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There are two sides to teaching children creation care: dealing with the damage and reveling in the joy.
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The baseline family values of trust and compassion have scriptural parallels: When someone calls out for help, another person is there to answer. So, does any single argument in favor of ripping families apart withstand Gospel scrutiny?
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Vocal, Spirit-filled and courageous women model faith for us today as parents trying to live in justice, mercy, and peace—including Renee Buettner. I am grateful that my daughters could hear the collective witness of this woman of faith.
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