3 ways the church must respond to #MeToo and #TimesUp

By Jack Wilkie One of the biggest stories of the last year has been the emergence of the “#MeToo” movement, and more recently the #TimesUp addition to it. Our country has watched as thousands of women have opened up about their experiences as victims of unwanted sexual advances and sexual assault all the way up … Read more…

What Would Grandpa Say About Marriage?

By Jim Mettenbrink Recently, Grandpa gave advice about personal responsibility. There is perhaps no greater decision that will affect your earthly life and happiness and possibly your eternal destiny than whom you will marry. And that decision has tremendous responsibility and must not be treated lightly in any way. Unfortunately, most folks follow their attractions and … Read more…

Horace Mann

By Jack Wilkie Horace Mann was a Massachusetts state senator in the 1830s, born and raised during the turn of the century when men like Benjamin Rush were advocating compulsory schooling. Mann’s political career was boosted by his election as president of the state senate in 1836, which eventually led to his appointment as the first secretary of education … Read more…

How Well do You Know Your Kids?

By Phillip Johnson How would you describe what it means to be a parent? What do you like the most about being a mom or a dad? What do you find to be the most challenging aspect of parenting? Some would describe parenting as the greatest blessing ever received. Others might describe parenting as the greatest challenge they’ve ever … Read more…