by Steve Watters Considering part 1 of this article, how should we then eat? “[M]any parents insist on maintaining regular family dinners and feel guilty when they fail, given the list of child-development benefits researchers say are associated with the ritual,” writes Diana Kapp, but then she asks “How long should dinner be? Is 20…

  Our National Conference is now in the books. In God’s kindness, the event sold out with 1,300 in attendance. It was standing room only as men and women heard from complementarian leaders on God’s goodness in our manhood and womanhood from a variety of angles. Thank you to those of you who attended, connected…

By Kyle Worley This week CBMW hosted the CBMW National Conference: “A Brave New Movement || CBMW and the Gospel.” We hope you were able to attend, because it was a wonderful event that showcased some of the most important minds currently assisting the church in considering issues of gender, sexuality, marriage, and the church….

By Jeremiah G. Dys, Esq. Today, the Supreme Court of the United States “denied cert” on an appeal by lawyers for Elane Photography, the New Mexico photographer who was sued several years ago for refusing – on grounds of her faith – to photograph a same-sex commitment ceremony.  In layman’s terms, “denied cert” is lawyer…

 By Melissa Parnell (Editor’s Note: Melissa is the wife of Jonathan Parnell, author of How to Stay Christian in Seminary. Many men who enter seminary have a wife and often children. We wanted to hear how Melissa was able to maintain her faith during those grueling years.) It was a miracle — is a miracle — that…

By Owen Strachan The ministry of Tim Keller and his wife Kathy at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City is well-known. Many of us have learned in life-shaping ways from Tim’s preaching. His book on the prodigal son and his work on our functional idols have been transformative for me and many, many others. Keller’s preaching…

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