To save a gallon of gas, you need to cut about 22 miles of driving from your week. Here are 10 easy ways to do that.
- February 25, 2011 |
You’ve heard the adage, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." While you may have taken this principle into account when preparing for an interview, have you given adequate thought to the first impression your resume gives to prospective employers?
- February 25, 2011 |
Faith, the substance of things hoped for, has for a while now been pitted against Science, the substance of things measured, tested, and proven. Science has also claimed pure motives, unimpeachable integrity, and objectivity... but that paradigm is beginning to crumble.
If all that matters in human sexual behavior is age and “mutual consent,” the Supreme Court's 2003 Lawrence decision is limited only by the perversity of the human imagination.
What is really at stake in the Wisconsin donnybrook is whether individual liberty or government power has the upper hand in our country. We are witnessing a battle for the soul of the republic.
When my children were little, it seemed like every parent my age was dreading the day their children would become teenagers. To my amazement, those fast paced and crazy years were among the best in our lives.
In this interview, Home School Enrichment writer Kimberly Williams talks with Heidi St. John, author of the new book The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Romance.
It is a shame that a public school has to take measures to curb cursing. I believe the best place to police language is the home. However, disrespectful language should not be tolerated anywhere.
The author of Ecclesiastes is often labeled a depressed pessimist. But a careful study reveals the author to be an honest—and hopeful!—realist about life, not a candidate for Prozac.
Thomas a’ Kempis’s Imitation of Christ is an old book that deserves renewed attention, and William C. Creasy’s A New Reading provides both scholarly and practical readers a fresh look at one of Christianity’s classics.
In Stephen Harper's The Way to Heaven, we see the emergence of a new type of Christ follower. Harper paints the picture of this new believer as following a movement of God. This move of God is a new wine requiring a new wineskin.
The West is selling the illusion of freedom to the world, but not the demands of liberty.
Multiculturalism is the antithesis of American culture because it denies the need for the “one” of e pluribus unum, which is unity, and a shared commitment to the American creed.
The secularization of religious colleges and universities is an old story, but also one with interesting new developments...
If there was one bit of wisdom that would serve you well the rest of your life, this is the single most important skill I've ever learned as a Christian...
No one can be perfect by following Leviticus' laws. One congregation learned by trying that they're impossible. And realizing that leads, necessarily, to the understanding that no one can be perfect apart from God's grace.
From the beginning to the end, we're all in need of someone to reach out and touch us in our ugly leprosy and be Jesus to us.
We have the only true religion, we have a Book which is responsible for Western Civilization, and we serve the Supreme Champion. Shouldn't we be smarter?
The pattern of leadership in the church should be qualified men serving as elders. This is not at odds with women serving as deacons. But if the church does not have elders, and instead deacons perform the teaching and oversight that biblically belongs to elders, then women should not serve as deacons.