Why We Must Not Forget Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard

I cannot imagine losing a child. The thought just guts me. I can also not imagine what it is like to have international media attention in the midst of having to face your 12-month-old baby’s demise. These were my constant thoughts through the drama of the Charlie Gard case. And now …

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He Is Always Risen

Today, around the world, is what is commonly known as “Easter Sunday.” Don’t worry–no lectures from me today on the origins of the word “Easter” (well I mean yes, it’s pagan, but you can probably just browse your Facebook news feed to hear about that), nor will I browbeat you on …

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News Update: Airstrikes in Syria 4-7-17

There has been a lot of chatter and borderline hysteria over the recent airstrikes in Syria, and I wanted to break down everything we know so far, what might be going on under the surface, and what this means for your faith. You’ll hear accusations of false flags, which do …

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How Housework Led Me to Christ

Before I had kids, before I got married, even before I got saved, I decided that I wanted to be a housewife. I grew up thinking that women stayed at home because they had no career ambition and no intellect, and I couldn’t believe that anyone would actually want to stay at home …

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