By: Christina Embree When our culture seems to have no room for healthy public discourse, it's important to teach your kids the value of disagreeing with others respectfully. Here are 5 ways to help them do that.
By: Greg Smith When someone from El Salvador emigrates to the United States for safety or economic opportunity, the decision often devastates the loved ones left behind. Their shoes are not easily filled.
By: Steve Straessle Joe was not your stereotypical overdose death. A compliant young man, a fully functioning student, a beautiful and loving son. And another victim of opioids. The frightening part is this: He looked like us.
By: Blake Hart "Chain migration," an increasingly common term used by politicians and media, is a politicized phrase to attack efforts to reunite U.S. citizens and some lawful permanent residents with their families.
By: Agnes Howard The author of a New York Times op-ed piece concluded that research shows that children who lie are smarter than their truth-telling peers. But many of the author's conclusions are neatly wrong.
By: Renée Embree Most peoples' stereotype of church is that it's full of old people. Christmas Eve services give you an opportunity to go above and beyond to show you're welcome and ready for all generations.
By: Chris Smith Christmas lights flashing, choirs singing, shoppers shopping. They all signal "the most wonderful time of the year," even though it's not for many. But when they know you care, you can help lift a broken heart.