Jesus did not enter the world as a baby. He entered the world as a tiny embryo. Have we stopped to ponder the significance of that?
If the zygote is a life, it doesn’t matter what the “law of the land” is. It is no longer a question of legality. It is a question of morality
The responsibility that comes with motherhood is unthinkable, but the stakes were even higher for Mary. Her baby was the very Son of God
Only those who are born again can enter heaven — we know this much. But is there an exception for those who are too young to cognitively commit to Christ?
Abortion politics have become an extremely touchy subject. A reader asks if its acceptability can vary from case to case
While culture says enjoy motherhood because it’s fleeting, there is more joy — and strength — to be found in embracing it as a ministry, not just a duty
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