Becoming a Deuteronomy 6 Dad
By Jonathan Lewis   |   03.23.19
I don’t know about you, but I find God’s instructions in Deuteronomy 6:6-7 both challenging and convicting. It’s in this passage that God commands parents to teach their children in His ways diligently—as we sit at home, walk along the...
Exposing the Fallacies of the Social Justice Movement
By Timothy J. Dailey   |   03.12.19
Speaking at a recent conference on Social Justice and the Gospel, Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr. addressed the meaning of social justice and explains that the term doesn’t mean what we think it means. Dr. Bauchman is a Dean of Theological...
Where Did All My Gym Socks Go?
By Jonathan Lewis   |   03.05.19
Lessons about marriage from an early morning hunt for clean socks...
Now More Than Ever
By Timothy J. Dailey   |   02.22.19
It wasn’t so long ago that such a thing would be unthinkable: a standing ovation for abortion in the New York State Senate chamber with the passage of legislation permitting abortion for any reason up until the moment of birth. ...
Five Things Every Parent Needs to Know About SnapChat
02.21.19
Social media today is seemingly inescapable and the same holds true for Snapchat. As one of the top contenders of most loved social media platforms for teens, it is important for parents to understand this photo sharing app before deciding if it’s appropriate for your own kids. While YouTube and Instagram still dominate the social media space among teens, Snapchat comes in a close third place with 69 percent of U.S. teens using the platform according to a 2018 Pew Research Center study. Snapchat isn’t inherently dangerous right off the bat, but parents will want to ensure that their teens are safe and responsible while using the app.
The Cost of Skipping Children
By John Stonestreet   |   02.18.19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported late last year that Americans aren’t having enough babies to replace themselves. In fact, a record one in five American women will never have children, and those who do will, on average, never exceed two. As a result, the death rate is outpacing the birth rate, which means—except for immigration—the U.S. has joined many developed countries on the long, slow road of population decline.
Most Dangerous Teen Apps of 2019 Parents Should Know
02.12.19
Are you unsure which apps are safe for your kids and teens to use? Screen time can be difficult to manage for families and the biggest question is which apps are appropriate for kids to download onto their smartphones and tablets. Not to worry - we've compiled a list of over 30 dangerous apps that kids and teens are using. Take a look at some of the most popular apps that are not recommended for kids:
Battle for the Children: The Parental Rights Amendment Versus the United Nations
By Timothy J. Dailey   |   02.01.19
The U.S. Supreme Court of the United States has consistently upheld the right of parents to direct the upbringing of their children within the guarantee of liberty found in the U.S. Constitution. A subversive movement emanating from the United Nations,...
Grooming the Next Generation: Did Gillette Miss a Spot?
01.21.19
The American Psychological Association recently contributed its thoughts on traditional masculinity, telling us that it’s mainly a semi-harmful social construct. This week, Gillette has added its two cents on “toxic” masculinity in a now-viral advertisement. The main point: men must hold other men accountable “in ways big and small,” especially as it pertains to sexual harassment and bullying. This is important because, apart from the incentive of selling shaving products, the boys watching today will be the men of tomorrow.
The Scourge of Human Trafficking Demands Another Appomattox
By Timothy J. Dailey   |   01.18.19
The bloodiest war that the United States ever fought did not take place on a foreign battlefield but raged on American soil, as brother took up arms against brother over the issue of slavery. The war began with the bombardment...
Do You Think the Left Even Knows It is Eating Itself?
01.14.19
It was always a foregone conclusion that the left’s cultural revolution was never going to end well for society.  But what so many people who consider themselves progressive never paused to consider, apparently, was that revolutions rarely end well for the revolutionaries.  It’s almost axiomatic that as a revolution unfolds, even if it meets with initial successes, various factions will form and begin devouring one another.
The Grotesque Indecency and Arrogance of the “Trans” Cult
By Laurie Higgins   |   01.02.19
America has become a cesspool of fetid water in which we’re all boiling alive like those proverbial frogs we’ve heard so much about. How else to account for the silence of most Christian leaders, including those who pontificate on social injustice while saying and doing virtually nothing as children are being chemically sterilized and surgically mutilated? How else to account for the absence of protests at the pestilent drag queen story hours for toddlers that pollute public libraries across the country? How else to account for an 11-year-old boy cavorting in drag on stage at “BROOKLYN’S PREMIER QUEER BAR” to the leers and cheers of adult homosexual men who threw dollar bills at him? And how else to account for the parents of this exploited child being allowed to retain custody of him? Desmond Napoles ...
The Top 10 Utopian Myths
By Israel Wayne   |   12.28.18
Left-wing academics, Hollywood stars such as Meryl Streep, Joy Behar, Alec Baldwin and Democratic Socialists from Bernie Sanders to Bill and Hillary Clinton to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez all have one thing in common: they believe that government can be the salvation of society in part by mandating universal health-care coverage, a living wage, free university tuition and comprehensive criminal justice and immigration reform. Don't buy their Utopian lies!
Smart Phones Require Smarter Choices
12.26.18
Many of you are probably familiar with the opening lines from the classic Charles Dickens’ story A Tale of Two Cities. Well representing so many areas of our nation and our culture today, I choose to apply these opening words to the vast landscape—or virtual wasteland—of information and entertainment via technology that is only a click away via our devices.
Moms’ Night Out: Another Must See Movie by the Erwin Brothers
By Tami Jackson   |   12.21.18
It’s that most wonderful time of the year: time to celebrate the birth of Jesus, Emmanuel, God with us. Unfortunately, too many folks succumb to the hustle and bustle of the season, scraping frantically for presents, decrying the traffic and...
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