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Widowed by Our Immigration Laws Subscriber Access Only
How the church can support these modern-day Ruths and Naomis.
Making Ourselves the StrangersSubscriber Access Only
For the sake of reconciliation, Christians might seek out the experience of being a minority.
How Natural Family Planning Shaped My View of SexSubscriber Access Only
A more intensive method of birth control reminded me that it’s God who’s in control.
Nothing to Fear But Every Single ThingSubscriber Access Only
How womanhood became a state of second-guessing.
How to Build Trust in Science Within the Black Church
Q&A: Minister and scholar Cleve Tinsley says conversations should address history of inequality and include representation from black scientists.
It Takes a Church to Raise a ChildSubscriber Access Only
How my community taught me the true cost of parenthood.
Toxic Fears: Our Us-vs.-Them Approach to HealthSubscriber Access Only
In a world of impurity and disease, vulnerability pushes us to community and to Christ.
Can Anti-Aging Treatments Offer Abundant Life?Subscriber Access Only
Science seeks to fix aging and death. But a Christian vision of the good life might actually embrace them.
Americans Are Having Fewer Kids. Evangelicals Are No Exception.Subscriber Access Only
Declining fertility rates and environmental crisis challenge our understandings of family, stewardship, and being a good neighbor.
I Won't Be My Baby's Only MotherSubscriber Access Only
Othermothers, not-so-attachment parenting, and a vision for shared childrearing.
Heal Me—Body, Mind, and SoulSubscriber Access Only
Our need for a more robust Christian theology of medicine.
Body Talk: Beyond the Tween Abstinence LectureSubscriber Access Only
Media shapes how youth see their bodies. What can the church teach them instead?
From Dumpster Diving to the American DreamSubscriber Access Only
How do upwardly mobile Christians follow a downwardly mobile God?
Cohousing: The New American FamilySubscriber Access Only
How alternative forms of living are changing communities, challenging the church, and keeping millennials in the fold.
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La tecnología hace más que un buen trabajo en sostener nuestras relaciones distantes.
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Moses and Jesus Didn’t Have Their Dream Jobs By 30, EitherSubscriber Access Only
Calling may look more like a wandering journey than a singular career path.
When Sex Leaves You Wanting MoreSubscriber Access Only
Reflecting on female libido and Christian marriage.
Has Attachment Theory Made Us Anxious Parents?
How gospel truth and global perspective free us from guilt-inducing expectations.
I Stopped Using Natural Family Planning
But I am grateful for what it taught me about my body and God’s role in welcoming children.
Staying Faithful: How Our Sex Lives Matter to GodSubscriber Access Only
A common-ground theology for single and married Christians.

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