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The Myth of the Perfect Parent
Why the best parenting techniques don't produce Christian children.
A Feast Fit for the King
Returning the growing fields and kitchen table to God.
The Cosmos's Best-Kept Secret
Who we really are in Christ.
The Gospel Is More Than a Story: Rethinking Narrative and Testimony
Story is all the rage. Everyone wants to tell their personal narrative or to give the Bible a simpler and more relevant plot. Maybe it isn't such a good idea.
Forgiving Our Fathers and Mothers
When our deepest hurts come from those closest to us
God Has a Confusing Plan for Your Life
The believer's call is never to certainty, but to faith.
Why Can’t We Christians Laugh Anymore?
At a time when evangelicals feel culturally embattled, it seems we’ve lost our ability to laugh.
Can Christian Women Have It All? Debunking the Work-Life Balance Myth
Why Christian women are needed at home and in the highest echelons of society.
Perdonando los pecados de mi padre
Cómo él me enseñó el significado más profundo de la misericordia
His Hand Feeds Us Both
Thoughts on bears from an Alaska fisherwoman.
The Case for Kids
A defense of the large family by a 'six-time breeder.'
For Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Civic Duty Began at Home
How a tour through his private living quarters helps us better understand his public responsibilities—and ours.
Writing as a Christian Means Joining a Banquet, Not a Battle
How we can use our words to feed each other rather than destroy each other.
How We Made Too Much of Gender
Reclaiming an identity more meaningful than manhood or womanhood.
The Grim Realities of Factory Farms
Why Are Our Communion Meals So Paltry?
If we have such an extravagant Savior, we should attempt to create a fuller meal.
Throwing Christ Over the Cliff
How the church can help the faithful stay faithful.
'Bringing Up Bébé' : Critiquing the Newest Parenting 'It' Book
Pamela Druckerman admires the French's hands-off parenting style. What's right—and wrong—about it.
My Top 5 Books for Reading in the Wilderness
Leslie Leyland Fields chooses five books best read away from the comforts and conveniences of modern life.
When Mother’s Day Feels Like a Minefield
Let's reimagine ways we can honor mothers without wounding others.

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