If you lost your memory tomorrow, could you learn to love your spouse all over again?
- October 14, 2011 |
Fastest growth in video gaming found in the 2-to-5-year-old segment of the population.
Sexually active teens are using condoms more often, but inconsistently, finds a federal survey that asked its largest-ever sample of teens about their sex lives.
The answer is both “yes” and “no,” and understanding why is an important discussion.
Do you know couples who live together outside of marriage? So do I.
An international coalition that opposes China's one-child policy is highly concerned about whether a blind Chinese human rights activist is still alive.
Children shatter your life-plan. Adoption certainly does. It’s worth it.
Nielsen’s Top 20 Games to Watch reveals the most anticipated games of the 2011 holiday season, with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 the most coveted among active U.S. gamers.
This latest development concerning the Affordable Care Act highlights a glaring reality: we are witnessing an accelerating clash of two distinctly different worldviews regarding religious liberty.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have discovered sleep restriction in adolescent mice prevented the balanced growth of brain synapses.
California girls wanting a beach-bronzed look will have to get it the natural way, thanks to a new law barring teens under 18 from using tanning beds.
Excerpt from the letter of Christopher Columbus to Luis De Sant Angel announcing his discovery. Happy Columbus Day!
In today’s episode of “The Cross and the Jukebox” I talk with my favorite singer-songwriter, Michael Card, about his song, “God’s Own Fool.” It’s a song that’s changed me, and is constantly changing me; it’s a song that helped crucify my rationalism.
Former Love in Action Director, John Smid, speaks painfully honest words about reorientation. Can we hear them?
I told a story to our church this past weekend as part of the ending of a series on parenting. The more I’ve reflected on it, it’s about why I do what I do.
For medieval Christians, contact with relics of Christ and the saints provided a unique bridge between earth and heaven.
Most kids don’t read. And most parents don’t seem to know how to get them to read.
What if Joanne Schieble hadn’t said “yes”? What if Paul and Clara Jobs had said “no”? Joanne almost didn't. The Jobses almost weren't even asked. Have you heard the story?
Imagine burying a piece of scrap metal and returning six months later to find an automobile assembly plant making its own parts, repairing its own equipment, turning out cars, and spawning other factories, all without human assistance. What happens with a seed is no less astounding.
- October 07, 2011 |