How Do You Like Your Coffee

Café au lait. My grandmother crafted my first taste of the ambrosial drink that combines hot black coffee and hot milk, loading it for me with sugar.And I wasn’t the only 7-year-old enjoying java. I was raised in south Louisiana, where children begin their love affair with coffee by starting with café au lait. OurContinue reading “How Do You Like Your Coffee”

When You Just Can’t Stay

You know marriage is sacred. You committed before friends, family, and God to love your partner “for as long as you both shall live.” But the violence has gotten worse. What started as an occasional angry outburst has become pushing, hitting, and other scary encounters.  You may feel ashamed, sad, angry, or a whole mixContinue reading “When You Just Can’t Stay”

When Your Mother Grows Old

Listen to your father who gave you life,and do not despise your mother when she is old. (Proverbs 23:22) If you are considered “young,” I am considered “older.” I’m a grandma seven times over already. Last week, my 6-year-old granddaughter and I were jumping on the trampoline when she stopped, examined my feet and hands,Continue reading “When Your Mother Grows Old”

When Male and Female Was Normal

One of the biggest challenges to Christians who would argue for a notion like “biblical manhood and womanhood” is that the very idea sounds strange to modern audiences. It often sounds like Christians are trying to impose a sort of playacting or subjective role-playing on others. Yet being a man or a woman shouldn’t beContinue reading “When Male and Female Was Normal”

DIY Abortions in England

There has been a significant rise in abortions across England and Wales after the Government relaxed regulations so that women could end their pregnancies at home during the pandemic. Latest figures from the Department of Health and Social Care out today show that 109,836 abortions were performed for English and Welsh residents in the firstContinue reading “DIY Abortions in England”

What Makes a Man…or a Woman?

When it comes to understanding what it means to be a man or a woman, we live in a confused and confusing time. Distinctions that were obvious to previous generations are no longer so clear. The reasons for this confusion are complex, and addressing the question requires not only wisdom but also courage. When facedContinue reading “What Makes a Man…or a Woman?”

Less Screen More Green

Getting the children outdoors and away from their screens may feel like an uphill struggle for some parents, but new research suggests the fight is worth it.  A study by researchers at the University of Adelaide have found that less screen time and more green time lead to better psychological outcomes for children and adolescents. Continue reading “Less Screen More Green”

Women in a Hook-Up Culture

Do young women understand how to get to a stable marriage? Note: in this article, when I refer to women, I mean young, unmarried women who have been influenced by feminism. I do not mean all women, and especially not married women. My good friend Tom sent me this article from the ultra left-wing VanityContinue reading “Women in a Hook-Up Culture”

COVID’s Second Strike on Low-Income Families

The coronavirus pandemic has had an adverse financial impact on low income families, new research has found. A study by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and the Church of England found that eight in 10 low income families had been left worse off as a result of Covid-19. Nearly half said they were sufferingContinue reading “COVID’s Second Strike on Low-Income Families”