When a child comes to you to talk about abuse they are facing, it is important to listen and act in a way to support the child and keep him or her
How 2 Communities Prevent Social Isolation
One of the co-housing locations is in Denmark, one is in the U.S.
Bridges & Barriers: How can Churches of Christ interact with other Christian groups?
We can’t avoid tough faith questions. Our responses often shape the way a lost and dying world sees Jesus — reflected through us. That’s how The Christian Chronicle introduced its ongoing, three-part series “Bridges & Barriers.” Part 1 focused on “Homosexuality and the church,” noting: As homosexuality gains increasing acceptance in America, Christians can’t escape …
How So-Called ‘Equality Act’ Threatens Religious Freedom
It could affect Christian bakers and florists, among others.
How to Meal Prep for the Week on a Budget
Broke and starving? There's a fix for that. Next week, try budgeting and planning your meals so you can do pre-prep, thus saving valuable time.
Tobacco Cost By State: Why Cigarettes Prices Could Increase On Election Day
Several states that haven't raised taxes on tobacco products in more than a decade could see increases following the November election.
Why Is John Roberts Siding With the Supreme Court’s Liberals?
John Roberts has changed. Consider the chief justice’s voting record. From 2005—the year he was appointed—until 2012—the year of the first Affordable C ...
10 Guns That Shaped America
Firearms have been a part of this nation since, well, long before it was a nation. The right to them was endowed by the Creator; they secured our Freedom as Americans, they helped expand the Nation, and then became the basis of the manufacturing ascendency of the United States for more than a century.
Federal public housing assistance: What you need to know
For people who cannot afford adequate housing, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides several different forms of assistance.
Timber! Why the rich are buying trees
Forget stocks and bonds, the one percent are buying up timber assets. They see land as less correlated with the stock market.