A Case for Marrying Later

Some of the most faithful Christians I know today are unmarried. They are using their gifts to show a different side of what faithfulness might look like when one doesn’t have children, a spouse, a mortgage, or some other constraints. They are making a case for late marriages not simply because of the kind of marriage they might have by delaying it (hopefully more mature, grounded, … Continue reading A Case for Marrying Later

A daughter with vision can impact generations

[O]ur daughter was raised to delight in her role as woman, and, Lord willing, as a future wife and mother.  She has been taught that it is the highest calling of a woman and why would she want to settle for less.  This position has been a shock to a number of people she has told, but she continues to proclaim it boldly. Some people … Continue reading A daughter with vision can impact generations

Mercatornet: Why French Women Are Quitting The Pill

Increasingly women in France (my homeland) are dropping the contraceptive pill and avoiding hormonal contraceptives in general. In a HuffPost article, independent journalist and French public radio host Sabrina Debusquat explains  that she conducted a survey of 3,616 French women who had taken the pill and found out why 91 percent had stopped at least one time. After she published the results, the media and medical professionals responded … Continue reading Mercatornet: Why French Women Are Quitting The Pill

Yenor: Transgender Activists working to Undermine Parental Rights

Radical feminists aspire to revolutionize society in three ways. First, they seek to eliminate the different ways boys and girls are socialized, so that they will come to have very similar characters and temperaments. Second, they seek to cultivate financial and emotional independence of women and children from the family. Third, they hope to erase sexual taboos, embracing new ways for individuals to achieve sexual … Continue reading Yenor: Transgender Activists working to Undermine Parental Rights

Crosspolitic: Christians have Lost Their Vision for Education

I grew up in the state of Texas and all my friends send their kids to public school and they think “hey it’s no big deal because I know the Christian principle down the road. I know the math teacher, he’s a Christian, we do ‘see you at the pole’ once a year, all these good things.” I just want to grab them by the … Continue reading Crosspolitic: Christians have Lost Their Vision for Education

Piper: Do Men Owe Women a Special Kind of Care?

Egalitarianism tends to obscure the deeper differences between manhood and womanhood. This has not served us well in the last fifty years. It has instead confused millions and muted a crucial summons for a distinctly masculine care. What average man or woman today could answer a little boy’s question: Daddy, what does it mean to grow up and be a man and not a woman? Or a … Continue reading Piper: Do Men Owe Women a Special Kind of Care?