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Re-thinking My Savior ComplexSubscriber Access Only
My hardest lesson as a social worker? God wants me to be close to the brokenhearted as much as he wants me to save them.
The God Who Overpowers Childhood TraumaSubscriber Access Only
A new book crawls into the lives of children at risk, enters their desperation, and accompanies them on their journey toward redemption.
Sit With Your Family at Church—But Maybe Not Your Spouse
But should extroverts seek out empty seats by introverts?
Rosaria Butterfield: Christian Hospitality Is Radically Different from ‘Southern Hospitality’
It has nothing to do with entertainment—and everything to do with addressing the crisis of unbelief.
Why I Don’t Sit With My Husband at Church
Five reasons to separate from your spouse—and sometimes your kids—on Sunday mornings.
Jack Deere Went Through Hell to Come to Faith
The theologian’s memoir is refreshingly raw about the wounds he’s suffered—and the wounds he’s inflicted.
Special Needs Kids Don’t Need Special Parents
When my son was diagnosed with autism, I thought God had picked the wrong mom. Then I remembered Moses.
Keeping the Sabbath Saved My Marriage, My Ministry, and Probably My Life
I used to think resting from work was selfish, until I considered the example of Jesus.
Babies Need Their Moms. But Moms Need Paid Leave.
“Conservatives love my family-first message, but you have to pay for that message,” says researcher.
It Is Not Good for Man—Or Immigrant—To Be Alone
Why pro-family immigration policy is God-honoring and good for the country.
‘Little Girls Need Their Daddy’
Billy Graham's children are thankful for their father; they just wish he'd been around more.
Not the Stuff of Romance Novels
Billy and Ruth's marriage was one of calling. But true love came along.
The Place the Freed Slaves Made
A think-tank leader and former presidential aide shares his debt of gratitude to the people of Madison Park, Alabama.
Are Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Women Any Closer to Finding Common Ground?
A year after the first Women’s March, politics continue to splinter the women’s movement.
Minimalism Isn’t the Key to Christmas
We need more than anti-consumerism for a healthy Christian holiday.
Big Families May Get Bigger Tax Bills Under New Plan
But evangelicals cheer higher child tax credit and preserved adoption credit.
This Christmas, I’m Defining Family by My Single Friends
Blood relatives are key to the holiday. But I share a deeper DNA with the body of Christ.
Lost Keys and Lost IllusionsSubscriber Access Only
An excerpt from 'Liturgy of the Ordinary,' CT's 2018 Beautiful Orthodoxy Book of the Year.
How the Coming of the Son Brings Hope to the Fatherless
An overlooked prophecy points to the family togetherness we crave at Christmas.
A Drug Dealer Led Me to FaithSubscriber Access Only
After a childhood marred by substance abuse and a deadbeat dad, I made a friend who would change my life.
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Reading Together, Early Church Style
Reading Together, Early Church Style
New historical research by Brian J. Wright shows that early Christians were surprisingly bookish.
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