I’m just going to be up front here and say that this actually disgusts me. This is just truly, purely evil to say that it is a normal part of a woman’s medical care to execute her children because they are inconvienient.… Click here to read more
Even Planned Parenthood is defending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program by stating they believe every person has a right to live.
“Here at Planned Parenthood, we firmly believe that every person has the right to live, work, and raise a family freely and without the threat of deportation or separation,” CEO Cecile Richards said in a fundraising email Tuesday.… Click here to read more
The United Pentecostal Church International has released an official statement on its position in regards to DACA.
The statement reads as follows:
As announced by President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security has officially rescinded an administrative program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), with a delay of six months for current recipients.… Click here to read more
Before I went to seminary, I worked as a regular volunteer in children’s ministry. My church at the time was small, so I taught Sunday school lessons to a “one-room schoolhouse” of tiny primaries and spunky middle-schoolers. After completing my program in theological studies, however, I avoided kids and preferred to teach adults.… Click here to read more
The University of Tampa has fired a visiting professor who appeared to suggest on social media that Hurricane Harvey is karma for Texas for voting Republican.
Kenneth L. Storey, a sociology professor, was immediately slammed on social media after he tweeted this Sunday: “I dont believe in instant Karma but this kinda feels like it for Texas.… Click here to read more
As a missionary kid growing up in Guatemala, I survived the destructive effects of a massive earthquake and a major military coup. As an adult now living in Houston, I have survived the destructive effects of a hurricane. But I don’t think I’ve coped with it very well.… Click here to read more
With the recent McGregor-Mayweather super fight, a number of Christians are asking. “Should Jesus followers be involved with or even watch combat sports?”
Some people argue that the Bible tacitly endorses combat sports when the Apostle Paul uses them in New Testament analogies.… Click here to read more
The most read New York Times article from 2016 had nothing to do with politics, culture wars, or comic book movies. Instead, the most-read article of 2016 was all about commitment.
The piece, titled “Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person,” was written by Alain de Botton.… Click here to read more
As proud as I am of my Mexican heritage, there is only one place I can call home: the United States. I belong to the wave of immigrants who arrived in the country as children. All that remains from my early years in Mexico are a few blurry memories, drawn together from what my mother has told me.… Click here to read more
“What do we do about our kids?” The group of parents sat together in my office, wiping their eyes. I’m a high school pastor, but for once, they weren’t talking about 16-year-olds drinking and partying. Each had a story to tell about a “good Christian” child, raised in their home and in our church, who had walked away from the faith during the college years.… Click here to read more