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An Activist Kids' Book Worth Giving

An Activist Kids' Book Worth Giving

Kids deserve better books than the ones currently being written for them. Too many children’s books today are activist books, not really written to kids (and certainly not for them) but for grown-ups who want to be the kind of parents who would give this kind of book to their kids. I must admit, however, that I recently received an “activist” kid book that I really like, and so does my kid. Here is what you should know about the children's book Pro-Life Kids.

Lean on God When You Are Tempted to Give Up on the World

Lean on God When You Are Tempted to Give Up on the World

This week, we’ve been exploring my assertion that it is always too soon to give up on God. No matter how dark the night, Jesus is still the “light of the world” (John 8:12). He will forgive every sin we confess to him (1 John 1:9) and transform any life entrusted to his grace (2 Corinthians 5:17). Here’s my problem: rather than give up on God, I’m tempted to give up on the world

Another Win for Freedom of Religious Institutions

Another Win for Freedom of Religious Institutions

The Court has been more than clear on the rights of religious institutions. That, however, did not stop the state of Maine from continuing to discriminate against religious schools in their state funding program. Once again, the Court and its Chief Justice John Roberts have been crystal clear: The state need not, and indeed must not, sacrifice the Free Exercise clause on the altar of the Establishment clause.

What Is a Woman Shows Why We Must Protect Kids

<em>What Is a Woman</em> Shows Why We Must Protect Kids

Matt Walsh’s new documentary, What Is a Woman? asks academics, pediatricians and politicians who promote transgender ideology to define their terms. The result is a documentary that is engaging, depressing and infuriating. In the end, Walsh demonstrates how bankrupt and damaging transgender ideology is and how even its most vocal supporters cannot prove otherwise.

Being Change Agents in a Broken World Requires Us to Love Those We Are Called to Serve

Being Change Agents in a Broken World Requires Us to Love Those We Are Called to Serve

Being change agents in a broken world requires more than a willingness to be used by God—it requires loving those we are called to serve. Paul grieved so deeply for his fellow Jews who rejected their Messiah that he could wish himself “accursed and cut off from Christ for the sake of my brothers, my kinsmen according to the flesh” (Romans 9:3).

7 Good Reasons for You to Leave a Church

7 Good Reasons for You to Leave a Church

Discerning the Good from the Bad

In our consumer society, where prevailing wisdom says we should be loyal to products or brands only insofar as our needs and tastes are satisfied, it can be easy for churchgoers to have a very low threshold for leaving a church. The preaching loses some luster. The children’s ministry isn’t as fun as it could be. The worship leader’s hairstyle becomes bothersome. There are lots of bad reasons for leaving a church. But what are some legitimate reasons for leaving a church?

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Here are seven: