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Breastfeeding in Church, and Other Petty CrimesSubscriber Access Only
The act of breastfeeding is a picture of the care God gives us.
A Word to Michelle Duggar's Critics: What it Means to Publicly Grieve a MiscarriageSubscriber Access Only
In a culture that doesn't have rituals for mourning a miscarriage, the Duggars' memorial service may become a helpful model.
Are Evangelical Women Primarily Interested in Parenthood?Subscriber Access Only
Maybe many are, but there is so much more to the story. Welcome to Her.meneutics.
In the Shadow of MiscarriageSubscriber Access Only
Elise Erikson Barrett's 'What Was Lost' aims to help women who have suffered miscarriage reconnect with God.
Madonna's Humanitarian Diva MomentSubscriber Access Only
Lessons from the singer's outburst in Malawi.
Feeding the Pregorexia EpidemicSubscriber Access Only
Our unhealthy expectations for new moms… and ourselves.
We Still Love Social Media—Filters, Fakers, Hashtags, and AllSubscriber Access Only
Our digital connections are far from perfect, but we can’t give ‘em up.
Go Ahead, Say the Wrong ThingSubscriber Access Only
Never say, ‘never say’: How our lists and language rules may be over-the-top.
The Calvinist on the Bestseller ListSubscriber Access Only
Marilynne Robinson’s rich, grace-filled prose strikes again.
'Annie' and the Big IssuesSubscriber Access Only
Movies can do so much more than advertise products and give us a jolt of personal-fulfillment feel-goods. But not this one.
Knit Your Way to a More Prayerful LifeSubscriber Access Only
Why we find comfort in blessed repetition.
I Am Woman, Hear Me CrySubscriber Access Only
We don’t need to apologize for our emotions.
I’m a Feminist. How Come My Boys Are Such Boys? Subscriber Access Only
What raising sons taught this egalitarian mom about gender.
Lusting After Asparagus?: Our Culture's Food Porn ProblemSubscriber Access Only
What's wrong with ogling beautifully shot images of filet mignon and other rich foods? A lot, actually.
The Dark Side of Healthy Eating: Diagnosing 'Orthorexia' Eating DisordersSubscriber Access Only
Are "pure" diets really all that good for us?
When Our Sexual Stories Go Off the Christian MapSubscriber Access Only
Amy Frykholm's 'See Me Naked' tells the stories of nine Christians (including the author) struggling to reconcile their sexuality and their beliefs.
Shaming Children for Eating Snacks: How Not to Fight Childhood ObesitySubscriber Access Only
The Bible suggests food is a gift from God—even when we're trying to lose weight.
Why a Funeral Is Not the Time to RejoiceSubscriber Access Only
We can let this season of Lent be Lent, so that Easter can be Easter.
The Saving Grace of a Shared MealSubscriber Access Only
Recovering a lost tradition in Jesus' name.
Reading Scripture with Sex Abuse SurvivorsSubscriber Access Only
Elaine Heath's 'We Were the Least of These' offers a healing balm, but should be read alongside more traditional interpretations of Scripture.

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