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By Ashley Corbaley I do not live far from Houston and Hurricane Harvey hit much too close to home. As word that  Harvey had turned from a tropical storm to a Category 3 hurricane, then a Category 4, panic spread throughout my town. I went to...

By Miriam Merrill Today we reverently look back 16 years ago to September 11th, 2001. The first direct attack on the continental United States killed almost 3,000 and left countless individuals with broken hearts and spirits. Differences melted away as Americans united in mourning and in celebrating...

By Erin Weist A Mother’s Perspective on Teaching the Dependability of Gender to Children I’ve reviewed the literature: There are many conflicting studies—some purport transgenderism can be successful through social acceptance while others some that indicate gender dysphoria is a disorder of the mind (For extensive research...