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Does God Care How We Educate Our Children?

After a brief sabbatical, I’m back to posting. But since I’m still in the fog of the newborn stage, and because new voices add depth to conversations, the next two weeks will be guest posts. The topic of educational philosophies is one that is discussed often in our home, I suppose that’s what happens when […]

Abortion: Fallacies and The Refugees

In my first post in this series on abortion I took a stab at the heart of the abortion debate: Personhood . Personhood remains the singular issue on which the abortion debate hinges, as Justice Harry Blackmun said in the Roe v. Wade decision: If this suggestion of personhood is established, the appellant’s case, of course collapses, for […]

Abortion: The “Women’s Health” Lie

In my previous post I addressed the heart of the abortion debate: Personhood. We need nothing more than to address this issue if we are to make a solid case against abortion. But abortion is multifaceted, and insidious in more ways than just the taking of innocent life. Abortion kills the weakest among us, for this […]

Mothering to Eternity

I was recently given the honor of speaking to a roomful of women Mother’s Day weekend. The following is a slightly tweaked rendition of my talk that sought to answer: How do you disciple your children? Whenever I go out in public with my four kids in tow (one in my visibly pregnant belly, and […]

A World of Connected Isolation

I wonder how many people I’ve looked at and never seen. -John Steinbeck Social opportunities abound in our age. I can find people to connect to in just about every facet of my life: marriage, parenting, homeschooling, writing, even shared interest groups over coffee. It would seem we have everything we need to flourish socially, […]