The female holocaust by Daniel James Devine
Indian parents killed an estimated 6 million girls in the last decade, but U.S. lawmakers can’t agree on what to do about it.
Kingdom, Ethics, and Individual Salvation by D. A. Carson
“… distinguishable ways of thinking about the dawning of the kingdom. There is a huge need to test all of these proposals and systems by all the great turning-points in redemptive history, keeping in mind all of them all the time.
Parenting Does Not Create the Child by Kevin DeYoung
It’s harder to ruin our kids than we think and harder to stamp them for success than we’d like. Christian parents in particular often operate with an implicit determinism. We fear that a few wrong moves will ruin our children forever, and at the same time assume that the right combination of protection and instruction will invariably produce godly children.
10 Signs Your Relationship Is In Trouble by Debra K. Fileta
From my experience as a counselor, there are some qualities and characteristics that should never be overlooked, no matter how many other things line up.
For the first time since their son Matthew’s suicide in April, Saddleback Church pastor and best-selling author Rick Warren and his wife Kay have sat down for an extended interview.