Justin Holcomb shares his thoughts on the connection between domestic violence and marriage, how gender roles influence domestic violence, and how male pastors should counsel female victims.
The pursuit of pleasure is nothing new. As Solomon reminds us a number of times in the book of Ecclesiastes, when you boil it down, there is nothing new under the sun.
A beautiful reminder that children are much more than their test scores.
The New York Times ran a profile on the 4th of July that caught my attention. The article highlighted a young woman, Sarah Jones, who works for Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, a progressive organization that champions secularism.
They found the best thing to keep their baby entertained at Babies'R'Us!
There's no doubt Frank the dachshund loves being adopted.
Bob King escaped a sweltering hot car, and he has a 3-year-old hero to thank.
Nathen Steffel made a simple request. What happened is achingly beautiful.
Brooks Hamby, the student who gave thanks to Jesus and asked for the blessing of "the God of the Bible" for his peers during his high school salutatorian speech last month, said he's surprised the school district believes their attempts to stifle his freedom of speech is constitutional.
A recently released study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that homosexuals are more likely to drink and smoke than their heterosexual peers.
A group supporting the North Carolina Pastors Network demanded the state's governor defend the constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in the state despite lawsuits from same-sex couples at the local and national level at a rally on Tuesday.
An atheist advocacy group has become the latest organization to drop its endorsement of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act because of concerns over how broadly the religious exemption will apply.
A recent poll suggests that a majority of Americans believe Jesus would have backed universal healthcare.
We all fight a constant battle against what we're supposed to do and what actually happens in practice. It's human nature and described accurately in Romans 7. But while no one is perfect like Christ, we are commanded to strive after Christ-likeness and as such we should learn from our mistakes and failures – especially when the stakes are high.
"My husband has been 'downsized' and now he mostly lies around the house doing nothing. Every time I ask him if he sent out more resumes or looked for a job, he gets angry and we wind up in a fight. What can I do to help him?"