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Tag Archives: Family
She's classical. I'm rock 'n' roll. She's patient. I'm impulsive. She's soft-spoken while I can't stop talking. She's practical—loves the details. I'm visionary—love the big picture. She loves filling our evenings by cuddling up with a cup of coffee and reading together—just the two of us. I love that too but also crave adventure. She [...]
It's a pretty magnificent vantage point—getting to see close-up our God at work generation after generation, just like he promised.
Journalist Rod Dreher talks about faith, tragedy, family, love, and the good life.
While joyful about the news of pregnancy, we were flooded with of questions and concerns.
Parenthood is the laboratory that deepens my understanding of the gospel.
A pastor's schedule can be leveraged so being a PK doesn't need to seem so bad.
We are not called to be our husband's "holy spirit."
The modern culture war on family wasn't started by religious conservatives---or religious folk at all.
Brothers, may the Lord deliver us from ever tolerating a pugnacious coward who would dare damage one of his beautiful image-bearers.