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The Hard Part About Crossing The Church Threshold

I’m a Christian. I read my Bible regularly and do my best to follow what it says. I tithe, try to show Christ-like love to people, and like Christian music. 1,142 more words

Michelle Duggar's Hypocrisy Regarding Sexual Predators

By Shaney Lee, HARO Board Member

The Duggars have made the news again—but this time, it’s not because of another pregnancy, engagement, or wedding.

This time, family matriarch Michelle Duggar has made the news for a robocall made to citizens of Fayetteville, Arkansas, warning them about a new bill being considered by the city. 775 more words


Doug Phillips on the "Yin and Yang" of Marriage

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

I was reading “The Big Box Series” over at Scarlet Letters, a blog exploring the Christian homeschooling subculture, the Christian patriarchy movement, and women’s and gender issues within Christianity. 1,168 more words


The Skeleton in Doug Phillips's Closet Is Now in the Creation Museum. Literally.

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

In case you missed the news, the Creation Museum — labor of love par excellence of Ken Ham and… 1,624 more words


Q: What Do Doug Phillips and Bill Clinton Have in Common? (Besides the Whole Preying-on-Women Thing.)

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

A: They both supported Michael Farris’s efforts to pass the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the law at the heart of the recent Hobby Lobby case before the Supreme Court. 890 more words


A Look Back at "Mangled"

Dissecting a negative review of Tangled at this point may seem a little odd. The movie has been out for several years now and controversy over movies tends to follow the box office releases and not linger on any one particular title (unless it’s an ongoing series like Harry Potter, but that’s a different topic). 3,426 more words


Family-centric worship vs. ministry-by-demography

I have the privilege of worshiping in a small, family-integrated church. When asked about our various church programs, I explain that we are blessed with more than thirty different organizations to which our members belong — they are called families.

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