Grace and Mark Driscoll Write a How-Not-To Book on Marriage

Are you “single?… Seeing someone and contemplating marriage?… Newly married and still filled with wedded bliss?… A parent or grandparent concerned for the marriage of your child or grandchild? Divorced…?” Are you any of those things and in need of some new reading material come January 3rd? If so, I have the perfect thing for [Read More...]

Another Reason Why OKCupid Is Awesome

Free dating website OKCupid is celebrating its “12 Days of Atheist Matches” (I’m sure they do the same for non-atheists, too) and this is the email one friend received Gotta love a company that has a sense of humor about this stuff. (Thanks to Jackie for the image!) [Read more...]

Church Votes Against Interracial Couples Becoming Members

I thought it was a typo when I read that a Pike County (Kentucky) church had “taken a stand” against interracial couples. What?! They mean the church is taking a stand for interracial couples, right? Nope. Prompted by the attendance of the couple above, Gulnare Freewill Baptist Church in Pike County, Kentucky has voted to [Read More...]

Abstinence-Only Group Tells Students To Sign Pledge That Expires on Wedding Day

Over the weekend, reader Larry Mathys‘s brother and sister-in-law found something disturbing in their son’s bed: That’s a card their son signed when a group called The Real Deal of Saline County visited his public school back in February. Larry points to the logo — which not-so-subtlely resembles a cross. Notice the expiration date on [Read More...]

A Secular Wedding Ceremony from Start to Finish

Reader Dennis and his wife Holly got married in July. The ceremony was secular — and from what you’re about to see, everything about it was awesome You want to see how a non-religious wedding works from start to finish? Keep reading. First, Dennis explains their story: A longtime friend of mine performed our ceremony [Read More...]