Earlier this year, in traditional, rural, central Virginia, a community was rocked by the discovery of hundreds of pictures of local high school girls on Instagram; many of which, if on the big screen, would have merited an “X” rating.
The holidays, for most, are filled with joyous celebrations and fond memories, but for a significant number of our family members and friends, "the most wonderful time of the year" is a struggle...
"Is it morally justifiable to intervene with my child’s ‘natural’ developmental course? Sometimes I feel a little like I’m playing God, and this makes me doubt myself...."
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 24-million children in America—one out of every three—live in a home without their biological father. The dignity of the human person and stability of the traditional family are under attack.
This past week, the media observed the lives of two individuals with striking similarities: both in their 20s, both dedicating their lives to serving others, and both living with terminal brain cancer. But, the contrasts between these two are even more striking.