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  • by Lynne Broschak
During our lifetime, we have many opportunities to experience wondrous events, such as the birth of children and grandchildren. The love we feel for them seems at times to be overwhelming. Is this what God experiences when a new child is added to His spiritual Family?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
"Out-of-wedlock births in the United States have climbed to an all-time high, accounting for nearly four in 10 babies born last year [2005] . . . While out-of-wedlock births have long been associated with teen mothers . . . births among unwed mothers rose most dramatically among women in their 20s" (Mike Stobbe, AP medical writer, Nov. 21, 2006).
  • by Diana Irion
"A year ago we had a true miracle in our congregation. A baby was born perfectly healthy even though the doctors could find no kidney function or lung function in the weeks leading up to the birth. All the doctors recommended aborting the baby or risk delivering a stillborn baby. The mother's amniotic fluid had leaked out, and the baby lived for several weeks with no fluid. The doctors were...
  • by John Miller
Sweeping the world, this silent epidemic is largely ignored by most Western governments—except for misguided programs that often make this devastating problem even worse. Most parents have little idea how bad this epidemic is, much less how to fight it—yet solid biblical solutions exist.
  • by Gregory Dullum
We aren't always prepared for what life deals us or why God allows it. Here is one family's struggle to cope with loss.