May 8, 2019
Q: I fear for the attack on our homes, our families and our children—the future of our country. What can we do to combat the assaults?
A: The family, for most, used to be a close-knit group, and the home was self-contained. It was shelter; it was security; it was a kind of school where life’s basic lessons were taught. It was a kind of church where God was honored. It was a factory where the basic necessities of life were made. It was a place where wholesome recreation and simple pleasures were enjoyed. A national leader once said, “The home is the citadel of American life. If the hom...