When parenting a child with special needs, it’s easy to fix your eyes on the next surgery, therapy, diet or appointment. But it’s often difficult to simply embrace and enjoy your child in the moment.
Friends, family and fellow church community members have an awesome opportunity to play a role in an issue we know is dear to the heart of God – the plight of children without families – but we often fail to understand the trials of the adoptive and foster journey.
Being pro-life is more than a bumper sticker or a picket sign. Being pro-life isn’t just about the words we say or the box we check on a ballot. Being pro-life is a way of life.
Many pastors are unwilling to engage the issue of abortion from the pulpit. The result is that these pastors abandon their congregations on this issue, leaving the narrative to be written by the world.
Throughout Scripture, we see God working to redeem a people for himself, a people from every tribe and tongue and nation – colorful and diverse.
Her mind was made up — until she saw the ultrasound image.
The annual March for Life is an event that brings together the entire pro-life community – all working to see a time when abortion is unthinkable.
There are several reasons why your children will benefit from a discussion about the sensitive issue of mental illness.
Every parent wants to help their children develop empathy for those around them. This is especially vital when it comes to the issue of mental illness.
What happens when the person grappling with mental illness is someone within the walls of your own home? And what are some of the signs?