President Obama has a problem: volunteers seem uninterested this time around. That’s startling considering that under-thirty-somethings worked on campaigns at a higher rate than the population at large in 2008 for the first time since 1950. Yet, as The New York Times reported sometime back, the campaign rallies on college campuses that formerly felt like rock concerts are now drawing only a few students.
- June 20, 2011 |
In a country where 80 percent of people are professed Christians, only 16 percent are actually followers of Jesus. imagine if we could double or triple that over the next 5 or 10 years!
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
The best thing a godly father can do for his sons or daughters is to give them an example worth following.
Somebody once said that it’s easier for a father to have children than for children to have a real father.
Have a computer, Internet connection, and no Facebook profile? Now you're the weirdo outcast.
It’s certainly not a new word, but it’s found a new use. A “hater.”
Is this uptick in our perception of our country’s moral health merely evidence that we have dumbed down deviancy to the point where we don’t even know what is right and wrong any more?
Unbelief is the force that gives birth to all of our bad behavior and every moral failure.
Schoolyard bullies may be more likely to perpetrate physical or sexual abuse against their wives or partners when they grow up, according to a recent study.
Female friends most likely source of this problem among whites, researchers suggest in a new study.
Pride keeps us from hearing what God is saying. Pride makes our necks stiff.
Who would have thought -- Co-ed dorms actually lead to more students having sex?
Mom's and dad's need to live out their faith.
When we decide to run from the Lord, Satan is happy to provide the transportation.
A new study shows that certain types of dads remain a force for good with children who have moved out of the house.
The National Consumers League (NCL) has issued its 2011 Five Most Dangerous Jobs for Teens report.
Nearly seven out of 10 teen drivers say they have have barely avoided having a serious accident and more than half say they have had a "near miss" multiple times, a new survey says.