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Finance Q&A: Should I Trust My Teen with An Allowance?
Many consumers today are stressing with money issues because they didn’t learn to budget as children and teens.
Feb 25, 2009
A Special Church for Special Needs
At our church there is a ministry to people with special needs – young and old. And I’d like to share some about it, perhaps giving ideas on the background details which need to be thought through, and the blessing it is to so many.
Mar 10, 2009
The Life of Saint Patrick
He did not drink green beer or wear a "Kiss me, I'm Irish" pin, but he accomplished amazing things.
William J. Federer
Mar 14, 2007
Our Heavenly Father Knows Best
If I want to do what is best for my daughter as a human, flawed, sinful mother, how much more does God love us as a perfect, holy, flawless Father?
Betsy St. Amant
Feb 03, 2009
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
Feb 13, 2009
Jan 27, 2009
Christian Morality and Test Tube Babies, Part Two
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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?
Brenda Nixon, MA
Feb 10, 2009
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...
Feb 26, 2009
The Palin Parable -- Bristol Says Abstinence "Not Realistic At All"
Feb 19, 2009
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...
Feb 10, 2009
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.
Feb 18, 2009
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