Jul 30, 2010  •  In Christianity, Personal

My Response to Anne Rice Leaving Christianity

Yesterday, author Anne Rice caused quite a stir when she publicly announced on her Facebook page that she has decided to “quit” Christianity. For those who care, and I understand if you don’t: Today I quit being a Christian. I’m out. I remain committed to Christ as always but not to being “Christian” or to […]

Jul 9, 2010  •  In Christianity, Parenting, Personal

Sending Christian Kids to Secular Schools

I recently joined an online Christian mommies group and came across a discussion debating the merits of sending your kids to a secular/public school vs a private Christian school or homeschooling. Having attending public schools all my life (well, technically the university I attended is a private institution but it does not have a religious […]

Jul 3, 2010  •  In Christianity, Personal, Web

The Manhattan Declaration

The following was taken from the blog of Randy Alcorn of Eternal Perspective Ministries. After reading his thoughts, I proceeded to thoroughly read The Manhattan Declaration and signed my support of its stance on Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty. I encourage all fellow Christians, as well as my non-Christian readers, to take a look and […]

Jun 18, 2010  •  In Baby, Christianity, Parenting, Personal, Relationships

Selfishness in Reproduction

I woke up this morning to find a beautifully-written post by my friend Nodakademic that talks about her decision to wait to have kids. What I found particularly interesting was that she, along with others who choose to wait until they are at a more stable place in their lives — and in the meantime, […]

Jun 2, 2010  •  In Baby, Christianity, Personal, Pregnancy, Relationships

The Right to Live

My baby is now 1½ weeks away from being considered “viable” by the medical community. Once she hits that magical 24-weeks mark, she has a 50% chance of longtime survival outside my womb. And if anything were to happen to the pregnancy after this mark, a hospital will try its best to keep her alive. […]