Do You Trust Disney with Your Kids?
Mar 15, 2017
We cannot relegate the holy privilege of raising our children to Disney, Pixar, Dora, Sesame Street, or any other mass-media outlet.
Happily Ever After
Finding Grace in the Messes of Marriage
Dec 20, 2016
These short devotional readings by John Piper, Francis Chan, and more are designed to shape, challenge, and inspire your, and your spouse’s, vision of marriage.
Nine Months in Mary’s Womb
Advent Hope for Mothers
Dec 5, 2016
God designed the womb to bring forth life through a mother’s sacrifice, and then he entered the womb to become flesh and dwell among us.
Makeup Is a Hobby, Not a Necessity
Nov 14, 2016
Whether we were blessed with perfectly symmetrical faces and bodies, or acne scars and postpartum lumpiness, we are made in God’s image and precious in his sight.
Simple Advice About Mommy Advice
Oct 19, 2016
New moms are inundated with direct and indirect advice like never before. Here are three filters to put on every tip.
Atticus Finch and the Fight for Justice
Remembering Harper Lee
Feb 19, 2016
Atticus Finch’s virtue continues to stand as an example in our often divided society. And beyond him, the flesh and blood example of Christ and his truth looms even larger.
There Is No Shame in Loss
On Miscarriages and Announcements
Dec 17, 2015
Announcing a pregnancy early is not about the attention or potential heartache. It’s about proclaiming that pregnancy is great, and there’s no shame in loss.
How to Handle Your Spouse’s Sexual Past
Three Sins to Fight
Sep 14, 2015
Fighting against the wreckage of our spouse’s past sins involves fighting against the present manifestations of our own sinful hearts. No one is blameless in this quest for the love that heralds the truth of the gospel.
How to Care for Women Who Have Miscarried
Sep 3, 2015
There is no magic bullet that can make the pain of having a miscarriage disappear. However, in my quest to love women who have miscarried, and as a woman who has experienced it, there are a few comforting ways the Lord uses his people to care for one another.
What Friendship Is Made of
Jul 8, 2015
We know that marriage creates a new family and a friendship, but maybe you’re like me and don’t quite realize that those two aspects of the married relationship are one and the same.
A Last Name Says a Lot
Jun 24, 2015
When we decided to get married, we didn’t do so merely because we wanted to wake up next to one another every morning or raise a family together. We were married because, as Christians, we knew marriage to be a covenant union sanctioned by God for his glory, for our joy, and for the good of others.
We Long to Belong
Jun 12, 2015
Rachel Dolezal decided to occupy a certain niche in American society, and she did so by lying to fit into her preferred group. We long for identity — we long to belong.
McKinney and Me
Jun 10, 2015
A city that used to be a little-noticed Dallas suburb has become yet another lightening rod of racial controversy. Twenty years ago, this would have been something we discussed with our friends and family; today, our audience is broader, with little accountability...
I Wasn’t Ready for Marriage
Apr 8, 2015
Recently, my husband and I passed a milestone: It’s been a year since he sent the text message that began our relationship: “Hey, you. Let me know when’s a good time to talk.” I yelped, tossed my phone, and ran…
The Real Faces Behind the Gay Issue
Feb 17, 2015
A few years ago, a girl wobbled onto the ice with her little brother in tow, wondering about the wisdom of taking him for an ice-skating trip on his fifth birthday — especially since she hadn’t been ice skating in…