And according to TOMS tradition, another pair of shoes will be given to a needy child.
- June 29, 2011 |
The American Association of Pediatrics Council on Communications and Media warns parents that watching too much TV makes kids sedentary, and commercials for fast and junk food reinforce bad eating habits.
Tobacco sales to minors fell to an all-time low in 2010 after increasing in 2009, a new report shows.
There might not be any crying in baseball, but fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers have recently shed tears of a different type.
Dieting and disordered eating that begin in adolescence often continue into young adulthood, a new study finds.
The famous historian, Arnold J. Toynbee points out that civilizations sank owing to either nationalism, militarism or the tyranny of a despotic minority. It seems we are "sinking" as a “despotic minority” redefines human biology and the natural family in its quest to validate homosexual behavior through "marriage."
Rev. Al Mohler recently said evangelicals have lied about the nature of homosexuality. What does this mean in practice?
Bridges of Freedom have been built by the Godly men who sacrificed their lives before us.
- June 25, 2011 |
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
A University of Iowa study has found that women who first engage in sex as young teens are more likely to divorce.
Children with involved fathers do significantly better in every category of life
Nielsen takes look at today's American teen, raised in an age dominated by media choices like never before, from the Internet to cable channels to web connected devices galore.
You’ve heard of the “seven last words of the church” before, haven’t you? If not, here they are, tongue firmly in cheek: “We’ve never done it that way before.”
Two new studies find about one in 10 high school students gets the recommended amount of aerobic and muscle-strengthening exercise, and nearly a quarter of students drink at least one sugary soda every day.
You puzzle me. How can you think about all that Christ has done for you, about your Father’s steadfast, immeasurable, extravagantly generous love and still live the way you do? Have you never considered how He labored day-after-day in His home, obeying His parents, loving His brothers and sisters so that you could be counted righteous in the sight of His Father?
The people of the world can do without our sermons, but they can’t live without our prayers. And if they get our prayers, they might one day listen to our sermons.