Susan Caldwell: I have children thanks to IVF, but here’s why I would never, ever recommend it.

You may have heard the recent news about IVF experts speaking out against the common practice of transferring multiple embryos to the uterus, published in the New York Times. The multiple-birth method has been normalized by clinics—hoping to enhance pregnancy rates to attract patients—but now experts are voicing concerns about a link between this practice and high health risks to the mother and child, often not … Continue reading Susan Caldwell: I have children thanks to IVF, but here’s why I would never, ever recommend it.

Columnist: ‘It should be illegal’ to be a stay-at-home mom

[Editor’s Note: Le Marquand shows feminism’s cards. It’s not about choice it’s about equality (i.e. socialism) Homeschooling and the free enterprise system are far better solutions for human flourishing and economic stability.] [O]nce a child goes to school, she argued, opting out of the workforce should no longer be an option. “Rather than wail about the supposed liberation in a woman’s right to choose to … Continue reading Columnist: ‘It should be illegal’ to be a stay-at-home mom

The American Vision: The blasphemous attack on unalienable rights of children

Have you ever heard a parent tell a child, “I brought you into this world, and I can take you out”? We hear it many times, but probably don’t stop to think of the spirit of such a comment and what it means for our society. A nation comprised of parents who speak as if they’re gods to their children will be a citizenry that … Continue reading The American Vision: The blasphemous attack on unalienable rights of children

Finding Abundance in Less – De-clutter Toys and Gain Perspective

Allie Casazza was drowning. In toys. “I had this huge room in my house, dedicated to toys,” she told ABC News. “Bins overflowing with stuff. A $150 light-up unicorn no one played with. The playroom was the bane of my existence.” She describes a scene familiar to many moms. “I’d send the kids into the playroom and they’d dump out a few things. They’d be … Continue reading Finding Abundance in Less – De-clutter Toys and Gain Perspective

LifeNews: Planned Parenthood Capitalizes on Zika Scare

Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry were quick to jump on the abortion bandwagon for pregnant women with confirmed or suspected cases of the Zika virus. But a recent, expansive study has cast legitimate doubt on the Zika/microcephaly connection. Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry were quick to insert themselves into the medical crisis because they’re absolutely desperate to link abortion to … Continue reading LifeNews: Planned Parenthood Capitalizes on Zika Scare

Desiring God: From Medical Doctor to Stay-At-Home Mom

I studied biochemistry at a women’s college, attended medical school, and pursued specialty training in surgery, a field in which male practitioners outnumber women four to one. After residency, I sub-specialized in trauma surgery. I opened chests, got bloody, and returned dying kids to their mothers. I taught, wrote papers, edited books, and spoke at national meetings. In the halo of my success, my husband … Continue reading Desiring God: From Medical Doctor to Stay-At-Home Mom

Queen of the Home: Inspiring Women to Their Sacred Calling

In past generations, the role of wife and mother was viewed as a sacred calling. The committed homemaker was seen as strong, capable, intelligent, and irreplaceable. She was regarded not only as a crucial part of the home, but as a foundational bulwark of society. She was considered worthy of great honor, appreciation, and respect. Though in recent years feminists have sought to demean this … Continue reading Queen of the Home: Inspiring Women to Their Sacred Calling

Mercatornet: Infertility and Ignorance

Feminism taught a us a different kind of womanhood all together. One that had little to do with how God designed women, and what His intended purposes are. Unfortunately, many women discover this truth far too late. As reported by the Chicago Tribune recently, a national survey of childless women in the USA aged 25-45 found that while more than half wanted to have kids … Continue reading Mercatornet: Infertility and Ignorance