Abortion

 Rebecca Mallory        No doubt you have witnessed in the past few weeks, months, or years, people from different groups wielding signs declaring their RIGHTS! They have a right to a living wage, they have a right to a job, they have a right to marry...

Is there ever a time when the killing of a human being should be considered a moral good? By Gary Boyd Joey Bunch of the Denver Post called attention in a recent article to pending legislation in Colorado with the aim of legalizing physician-assisted suicide for the...

  Erika Walker In case you missed it, January 22, 2015 was a big day for the issue of abortion for three reasons. First, on this the 42nd Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that legalized abortions in the United States, The House of...

Maddie Gillel Our family was flying a kite a few years ago, having a great time watching the kite fly higher and higher. One of the grandchildren asked what would happen if we cut the string? She thought it would surely continue climbing higher and higher!...

Diane Robertson In the fourth grade while a couple of boys sat crying outside the classroom, my teacher sat the rest of the class down and explained that these boys were crying because their conscience hurt. They had been involved in a fist fight during recess....

Nathalie Bowman Abortion is alive and well, and the American media is all for it. Katie Yoder, in her article “Media Hype '1 in 3 Campaign' Promoting Abortion, Censor Women Who Regret Their Abortions”, shares how the media is only showing one side of the Abortion...

Tashica Jacobson Embarrassingly I admit that four years ago many of my attitudes were anti-family. Now don’t jump to conclusions I wasn’t an extremist. However I was at the point that I had given up on the ideal of marriage. I had seen so many horrible...

Diane Robertson If I had a conversation like, “Do you want to know what the UN is doing now?” And then actually repeated some of the information in the UNFPA’s State of World Population report on youth , no one would believe me. They would think...

My husband is a judge. On a weekly basis he sees youth in his court who are delinquent, unmotivated, and often times defiant. These young men and women are most often accompanied by a frustrated parent. At some point in the conversation my husband asks...