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When Kids Watch Their Father Love Their Mother

When children see their mother and father love each other, they themselves feel loved by both parents, but in situations when their parent loves someone who isn’t their biological mom or dad, they actually feel in competition for their affection.

Why We Need to Stop Asking Kids to be Adults

Fighting for marriage requires more than opposing its redefinition: it includes rebuilding a marriage culture from the ground up.

There's a New Bully at Your Kid's School but It's Probably Not Who You Think

Organizations that oppose the family have taken a keen interest in your children and grandchildren and are more involved than ever in what they are learning in school.

Is "love makes a family" really a fair thing to tell kids?

In the movie What a Girl Wants, 17-year-old Daphne Reynolds has an exceptional relationship with her mother. They are best friends, she knows she's loved, and she has a great life. But something is missing.

The March for Marriage in Photos

Before the March for Marriage, I didn't really know what to expect, but I certainly wasn't expecting what took place.

Isn’t it Ironic? GoFundMe's Discrimination

Evidently, GoFundMe wants to stand on the right to operate their business consistent with their moral convictions, but they refuse to support that same right for others.

Key Decision Brings Hope for Rights of Conscience Cases Coast to Coast

In the increasingly uphill legal struggle to ensure the rights of Christians in America to operate their private businesses in accordance with their faith, Blaine Adamson just secured an incredible foothold.