What the husband of a chronically ill wife wants her to know

| September 14, 2015

My dear wife recently sent me a list of three things that a chronically ill person wants her loved ones to know.  You can access that article here. It is very well done, and puts to words all that you are feeling. My darling, I know.  I’ve heard you.  I understand. I also want you […]

Your Sacred Calling: A Christian Response to the Ashley Madison Scandal

| September 2, 2015

I haven’t written on my blog in a long time. To be frank, I just got tired of dealing with the antagonists. But I felt compelled to write today. Marriage is so precious. It’s not supposed to be something you’re stuck in; it’s something you’re supposed to be thankful for—something you get to enjoy! So there were […]

Challies: My Wife’s Plea to Christian Men

| September 2, 2015

[Editor’s note: First, with regards to “False Messages,” if you take the time to read “False Messages,” and I hope you do, I think you’ll find it rewarding as well as great insight into this article by Aileen Challies. I do want to make a couple notes however. One is on the point of men […]

National Review – Manliness: An Unsung Trait of the Train Heroes

| August 27, 2015

There’s one more thing to be said of the heroes on the train. They were men. So-called “traditional masculinity” is a major target of feminists on college campuses and elsewhere. That, they teach, is what creates the “rape culture.” The Obama administration has joined in (naturally). A government website urges that colleges “Promote an understanding […]

UPDATE: No Charges Against Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White

| August 7, 2015

White, who has served in the Navy for 13 years, moved to Chattanooga in April with his wife and six kids — and a seventh on the way. His wife, Franicia White, said she supports her husband’s actions that day. “He values human life enough to protect his sailors and others,” she said. “I am […]

A Declaration from the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches

| June 30, 2015

Douglas Wilson, presiding minister of C.R.E.C.

The Elephant in Our Church Sanctuaries

| June 30, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Originally republished here June 11, 2003, by Rev. Royal M. Hamel. © Beautiful Womanhood 2015] George Orwell once wrote that he lived in an age when stating the obvious was the first duty of intelligent men. I believe that activists and lay people are rising up and carrying out prophetic work in the culture […]

Dr. Paul Church Unflinchingly Tells Medical and Moral Truth About Homosexual Behavior

| June 30, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Another for our Responsible Manhood section. We’re grateful and deeply encouraged by Dr. Church for his unflinching stance. Read the time line of events including Dr. Church’s response to BIDMC’s homosexual activism here] Through emails to hospital officials and later posting on the hospital’s Intranet system, Dr. Church cited irrefutable medical evidence that […]

Remember When….Annie Moses Sings About A Time Gone By

| May 28, 2015

I suppose a single rose is pretty as it gets and when the lights go down at night, I love the quietness I love shy glances, slow romances and hats that hide a kiss Let’s you and me go back in time and find the things we miss

A Tribute To Mothers by Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White

| May 13, 2015

Hello! I read your website regularly and want to thank you for the encouraging blog posts and articles you feature! I also want to thank you for helping us out by posting our Kickstarter campaign for my second Christian children’s book, I Know You Love Me, Mommy and Daddy! It got funded and we look […]

Responsible Manhood: What Makes A Man

| March 18, 2015

My son came to me carrying the New Testament given to him by a popular men’s ministry. Sandwiched inside the pages were pictures and biographies of “great” Christian men. They were all rough-and-tumble men; Olympic champions and professional athletes. He was in art school. “If this is the definition of a godly man,” he said, […]

Love Letters: George Washington to his Wife

| February 16, 2015

  Like her husband, Martha’s letters also mention divine Providence. Writing to Mercy Otis Warren from Valley Forge on March 7, 1778, she says, “…indeed I think providence was very bountiful in her goodness to your state….would bountiful providence aim a like stroke at Genl Howe, the measure of my happiness would be complete.” Writing […]

‘Call the police, my girlfriend’s father killed my child!’: The day I lost my unborn baby to the Culture of Death

| February 16, 2015

We were born to know the truth, and something in our soul is repulsed by lies. This awakening takes work and it takes time. But it is ultimately unstoppable. It was two days before my seventeenth birthday, a Saturday morning, the day after a football game in which I’d played. So I was tired and […]

Real Men vs Christian Grey

| February 15, 2015

[Editor’s Note: The author’s conclusion that we should be grateful in apart for the film production of 50 Shades of Grey is in error. Smut doesn’t produce wisdom. If we can see this for what it is, poison it is due solely conscience. That internal guide created by God we’ve long ignored in the small […]

A Woman, A Dog, and A Walnut Tree…

| February 15, 2015

By Geoffrey Botkin From Western Conservatory, So goes the centuries-old English proverb about romance and human affection. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, British fantasy-pornographer Erika Mitchell has revived this cruel idea in a major motion picture1. In Mitchell’s narrative, an innocent college girl is deceived, tormented and abused for the apparent sexual gratification of […]