The court has ducked the opportunity to clarify something about which the lower courts are in disarray: Does federal law allow individual Medicaid recipients to sue over states’ Medicaid provider decisions?
Having sex with someone who is not our spouse can have a real, measurable and harmful impact upon later relationships.
We must not forget that one of the most important aspects of being human is that we are made for others, and we cannot live in isolation.
By refusing to rent civic center space to Redeemer Fellowship, Edisto Beach officials are violating the Constitution on two different counts.
Keep Jesus the reason for the season. Here’s the Christmas Story.
Please prayerfully consider a year-end donation to Palmetto Family to help us better defend your faith and family, and please continue to pray that the Lord uses Palmetto Family to expand His Kingdom.
“To identify people by their sexuality is to reduce people to their sexuality. Every individual is so much more. A person’s inherent and undeniable value is rooted in his membership in humanity, not his particularity, sexual or otherwise.”
– Glenn Stanton, from 10 Things Everyone Should Know About a Christian View of Homosexuality
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Why are people so interested in obtaining these tissues, when there are so many ethical alternatives?
As Thanksgiving arrives, let us set our eyes on all the items, opportunities and people we have already been blessed with.
The shootings at churches in South Carolina and Texas, and now the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, raise a question for all attenders: What can we do to make ourselves safer when participating in one of the most common and sacred activities in America?
New research published by the Institute for Family Studies reveals that married couples who have only had sex with their spouse report a happier marriage than those who have had multiple partners.
With an eye toward the future, we celebrate the tireless and noble efforts of pregnancy centers, and we applaud their many successes.
There is still a long way to go in destigmatizing mental illness and opening the door for people to talk more freely about their darkest struggles in churches.
Faith-based groups have an indispensable role to play in disaster response and recovery. The aftermath of Hurricane Florence is bleak, but these organizations are a ray of hope and deserve our support.
If marriage is indeed the “old ball and chain” it is because it brings people into our lives who tie us down to healthy behaviors and habits.
The findings of the survey reinforce the dire need for serious scientific research into the potential environmental causes of gender dysphoria and the risks—both physical and psychological—of medical transition.
This World Suicide Prevention Day, we must recommit ourselves to a unilateral defense of human life.
There is nothing to gain from closing down faith-based agencies, but there is much to lose. When religious agencies go out of business, children suffer.
It’s a sobering reminder that while socialism’s torch bearers may change, the havoc it wreaks with its hollow promises remains the same.
It’s clear that video games are already a primary source of entertainment for many young people and millions of adults…for better or worse.
When Redeemer Fellowship proposed an ongoing rental agreement with the Edisto Beach Civic Center, town officials denied the request. Why? Because of the Establishment Clause.
There is a responsibility for the Christian Community to do our part in the pursuit of city transformation. Here’s how it can happen.
Morality and ethics are so fundamental to our society that breaking the rules of appropriate ways of interacting with one another has a financial cost.
Addiction must remain a topic of focus as South Carolina wrestles with the idea of marijuana legalization.
History manifestly shows that neither socialism nor other alternative economic systems come close to the record of free-market capitalism in improving the overall human condition.
The greatest way a generation can serve its nation is by raising the next generation, and raising it well. Each nation ignores this to its own peril.
With the return of school comes many challenges for students of all ages. Not the least of these challenges is how Christian students in public schools should stand for what they believe is right.
Jack Phillips shouldn’t have to fear government hostility when he opens his shop for business each day. His lawyers are asking the court to put a stop to that, again.
Pornography has been named one of the leading public health issues of our time for promoting violence against women, damaging interpersonal relationships, and being a primary source of sex education for our youth.
Parents should be encouraged that successful faith transfer is not anything close to rocket science, but really about relatively consistent faithfulness and honesty in living out a committed faith.
The United States should continue to press for critical rule-of-law reforms and community-based, victim-centered solutions to combating human trafficking worldwide.