June 2008
Hope and healing in Music for the Soul
Music to find freedom from an eating disorder? From addiction to pornography? Music to aid recovery from breast cancer? To help with a special needs child? [more]
Does ethnic 'diversity' destroy cultural cohesion?
The political battle in the U.S. over immigration has intensified in recent years, especially in the wake of 9/11. [more]
Heirs to the past and ancestors to the future.
There is an old cliché about young men sowing their “wild oats” before committing themselves to marriage and raising a family. [more]

NEWS FEATURES COLUMNS

AFA news division making impact on Internet [more]

AFA brings back ‘Dirty Dozen’ [more]

Letter to Marriott: Purge porn [more]

Vets offended by Time mag cover [more]

UC policy discriminatory toward Christian schools [more]

NBC family-hour pledge ‘hypocritical’ [more]

TVs in teens’ bedrooms become problematic [more]

Frequent churchgoing protects against adultery [more]

Majority would support anti-porn president [more]

Washington schools bus children to see Dalai Lama [more]

Student’s art banned for Christian theme [more]

Teacher told to remove Bible from desk [more]

On my own and all alone
I will never forget the day. I stood in the middle of a parking lot isolated by a vast world of uncertainty. Through a blur of tears, I watched as the last 18 years of security, comfort and guidance drove out of my life and into its own familiarity – without me. [more]

Joel’s Journey
“American culture has embraced a culture of death,” said Terry Morris, a father who knows the truth of these words all too well. [more]

Food For The Poor brings jobs, hope to Jamaica
It was nine years ago, my first trip to Jamaica. Not the Jamaica of the tourist brochures, but the Jamaica of poverty and lost hope. [more]

Debate to dialogue
If the contemporary culture war had an official beginning it would likely be January 22, 1973, the day the U. S. Supreme Court legalized abortion on demand in the landmark Roe v. Wade case. [more]

Archbishop's body found in Iraq
Christians in Iraq received yet another ominous message from Muslim radicals as Catholic Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho was kidnapped February 29. [more]

Visionary Christian dad on building a Godly legacy
How significant are fathers to the growth of Christianity? According to Geoffrey Botkin, father of seven, they are central to the advancement of Biblical faith. [more]

What is your child’s favorite toy?
By RANDALL MURPHREE
AFA Journal editor
At the Doug Gabriel Show in Branson last Christmas, Gabriel prefaced one of his songs with a favorite Christmas memory. [more]

The difference 'Expelled' will make
By William A. Debski
Guest columnist
Ben Stein’s new movie Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed opened April 18 in theaters. It explores the widespread persecution – destruction of livelihoods, careers and reputations – of scientists who doubt Darwin’s theory of evolution and think intelligence is needed to explain life’s origin and development. [more]