The Roe v Wade movie will be available through various online streaming services in early April.
Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years, by McKennaugh There are times in our American history that we remember shamefacedly. Times when we whipped blacks until they bled; when we made them into our slaves. We said they were not humans, and, somehow, still thought we were righteous and justified before God. Why we believed he […]
By Madeleine Richey When was the last time you picked up a book, watched a movie, or flipped through pictures to get a glimpse of something—anything—to do with sex? Okay, next question: when was the first time? For just a minute, let’s put all religious views on the matter aside. Whether you’re Catholic, Lutheran, Jewish, […]
Nonfiction Book Review by Libbi~ Culture Shift, by R. Alber Mohler Jr. America is losing her heart. She is becoming a dirtied, hopeless, and heartless criminal. With issues ranging from debt to the horrendous crime of abortion, America needs a shove in the right direction. And quick. Not only are Americans consumed by are technological […]
The Bookshelf, by Rebekah Hall. Review: Unplanned, by Abby Johnson. Autobiographies are very simple to sort through. Either the author actually had a real and meaningful purpose to share their personal story with the world, or they didn’t. The autobiographies that do are usually worth the time it takes to read them; they age like […]