By David Sons   The call upon the man to provide is rooted deep in the beginning of all things. In Genesis chapter 2, God gives Adam the creation mandate, namely to fill the earth, subdue it, have dominion over it, and then use its rich resources as a means to provide for himself and…

By RuthAnne Irvin Editor’s Note: The following story is a continuation of our series telling the narratives of young complementarians. We want to show how complementarianism impacts the lives of people directly, through their personal stories. Gloria Furman’s journey does just that. Furman is the author of two books (Glimpses of Grace and Treasuring Christ…

By Nick Abraham Yesterday I was at work for 14 hours. That is not a common occurrence in my job thankfully, but it made for a really long day. Among the realities of a day like that are that I didn’t get to see my daughter at all yesterday since I left the house while…

Here are top family news posts and articles for the past week: Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent by Nick Bilton When Steve Jobs was running Apple, he was known to call journalists to either pat them on the back for a recent article or, more often than not, explain how they got it wrong….

By Mathew Sims   “Thou hast taught me the necessity of a Mediator, a Messiah, to be embraced in love with all my heart, as king to rule me, as prophet to guide me, as priest to take away my sin and death, and this by faith in thy beloved Son who teaches me not…

  By Christel Humfrey More and more I hear that women need to love themselves more. In the surrounding culture, we hear slogans like “you’re enough” and “believe in yourself.” In all of this focus on the self, we are encouraged to think of ourselves as godlike in our abilities and potential. But should women…

By Whitney Clayton   The greatest season of the year is upon us. Helmets are in full bloom, the sound of human collisions will soon fill the air, and pot-bellied men everywhere will celebrate the physical exploits of others. This is when pigs reach their pinnacle, taking center stage in the second greatest role a…

by Candice Watters As soon as our firstborn was old enough for a train, we shelled out the bucks for an HO Gauge setup. The whole thing was contained in a big box the size of our dining room table and included a mountain encircling a countryside and town nestled in a shining valley below….

by Owen Strachan Few words are more invested with meaning than the term “headship.” It’s a Christological and theological term that is grounded in Ephesians 5:23, which reads “For the husband is the head [Greek kephale] of the wife even as Christ is the head of the church, his body, and is himself its Savior.”…

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