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The Adoption Option: One Mom's Decision to Give Up Her Baby

Recently, blogger Jamey Stegmaier wrote an article for Crosswalk describing his experiences growing up as an adopted child. After a reunion with his biological mother via telephone, Jamey's birthmother shares her side of the adoption experience...

  • Laurel C. Schaffer |
  • March 11, 2009 |
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Family Matters

To Spank or Not?

Some Christian parents claim the Bible commands them to spank, while others believe less physical methods are equally loving and appropriate. Research is confusing; advice is conflicting. Who and what does a parent believe?

Pelosi and Population Control: Is Having Children Selfish?

While our culture encourages an entitlement mentality elsewhere, when it comes to children, we are not supposed to feel entitled, but apologetic...

Where, Parents, Shall Courage Be Found?

Moral courage is a cornerstone virtue upon which other virtues gain their strength and stability. We need to show our children what courage is, what it’s not, and how to obtain it...

Eight Is Enough? IVF and Nadya Suleman

It’s increasingly difficult for me to escape the conclusion that the very process of in-vitro fertilization represents a rejection of the natural order and the God who instituted that order.

Adopting Me: An Adopted Child Shares His Perspective

Not only do I have two parents who have raised and nurtured and loved me for twenty-eight years, but I also have a birthmother who carried me for nine months so that I may live...

  • Jamey Robert Stegmaier |
  • February 18, 2009 |
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Having 'The Talk' With Your Teens

How can you share God's amazing plan for sexuality with your teen when they're surrounded by a culture giving an entirely different story? I encourage you to push the envelope...

Does Your Child’s Cell Phone Preach Another Gospel?

I’m afraid I’m not the most popular pastor with the ten to fourteen-year-old demographic in my church right now. I took on an issue, parenthetically, yesterday that caused frenzied looks and agape mouths. I dared to question the theology of text-messaging...

Christian Morality and Test Tube Babies, Part One

The development of "test tube baby" technologies presents us with moral issues which demand answers, and require our most careful thought and reflection...

No Greater Love than the Father's Love

Single mom Sharon Beth Brani shares why Valentine's Day is one of her favorite holidays...

  • Sharon Beth Brani |
  • February 11, 2009 |
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The Blessings of Parenting a Child with Autism

No, we would never have chosen to go down the path of autism on our own, but God’s wisdom supersedes ours, and we are grateful for this journey. Here's why.

Let Go of Parenting Myths

If you often feel worried or guilty about your parenting, it’s time to rethink some assumptions you may have made...

Reborn to Emptiness: What to Make of Lifelike Doll Babies

The dolls in question are “incredibly life-like baby dolls” known as “reborns” that can cost as much as $4,000. As you have probably guessed, at these prices, the buyers aren’t young girls, but adult women...

Gay Children: Their Same-Sex Parent's Fault?

Although some same-sex attracted people experienced difficult relationships with their parents, so do many people who have never been attracted to the same sex.

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • February 04, 2009 |
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When Helping Hurts: Are You an Enabling Parent?

We “parents in pain” dream about seeing our adult children live as independent, functioning adults. But is our help only hurting them?

Could 2009 be the Year to Start a Family?

Even though current financial challenges and uncertainties might make this seem like a bad time for such a goal, there are still surprising reasons for couples to make this the year to have children...

  • Steve & Candice Watters |
  • February 02, 2009 |
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Rationing Childhood: The Real Cost of National Health Care

According to the person third in line for the presidency, spending money on contraception is a good economic stimulus because it will reduce costs to the states and to the federal government.

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