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The Millennial’s Guide To Reaching Adulthood

The Millennial’s Guide To Reaching Adulthood

By Joy Pullmann | Here are seven ways millennials can reach adult milestones such as paying off student loans, getting married, buying a house, and starting a family. It’s apparently so rare for a millennial to achieve adult milestones that doing so is a news story. I...
Cohabiting: A Poor Substitute for Marriage

Cohabiting: A Poor Substitute for Marriage

By Eric Metaxas | The Downside of Cohabiting Twelve years ago, half of the twenty-somethings surveyed by the National Marriage Project agreed with the statement “You would only marry someone if he or she agreed to live together with you first, so that you could find...
Marrying Young: Point/Counter-Point

Marrying Young: Point/Counter-Point

Compiled by Prof. Jack Lewis | As our society argues over the defining of marriage, it is also arguing over when to enter into that relationship as well.  The following articles consider both marrying young and waiting from differing perspectives.  Both are from...
Change Wisely, Dude

Change Wisely, Dude

By Andrea Palpant Dilley   Photo by Jessamyn Rubio When I came back to church after a faith crisis in my early 20s, the first one I attended regularly was a place called Praxis. It was the kind of church where the young, hip pastor hoisted an infant into his arms and...
The Kids are (not Quite) All Right

The Kids are (not Quite) All Right

By Eric Metaxas | Can a narcissistic generation rise to the challenges that face our society? Yeah, that’s a leading question. A year ago, David McCullough, a Massachusetts high school teacher, became an overnight sensation when he told graduating seniors that...