Day: March 5, 2018

It Is Not Good for Man—Or Immigrant—To Be Alone

Why pro-family immigration policy is God-honoring and good for the country. Last summer, I visited a gathering in my neighborhood for some outdoor fellowship on a neatly manicured lawn. There were picnic tables, singing, and steaks in steam trays to feed perhaps 40 people. The group had grown in size over decades, meeting regularly and Read More

The Legacy of a Leader

All of us as leaders will leave behind our legacy someday Death is not the final chapter of our life, is it? A key understanding of faith for a believer is that life lasts an eternity. When we die, we leave stuff behind. We leave behind the possessions we acquire here. We leave behind any Read More

Moms Have Always ‘Worked.’ Just Ask the Puritans.

5 things I’ve learned from an early American vision of the household. In the context of 21st-century motherhood, the language of the “mommy wars” often seems outdated. Women today bend over backward to avoid moral judgments concerning women who work and those who don’t. We use cautious, subjective phrasing about “personal choices” and “best options” Read More