What matters most in good times matters even more in bad. CompassCare is a Christ-centered agency first and foremost. Over 150 women submitted their lives to Christ at CompassCare so far this year, a 38% increase over 2019. Why does CompassCare remain unapologetically gospel-centric? Wouldn’t it be easier if we just left God out of
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Why is it that the most strongly pro-life people are Christians? And why do so many Bible-believing pastors speak prophetically against abortion? Does the gospel require it? Christians know abortion is not just another justice issue. Abortion represents society’s fundamental misunderstanding of what it means to be human. If we are all made in
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
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