Parents Are the Solution, Not the Problem. Father and Mother Really Do Know Best.

In days gone by, government policies and state institutions deferred to parents as the ultimate authority on what was best for their children. In recent years, however, parents’ concerns are increasingly downplayed as government bureaucrats’, teachers’, and health care providers’ roles have expanded. Those whose “expertise” seems to be invoked more and more, often in … [Read more…]

The relation between persecution and the stability of families

A great number of organizations and ministries join efforts to mitigate the effects of Christian persecution on the suffering of individual Christians and to counter practical or legal limitations on the freedom of worship and the autonomy of churches. However, considerable less attention (and research) is being dedicated at the impact of persecution on family … [Read more…]