Politics & Society

A Split Second Too Late

A Split Second Too Late

by Kaylyn Johnston Imagine receiving a frantic phone call from your next-door neighbor saying that your son had just been shot . . . by his best friend. For the Stokes family of Oregon, this unthinkable event became a reality in January 2011, when their 12-year-old […]

What about Abstinence? It is Free and Freeing

What about Abstinence? It is Free and Freeing

by Christy Hinkson Christy is an author and a mother of ten. She recently released her new book Home Remedies for a Nation at Risk: What American Leaders could learn from American Families. Also, click here to view Christy’s blog Stand for the Truth. With […]

Could the Government Learn from American Families?

Could the Government Learn from American Families?

Christy Hinkson, a homemaker and mother of ten, recently released a new political book: Home Remedies for a Nation at Risk – What American Leaders Could Learn from American Families. She takes her experience as a mother of ten as well as an entrepreneur, business […]

Camp To Belong

Camp To Belong

by Emily Smith I couldn’t imagine a life without my siblings. Although they weren’t my best friends from my early stages of life, I have come to love and appreciate them for the people they are. Unfortunately, there are children who grow up without sibling […]