Our Roman Roads

Ultimately, social media is a man-made tool, our modern Roman roads. It can be used by the likes of Bishop Barron to reach those who might otherwise never know of Jesus. It can also be used by ISIS to broadcast hideous beheading videos. Its creators can ban users as they see fit, even for highly prejudiced or nefarious reasons. And you and I find out about those bans – you guessed it – on social media.

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Women Need Men Need Women

When I first saw the phrase “toxic masculinity”, I was struck that a phrase so ridiculously oxymoronic would not be universally panned as soon as it made headlines. And then once I remembered the times we live in, I suppose I should only be surprised we did not arrive here sooner. The only thing toxic…

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Love Them Both

Abortion is the battleground where the values of modernity (physical strength, visible accomplishments, wealth) are pitted against the values of God (humility, weakness, self-sacrifice). Jesus stood as the embodiment of this battle on Calvary, and nowhere in our human experience is His death more closely mirrored than in motherhood.

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A Letter to C Section Momma Heroes

Dear C Section Mommas, As C Section Awareness Month comes to a close, I wanted to give a word of encouragement to all you strong, brave women who made this decision – who chose life – for your precious little ones. You gave birth to your baby. Can I say that again? YOU GAVE BIRTH…

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God is Good. All the Time.

As you read in my last post, Evelyn was a breech baby born via C section, and I mentioned that there were some consequences that Nick and I are now having to face. After a C section, one of the questions is of course how long to let your body heal before conceiving again. Thereโ€™s…

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Video: Conservative Women in a Liberal World

In honor of International Women’s Day, Patrina Mosely, Emily Frase, Sarah Perry and Brynne Krispin tackle what it means to be a Christian conservative woman and where our place is in a culture in which we continue to be marginalized.

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