertainment of choice.
Why recent information has shifted discussion about capital punishment away from debating morality and toward exposing abuse in the criminal justice system.
This Lent, given the disturbed actor's slow self-wrecking, I'd like to fast from celebrity news.
In 'The Missional Mom', Helen Lee says women should expand their ministry focus to beyond the home front.
Vogue Paris's "Gifts" photo spread is one more example of how our culture robs children of innocence.
There are also no longer any 'woman astronauts,' according to my 10-year-old daughter.
Women who no longer have kids at home should seek new ministry ventures, says the longtime journalist and president of the Center for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia Foundation.
Sure, I was getting a lot done as a mother of four. But I was having a hard time obeying God.
Why I showed my son a music video from one of pop culture's hottest artists.