The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women recently wrapped up in New York City. Among those in attendance were women making sure voices supporting motherhood were heard loud enough. Dave McCann discussed their efforts with Carolina Allen from Big Ocean Women and Susan Roylance from the Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society.
The "Ten Today" examines modern application of the Ten Commandments. Mark Kellner looks at today’s graven images and what our depictions of God may reveal about society.
Kelsey Dallas examines how the Sabbath Day is observed today.
Anxious? If you are, you're not alone. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. The good news is that they're highly treatable. Photojournalist Peter Rosen reports that more and more, people are turning to a new treatment that's thousands of years old.
As parents, it's easy to want to protect your children from heartache, pain or challenges. But is that really preparing them for the real world? Debbie Dujanovic looks at the possible harm of not letting kids fail.
Having a baby can be a difficult experience for some couples. Many of those couples turn to in vitro fertilization, an expensive and invasive procedure. Deanie Wimmer explores the financial, physical and emotional toll such treatments can take on a family.