A baby at a christening ceremony
July 7th, 2017

The most important thing on the day of your baby’s christening is that you take your time, relax, and enjoy your baby’s special day stress free. In order to do that, you must plan your day out ahead of time and tie up any loose ends ahead of schedule. Continue reading

June 27th, 2017

A 12-year-old girl named Savannah took the stage in front of her entire Mormon church congregation during what’s known as a “Fast and Testimony Meeting”. Savannah stepped up to the microphone and proceeded to deliver a heartfelt speech revealing that … Continue reading

Mariah Walton is permanently disabled after her parents chose faith healing over medical care.
June 5th, 2017

21-year-old Mariah Walton of Idaho is battling a life-threatening heart and lung condition. The most excruciating part? Her condition was entirely preventable. One of nine children, Mariah was born with a small hole in her heart, a congenital birth defect … Continue reading

A child marriage ceremony
May 23rd, 2017

Earlier this month, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie vetoed a law that sought to ban child marriage across the state. If enacted, it would have made New Jersey the first state in the country to outlaw marriage for children under … Continue reading

A mother breastfeeding her child
April 28th, 2017

Annie Peguero attempted to soothe her baby daughter during a church service by doing what she always does when her child cries – breastfeed her. Peguero was stunned when church officials asked her to leave the sanctuary because male worshipers “might be uncomfortable.” Continue reading

A child watching television.
February 24th, 2017

You may often wonder, “How do I convince my children that there are downsides to watching too much TV?” If you don’t have children, perhaps this is a question for your spouse, your friends, or even yourself. Television can rot our brains if we overindulge, but how can this issue be addressed? Continue reading

Money from the Catholic Church
October 28th, 2016

To date, the Archdiocese of New York has received over 200 claims of sexual abuse involving roughly 40 different priests. Those victims are now facing a tough decision. A report by the New York Times earlier this month revealed that … Continue reading

High school football players praying before a game.
October 26th, 2016

The U.S. constitution holds that religion and government must remain independent of one another. However, there’s no getting around it America’s long history of Christian religious tradition. The majority of Americans are Christians, and to many their faith is more … Continue reading

Anti-Vaccine mother Kristen O'Meara regrets not vaccinating her children.
September 30th, 2016

According to a recent study by the American Academy of Pediatricians, more parents are refusing to vaccinate their kids than ever before. Although there is a consensus from medical experts on the benefits of vaccines, many parents have become suspicious … Continue reading

Parents selecting traits for their designer baby
July 28th, 2016

Twenty years ago, Dolly the sheep became the first ever successfully cloned animal. When she was eventually revealed to the public in 1997, it sparked a storm of controversy. People were uncomfortable with the idea of artificially creating sentient beings. … Continue reading