- Quick To ListenEpisode 267|46minWhy Chinese Christians Don’t Talk About Family PlanningWill the government’s new three-children policy change the church’s discussion around children?
- Americans Are Having Fewer Kids. Evangelicals Are No Exception.Declining fertility rates and environmental crisis challenge our understandings of family, stewardship, and being a good neighbor.简体中文繁體中文
- James Dobson: Why Children Are a National BlessingUnder-population is the deeper global problem.
- China Ends One-Child Policy, Adopts Two-Child Policy(UPDATED) But Communist Party's shift does not address the root problem, say watchdog groups.
- Can a Christian Family Ever Be Too Big?Experts weigh in on trying to discern God’s will for each family’s size.
- Christianity and Scientific ConcernsSix evangelical scholars--including C. Everett Koop--in a panel discussion on technology and bioethics.
- Half the Sky Is Falling'Unnatural Selection' traces the world's missing girls back to powerful Western institutions.
- Interview: Chai Ling on Saving China's DaughtersEach day in China, 35,000 baby girls are aborted and 500 women commit suicide. One freedom fighter won't take it any longer.
- A Christian Response to OverpopulationWe can continue to affirm life while acknowledging that unrestricted population growth can put women and children at risk.
- Be Fruitful and Multiply?Observers weigh in on whether Christians have a special responsibility to have children.