Stephen Black says he lived as a homosexual for about eight years after entering the lifestyle at the age of 14. As a 6-year-old boy, he was sexually molested by a male friend of the family who was babysitting him. Then at the age of 10, a male friend of a neighbor molested him again.Read more ›
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Tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges and three other cases concerning whether states will remain free to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Gene Schaerr and Ryan Anderson spoke recently at the Heritage Foundation about marriage.Read more ›
The Ruth Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to healing the American family from the structural injustices of the sexual revolution, in collaboration with Sharee Langenstein, Attorney at Law in the state of Illinois, submitted an Amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court on the upcoming marriage cases.Read more ›
The radical Left insist there is no difference between a man and a woman, a mother and a father, that either are easily dispensable. That doesn’t even pass the smell test. We’ve known it for thousands of years, long before we needed studies such as the latest one in the British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioral Science to confirm it.Read more ›
Creativity is imagination, and imagination is the secret ingredient of any kind of achievement. As much as we work to raise knowledgeable kids who can master the three R’s, science and history, we have to put a great emphasis on cultivating imagination, and in many cases, that starts by letting our kids become bored.Read more ›
Extra curricular activities have the potential to shape our children and prepare them for the future. With some research and planning, we can find the right programs to suit our kids’ talents and interests and with our encouragement, our children can build the character to lead and influence their generation.Read more ›
What do we want our homes to be like? Is it good for our parenting years to be consumed with work and kids to the exclusion of much of our leisure and to the detriment of our recommended sleep? Are we writing off the effect of having a parent “always around” when our children are growing up (especially in their earliest years)? And what does outsourcing our parenting for 6-10 hours per day do to our ability to raise them as we see fit from a religious and cultural perspective?Read more ›