It’s easy to feel guilty or overwhelmed in the face of worldwide hurting and violence. But no matter our resources, there are ways we can help.
The show gives needed closure and depth in some of its most important relationships. It’s good, enjoyable, funny. But the ending ultimately disappoints.
It’s tempting to avoid the people who annoy us, who might judge or look down on us. But Thanksgiving is about seeking peace, despite our differences.
When Vice President-elect Mike Pence attended the hit musical last night, audience members—and the cast itself—refused to show any respect or empathy.
Netflix’s new drama considers Elizabeth II’s early reign, and the difficulties she confronts in a post-World War II world.
This election showed us how insulated our echo chamber has become. Journalists must begin making an effort to listen to opinions besides their own.
Deployments can be a lonely and fearful time for homebound spouses and children. Here are a few ways you can make those months of separation less difficult.
Feminists often make the mistake of equating domesticity with servitude. But if women enjoy cooking for their families, they shouldn’t abandon the kitchen.
The show could have approached the topic of abortion with thoughtfulness. Instead, tragically, ‘Jane the Virgin’ makes light of it.
If you don’t want to vote for Clinton or Trump, don’t take that as an excuse to stay home on November 8. There are still important issues to weigh in on.
Christians should appeal to the disillusioned and fearful on left and right, showing them that no president can fix our collective problems.
Today’s college students are stressed and anxious. We can’t always remove stress from our lives, but we can equip ourselves to handle it better. Here’s how.
Trump has offered millennials plenty of #sorrynotsorry moments over the course of his campaign, but he doesn’t quite appeal to their #nofilter aesthetic.
Why sacrifice comfort, success, and pleasure to raise children? Society says we should follow our feelings; C.S. Lewis says we should pursue virtue.
Yes, our society is severely polarized and fractured. But we shouldn’t give up on political discourse and embrace tribalism.
Both presidential candidates support Big Ag to the detriment of small family farmers.
The question is not, ‘How could Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime be so evil?’ but, ‘Why are we all not more like the Khmer Rouge?’
Liking healthy food requires the development of taste: the more you eat it, the more you grow to enjoy it. It’s the same with classic literature.
Moms who go see ‘Bad Moms’ may find a fun break from their humdrum day-to-day worries, but they won’t find any real solutions to the frustrations they deal with.
Director Mark Osborne takes this classic tale and weaves it into a larger narrative, one that breathes new life into the simple story of a boy and his rose.
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