Seven Stories of Love

Jills House

From my great friend Cameron Doolittle, an inspiring post about a “feet on the ground” way to show real love. * By Cameron Doolittle As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s worth remembering that romantic love is not the only love worth celebrating. The love among families, especially parents’ love for their children, is one of the [Read More...]

An Iowa Farm Boy Remembers Halloween

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by Galen Dalrymple I once was an Iowa farm boy, but I’ve not lived there for decades. But once an Iowan farm boy, always an Iowa farm boy, I guess. There is still something wondrous about returning to the land of my roots. My father lies buried in the rich Iowa soil, as do my [Read More...]

Should We Save Our Children From the Flames of Hell?

Jenell Paris

  By Jenell Paris “Being saved is about your whole life, and all the decisions you make each day. You can’t just rest on the fact that you prayed a certain prayer.” So said my childhood friend, now a mother of small children, when I asked whether she is teaching her children to become born-again [Read More...]

The Best Reaction Ever

I write most often at this blog on the faith dimensions of social, cultural and political issues.  But every now and then I can’t resist sharing a little from my family life.  So from time to time I’ll write about Why We Have Children or Why We Marry. One of the weapons in my daddy [Read More...]

The Hate Sandwich Behind the Family Research Council Attack

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As Paul Bedard reports, new information emerges about the man who entered the DC offices of the Family Research Council and opened fire — a man who would have taken many more lives if the guard had not heroically stopped him: Floyd Lee Corkins II pleaded guilty to three charges including a charge of committing an act [Read More...]


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