The family might be one of God’s greatest inventions. It is the most important unit of society. However, there are a lot of challenges for families to face today. Besides worries about money and the not-so-easy task of always getting along well, families grapple with ethical and moral challenges — like young couples deciding to live together before marriage or children facing same-sex attraction. There is currently little room in the public square for those who would promote the traditional image of family. In this diversity of opinions, how can parents pass on values to their children? How can sons and daughters find a sure compass for the decisions they have to make? If there are any common themes from our experiences, it’s that love comes first.
The process a couple went through when their son told them he was gay
The role of faith-based values in today’s society
One teacher’s way to reconciliation in troubled Baltimore
When my daughter had a tantrum