The Life of Our Lord is a letter written by Charles Dickens. He wrote this for his young children, aged two through twelve, so the language is simple and easy to understand. This is Dickens, which means that it is a lovely book. Continue reading The Life of Our Lord
We live in a culture where the word “family” is, at the very least hard to define, and perhaps even archaic. In America, we are observing the decimation of marriage and the traditional family. In the recent past, the family … Continue reading Marriage and Family: Article 15 of the 1963 Confession of Faith
As a believer, to act on God’s call to care for orphans should not be based on duty, guilt, or idealism. It is to be motivated out of a heart that has been transformed by the incredible love of a Father who found us in our orphaned state and chose to adopt us, giving us the undeserved privilege of being called His sons and daughters. Continue reading A Christian Case for Adoption
Sex on Stage Today we live in a sex-crazed society. From the clothing and entertainment industries to the education sector, sex permeates our senses at every turn. As the western culture casts off all moral restraint, the church faces ethical … Continue reading Family Planning: For Christians?
The Question As a student in high school, history fascinated me. This was especially true of history within the last 100 years. Reading about the thoughts and events that shaped the minds of Adolf Hitler, Sigmund Freud, and Karl Marx … Continue reading Planned Parenthood