When Violence Hits Home: “sparing the rod,” spanking, & peaceful parenting

[Kurt's Editor Note: The following article, written by Rachel Boldwyn, reflects my general approach to spanking. Lauren and I have no plans to spank our daughter, for the reasons listed in this article and for various other reasons. With that said, we need to offer grace and understanding in this area. I have no interest [Read More...]

Armed with the Weapon of Peace

*Written by Joey LeTourneau Peace is my weapon.  It could be yours too.  In a world where we seldom find peace as often as many of us would like; that same world could be finding peace within us. It seems to me that “peace” can carry a lot of misconceptions, many of which prevent us [Read More...]

Oremus: A Catholic Friend Brings Us His Prayer Request for the Papal Conclave

***Guest Post By David Ozab Catholic or not, unless you’re spent the last month on a deserted island cut off from all communication from the outside world, you know that Pope Benedict XVI resigned at the end of February, that the College of Cardinals has convened in Rome, and that today the cardinal electors (all [Read More...]

One person’s ceiling is another person’s floor – Evangelical Sophistry

*The follow post is written by Al Molineux Have you ever listened to a sermon or read a blog that seems to have the ring of truth about it but leaves you with misgivings because you recognise that what’s on offer it is not the whole story? I heard one recently and it left me [Read More...]


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