The Daily Signal: Fatherhood and Marriage Bring Out the Best in Men

| July 2, 2015

Is fatherhood becoming a relic of the past? The sad absence of fathers in American families is pervasive and has been growing for decades. In the 1960s, less than 10 percent of American children were born to single women, but as of 2013, the number had increased to 41 percent. Among Hispanic children, 54 percent […]

Father’s Day for a Lesbian’s Son

| June 18, 2014

WHAT IS FATHER’S DAY LIKE FOR A BOY RAISED BY LESBIANS? Robert Oscar Lopez I waited until the night of Father’s Day to write this, because I couldn’t bear to post it in the midst of all the winsome father’s day specials everywhere–odes to the mentorship, paternal fealty, male role modeling, and caring that everyone […]

A Father’s Love

| March 18, 2014

The story comes to us from rural China: Fengyi township, Yibin county, Sichuan province, about 2,000 miles to the west of Shanghai.  Everyday, 40 year old Yu Xukang gets up at 5am. He prepares a lunch for his son to eat at school. Then he helps his son walk to school, about 7km away over […]

Christ Centered Marriage In Scripture, Exposing the Devilish Lies of Feminism

| March 5, 2014

Continuing on from where we left off with Pink Sweaters Will Not Save Us. Scott Brown on how to think about the perfect marriage model what it is and why it is so. 

Mankiller Chronicles: More U.S. Women Than Ever Are Breadwinners

| January 11, 2014

More U.S. women than ever are breadwinners, Pew study finds. As America continues its slide away from biblical gender roles, the trend line continues in the direction of the demise of man as provider – one of the key responsibilities of men. The L.A. Times released this article below, based on a recent Pew Research study. The […]

Finally! This is how fathers should be portrayed in commercials. Thank you Lego

| December 24, 2013

Recommended Resources The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 1 Created for Work: Practical Insights for Young Men Raising Real Men: Surviving, Teaching and Appreciating Boys Boyhood and Beyond: Practical Wisdom for Becoming a Man Building a Family that Will Stand (CD)

Death of a Salesman

| June 16, 2013

Many of us are blessed to be able to look back on wonderful memories of growing up with godly fathers. That’s not the case for a lot of people, though. For those who didn’t have a good relationship with their father growing up–words of comfort: James Michael McDonald, IV died this week. My father was […]

After Steubenville: 25 Things Our Sons need to know about Manhood

| March 20, 2013

From the gifted Ann Voskamp of A Holy Experience–the best thing I’ve read on this terrible crime: When you’re the mother of four sons, Steubenville is about us. Steubenville is about having a conversation with sons about hard things and asking you to do holy things. Because a Steubenville doesn’t begin with football and it doesn’t begin […]

World Congress in Madrid affirms the natural family

| June 8, 2012

From Mercatornet: The sixth World Congress of Families, held in Madrid on the last weekend of May, drew 3100 delegates to address the issues confronting the family today. In a concluding statement the congress listed the challenges: “Ideologies of statism, atomistic individualism, and sexual revolution challenge the very essences of marriage and family. Recent legal and public […]

Enough of parenting misery lit

| April 14, 2012

From Mariette Ulrich at Mercatornet: Raising kids is not a Sunday stroll in the park, but if you never get there, whose fault is it? Very few families of my acquaintance do not occasionally lament that they are too busy, over-involved, stressed to the max. It was partly for this reason that my husband and […]

Early Puberty–or is it?

| April 9, 2012

From Carolyn Moynihan at Mercatornet: Is puberty before the age of 10 a “new normal” for girls? asks a long article in the New York Times magazine…. Girls who from an early age grow up in homes without their biological fathers are twice as likely to go into puberty younger as girls who grow up […]

Liberal Feminism: Defending Planned Parenthood and Abortion

| September 30, 2011

Life requires harmony. We see it throughout nature. Without harmony, whether organic or inorganic (e.g. mechanical), breakdown results and chaos ensues. This is what liberal feminism does. It causes breakdowns and chaos with its persistent objective to divide genders. Like a self-loathing individual, it spews animus toward everyone, especially men. Patriarchy, with all of its […]

It’s not all sweet for kids in Sweden

| September 17, 2011

From David Quinn at Mercatornet: [P]recisely because it is so egalitarian, the Swedish state has also completely stripped marriage of any special standing in Swedish society. This is one reason why Sweden has a low marriage rate, a very high rate of cohabitation, and a very high rate of births outside marriage (more than one […]

The “bushfire” threatening Australia: fragile families

| September 9, 2011

From Carolyn Moynihan at Mercatornet: Australia is known as the Lucky Country but a report on child welfare published this week suggests that its luck is running out. Like Britain and the USA, it has an increasing number of fragile families where children are at risk of abuse and neglect, thanks to marriage breakdown, single […]

The No-Kids-Allowed Movement is Spreading

| July 28, 2011

From Yahoo: What’s the matter with kids today and why doesn’t anyone want them around? In June, Malaysia Airlines banned babies from many of their first class cabins, prompting other major airlines to consider similar policies.” Babies. As Christians, we believe God when He tells us that babies are a blessing. Stacy McDonald of Your Sacred […]