Mom of 8 kids shares “secrets” to raising a big family
When I first saw the striking maternity photo of Andrea and Kendall Brunson and their soon-to-be family of 8, taken by Sarah Ledford of ShutterHappy Photography, I was, well, deeply impressed. Because I am currently pregnant with my fourth child.
Smallwood: Noel trade shows how little NBA values centers
IT IS HARD to believe how much respect NBA teams have lost for the big man in the middle. Centers, at least the historical center, have not gone the way of the NFL fullback, but the desire for them certainly doesn't seem to be what it used to be.
“No words to describe how cruel it is”: What slashing the Labor Department budget by 21 percent...
Trump's “budget blueprint” would devastate worker safety, job training programs and legal services
What Oil, Gas Companies Want from IoT Startups
Industry officials discuss what oil and gas companies are looking for in terms of Internet of Things technologies.
How I Can Love the Gospel and the Investigative Judgment at the Same Time
I have two theological confessions to make. The first is that I am madly in love with the gospel. Seriously, I am. As an Adventist, a father and a pastor, the gospel is my everything. Jesus-only is my motto, my passion and my standard. After battling with legalism and perfectionism for many years, the good news of salvation is something that I don’t mess around with. Anything—and I mean anything—that even remotely reeks of human merit makes me recoil with disgust. This “what Jesus did + what I do” stuff gives me the shakes. For me, it’s either Jesus-only or it simply isn’t gospel The second confession I have is this: I love the doctrine of the Investigative Judgment (IJ). There. I said it. The question now is, how? How can I be…