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“I had an abortion years ago. For the most part, I don’t even let my mind go there for fear of the terrible sadness that will follow. I know that others, like me, must be feeling the same pangs of grief.” She pens a moving letter to her child.
This is simple but important.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss is getting married this Saturday and is inviting you to watch the ceremony via livestream.
It’s very true and deadly dangerous.
There’s a scary little glimpse of our culture there at Yale. “It is no surprise that the students behave like bullies even as they see themselves as victims.”
Jared Wilson offers 10 reasons you should underprogram your church.
This Day in 1871. 144 years ago today, Henry Stanley finds David Livingstone at Ujiji, Lake Tanganyika, one of the most famous moments in missionary history, supposedly greeting him with the words, “Dr. Livingstone, I presume.” *
“What can a couple do to preserve the joyful loving intimacy of their marriage? Consider these seven gospel-centered principles.”
Ligonier Ministries announces a pair of new teaching fellows. I really appreciate the direction the ministry has taken with its teaching fellows.
The greatest dangers to the church will always come from within the church. —Kevin DeYoung