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Katie Fruge

Not a Grey Area: Why Biblical Sexuality is Private, But Not Prudish

By on February 12, 2015 in Marriage, Women's Issues with 3 Comments

Sex is a tough topic for Christians. Still, Christians (and non-Christians, too, for that matter) need to know the biblical teaching about it. The difficulty lies in finding the line between being private, prudish, and perverse. Between being too vague and too vulgar. However, the secular culture should not own the conversation about sex and […]

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More Than a Bucket of Ice

By on August 25, 2014 in Culture with 0 Comments

The Ice Bucket Challenge* is sweeping across social media. My husband gave me the Ice-Industrial-Garbage-Container Challenge! He used my daughter’s wheelchair crane to dump 55 gallons of ice water on me to show our support and solidarity with those suffering from ALS. The Ice Bucket Challenge goes beyond #Hashtag #Support. It’s a movement of solidarity […]

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4 Myths on Delaying Marriage

By on July 3, 2014 in Marriage, Singleness with 5 Comments

June is finally over, and the wedding explosion on your social media that occurs every June is finally decreasing. I’m part of the trend—my husband and I just celebrated our seventh wedding anniversary during the month which The National Center for Health Statistics reports is the most popular month for weddings. However, there’s another growing […]

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I Want to Save My Daughter

By on November 13, 2012 in Culture, Family and Parenting with 9 Comments

What would you do if you had to choose between your life and your baby’s life? I never really thought I would have to choose. Since college it was always just a hypothetical question to me. Up to that point in my life, I had even heard most pro-life supporters affirm that abortion is always […]

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