by Terri F. Meckes
Terri shares the story of her abortion at age 16, but her story doesn't end in guilt and condemnation. We, like Terri, rest in the forgiveness and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
by Dennis DiMauro
How can Christians approach the controversial subject of cloning intelligently and with compassion? Dennis DiMauro, a Lutherans for Life regional executive, sheds light on this difficult issue.
by Kathryn Ann Hill
Christians are people of the Book -- God's inerrant Word. But when you're not reading the Good Book, where do you turn for a good read?
by Adriane Dorr
Adriane's friend suffered from bulimia. How does Christ unravel the twisted messes we make of our lives?
by Kathy Luder
At a school dance, the music is slow, the couples are close, and Kathy has to decide how close is too close for her and Steve.
by the Rev. Klemet Preus
What if God's Word didn't include the fifth commandment? These poems provide a thoughtful look into how the Scriptures would be different if the Bible was "pro-choice".
by the Rev. Timothy Pauls
Should Christians listen to only Christian music or can we enjoy secular music too? How can teens be discerning in our increasingly secular age?
by Ex Cathedra
Need some counsel on life, love and faith? Check out this new column, which promises to answer all your questions.
by the Rev. Eric R. Andrae
by the Rev. David Petersen