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July and the Fulfiller of Desires

July and the Fulfiller of Desires

I hate July. July 31st was the day Dominic was born – the child I lost. Today, July 17th, was the day my most recent baby was supposed to be born – the one I lost in miscarriage. Instead of giving birth to the child for which I have longed, I am relegating the baby […]

My New Year’s Resolution

My New Year’s Resolution

I don’t normally do New Year’s resolutions. I mean, it already takes me, on a normal day, at least an hour to fall asleep at night due to my daily habit of pondering what I need to do better the next day or the next week or the next…you get the point. I could never […]

Attempts at Doing the Whole of the Gospel by a Partially-Gospel-Oriented Girl

Attempts at Doing the Whole of the Gospel by a Partially-Gospel-Oriented Girl

Sometimes the narrow way is just very, very difficult to discern. Even when you hear God’s voice and understand what He wants you to do, it’s usually a bit thorny to figure out precisely how to actually implement His will. Ya know, what with our sin and all. Let’s just take me, for example. Since […]

Part 4: Alfred Kinsey and Cultural Moral Transformation

Part 4: Alfred Kinsey and Cultural Moral Transformation

**WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC, DISTURBING SEXUAL MATERIAL* Read the other parts of this series here: Part 1: Secular Sex Values: The New Standard for the World Part 2: Comprehensive Sex Education, Secular Sex Coming to Your Children Part 3: The Man Who Changed Morality: Sex Researcher Alfred Kinsey Part 4: Alfred Kinsey and […]

Our “Rights”? Or All Wrong?

Our “Rights”? Or All Wrong?

I’ve about had it with “rights”. It’s the calling card of our culture, now – one that almost universally gains one entrance into the salon of acceptance and affirmation. If you have a “right”, then you are right. A woman’s right to choose. The right to love whomever we choose, in whatever way we choose. […]

Child Sacrifice: Not So Far From Moloch

Child Sacrifice: Not So Far From Moloch

Sometimes some of the things we do in (home) school remind me of themes much bigger than school. Yeah, that happened again this week. During our literature time, we read a historical fiction novel called Hittite Warrior. It’s set in ancient Mesopotamia, covering the saga of a Hittite man, named Uriah, who travels from Hatti […]

Planned Parenthood: Allowing Us All to be a Part of Killing Babies

Planned Parenthood: Allowing Us All to be a Part of Killing Babies

I just have to say, I hate Planned Parenthood. Kind of hard for me to have any good feelings about an organization dedicated to helping a woman kill her baby, when I couldn’t even choose to keep mine alive. I know all of the facts, and am well-educated on the arguments about how the organization […]