Top 3 Abundant Life Blog Posts of 2023

We post at least two blog posts per week, sometimes more. So, it’s no small thing for a post to make the top three most popular posts of the year. This year is busy with lots of news, stories, and encouragement. In the traffic analysis for this year, these are the top three most popular posts based on your views.

In this special Life Chat, Care Net’s president and CEO, Roland Warren, and Care Net’s Chief Outreach Officer, Vincent DiCaro, lay out four arguments about how the Bible makes a clear case for life.

In this episode, Roland and Vince discuss the biggest questions related to the four arguments of pro-choice Christians. Watch as they walk through four questions that many pro-choice Christians ask.

At least two types of people exist in this world. JI Packer called them “balconeers” and “travelers.” Imagine two types of people, one sitting on the balcony overlooking the daily decisions of the other. Balconeers see problems as theoretical, as spectators. Travelers walk below the balcony, down the street, facing problems such as where to turn, and how to navigate properly. Travelers must be practical.

Both types of people are required. Some individuals seem to possess balconeer and traveler skills. Princeton Professor Robert P. George and Southern Seminary Professor Andrew T. Walker can handle the difficult balance between theory and practice. Each of them is written on the need for rallying people to loyalty. Citing a recent survey about social media from The Wall Street Journal reflecting the sharp decline in Americans’ importance on religion and family, George and Walker, among others, created June Fidelity Month, a month dedicated to “the importance of fidelity to God, spouses and families, our country, and our communities.”

Contraception, a peer-reviewed academic journal just released a new study that found pro-life pregnancy centers offer better services than abortion clinics. As Roland Warren, President and CEO of Care Net, points out in this LifeChat, it’s interesting that this study hasn’t been reported in the mainstream press despite the fact that much has been said about “fake clinics” over the past few years. year. In this episode, Roland discusses the new study and reveals the difference between transactional work and transformational ministry.

In abortion, our goal should always be to give the most compassion to the most vulnerable. At any given time and situation, this may seem simple. But it is not easy. For example, how should we address the complex issue of abortion in rape cases?

This is not an easy topic to discuss at any length. That’s why we decided to address it. CareCast is Care Net’s podcast on family, faith, and life with Roland Warren, President and CEO of Care Net, and Vincent DiCaro Care Net’s Chief Outreach Officer. Let’s hear what Roland and Vince have to say in the latest CareCast as they discuss the issue in detail.

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