A wise old friend of mine once lamented that both he and his wife had only one major regret in life—not having more children. After he said this, I looked across the room where she quietly nodded her head. He explained that the regret is not based on a failed personal goal for a larger
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As goes marriage, so goes society. Marriage is society’s prime institution, first in history and first in importance. Predating government, the union of a man and a woman has happened in all societies for all time. Marriage is the thread of society’s fabric. A marriage is a micro-society. When a man and a woman marry,
How does CompassCare get the father of the baby involved? It is a very good question and one that is asked frequently. I think what is actually meant by the question is, ‘How can we get the father of the baby to act like a man?’ The act of ‘fathering’ means he is already involved.
If you wanted to build a good house in 2016, you might hire a building contractor to help you. After finding one, your first question might be, “How much will it cost to build a good house?” If your contractor has any experience at all he will respond with a wise, “That depends… if by
The Supreme Court reflected back America’s cultural malaise in law on June 26, in the Obergefell v. Hodges decision, wherein they decreed a new right to “same-sex marriage.” The court held that the purpose of marriage was the emotional well-being of individuals. Yet across all nations, religions, and cultures marriage has always been understood as