Part 2: The World Corrupts the Church’s View of Women By: Margaret Knight Worldly Wisdom Why do men think it’s ok to buy sex? My question would provoke a giant eye roll from many people living in most parts of
Part 1: A Second Reason to Fight for Sexual Purity By: Margaret Knight A couple of disclaimers: This blog is specifically intended for Christian men, to encourage and inspire them to treat women in a way that makes believers and
By Krista Dunbar Say those words aloud. My past does not define me. In just those words, there’s such a release and freedom that finds rest on my soul. There’s an air of grace as the chains that seem to
By Stacie Ballard If someone loves me, they will probably forgive me. Even if I do something that hurts them quite a bit, in the end, love seems to melt away bitterness and revenge. These things are in my mind
By Margaret Knight When I graduated from college, I got an internship with International Justice Mission, a Christian organization that works with local governments to fight injustices all over the world. I left my home in Southern Indiana and headed
By: Krista Dunbar I would classify my childhood in one word: innocent. I’ve been privileged my entire life. I’ve never been without food, clothing, or basic hygiene essentials. I’ve always had the opportunity to sleep in a bed and give
By: Seth Thomas INTRODUCTION As I am writing this blog entry, families around the country are getting ready to celebrate the 4th of July. Therefore, it seems appropriate to start this article with a quote from the Declaration of Independence.
By: Megan Jessup At Ascent 121, we view the sex trade industry as a cultural issue that ensnares everyone in its path. It chews people up, spits them out, and keeps them coming back for more. It’s the basic law