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Pregnancy Centers in California may have to provide information about abortion services or face fines.
You can help your church or ministry insert God’s definition of marriage into its bylaws. Free resources are available.
The ban on openly gay leaders in the Boy Scouts is about to end. But it’s hardly a surprise.
On this Memorial Day, Kim Trobee shares the story of her dad’s service in World War II – including the Battle of the Bulge.
In today’s podcast Abbot George finishes the consideration of Yama, with its last three elements: asteya, brahmacharya, and aparigraha, and the sidesteps that people will take to avoid a strict adherence to these important principles. Show More Summary
Should Christians just stay quiet about cultural issues? Paul Weber, vice president of strategy at CitizenLink, says it’s never ok to give up.
Louisiana’s governor issues an executive order that protects individuals and business owners who do not want to participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies.
Obamacare ran right over the rights of Christian business owners. Meet Anthony Hahn, president of Conestoga Wood Specialties. His pro-life convictions led his family to challenge the administration’s bad idea.
As the Supreme Court prepares to rule on marriage, the adult children of gay couples are speaking out about their experience.
Louisiana is considering a religious freedom bill. Gene Mills of the Louisiana Family Forum describes the Marriage and Conscience Act.
In this podcast Abbot George begins a practical and detailed analysis of the first of the components of Yama: Ahimsa (harmlessness) and Satya (truth), which it is essential for the aspiring yogi to understand. Ahimsa is not willfully causing any harm or pain whatsoever to any being whatsoever, in any degree whatsoever. Show More Summary
This podcast [see below for player] is the beginning of a series on how to lead the Yoga Life. Today Abbot George discusses what is lacking in the yoga practice of many, and why people fail or do not persevere in the path of yoga. Then...Show More Summary