We are in a war for the soul of our families -- it's a war of words.
I'm not sure if you know this or not, but Ana Marisol and I used to write for a blog called Hope By Design, where much like we do here, we helped readers find hope in the design of God for the family. But for many reasons, we felt led to launch Genesis Commission this year.
In an interview with The Hoover Institute, political journalist and activist James Kirchick states that hopelessness is the reason many European parents choose not to have children. He and many other secular sources show that there's never been a more crucial need for parents to receive the hope of Jesus Christ in fulfilling the Genesis Commission.
The Genesis Commission's imperative to procreate goes against much of the advice you hear these days. Yet the answers to the most pressing problems we see today can be found in the womb.
New studies show that when families embrace God's design for families as revealed in the Genesis Commission, entire communities can be changed. Specifically, the data points towards the transformative effect that happens when women are cherished and loved.