(RNS) — A lack of books and other resources for progressive Christian families is why Daneen Akers recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to write a children’s book of her own, 'Holy Troublemakers and Unconventional Saints.'
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the Enneagram has recently developed a cult following and is now being used to help people form healthy relationships.
(RNS) — Children are not born hating (or, for that matter, loving or tolerating). Someone has to teach them, either hatred or compassion.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (USA Today) — The Friday morning panel prompted a demonstration from Faith in America, a nonprofit that tries to stop 'harmful anti-LGBT religious teachings.'
A few years ago, Esther Emery was not a believer but she was burnt out. In a “desperate attempt for a reset,” she decided to take a year hiatus from technology. Surprisingly, her digital fast leads her into a profound experience with the...
The son of a popular Christian author talks about his struggle to embrace his uniqueness.
(RNS) Ron Fournier, a political journalist, talks about rearing a special-needs child, the role of Knights of Columbus in his life and ceding control of parenting expectations.
There are no accidental parents among same sex couples.
When Patricia Raybon's daughter converted to Islam, it almost ruined their relationship. But their struggle has become a model for sharing life with those of other faiths.
Two evangelicals get the story all wrong on Christian parenting.
Author Amy Julia-Becker gives three surprising ways to honor Christmas' religious roots. Hint: It won't require swearing off gift giving.
(RNS) We asked Muslim parents about talking to children about Tuesday's massacre of students in Peshawar.
The popular author shares valuable lessons she learned from years of wrestling with marital difficulties, financial pressure, and a brutal battle with infertility.
After a strong of scandals, some speculate that the NFL has become a haven for violent men. But one Christian NFL sports agent says that the problem isn't limited to sports and is bigger than domestic violence.
Author Rob Moll says, "What we know from reading our Bibles, we see at work in our bodies."