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Some Teen Books Surprisingly X-Rated, Study Finds

A new study finds that popular teen books can be surprisingly sexual, meaning that reading may not always be the wholesome activity that parents expect.

Saints Among Us

There is a conclusion I have come to through all these many years as a pastor: a volunteer is a saint.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 07, 2011 |
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Breakfast Important for Teens

A recent study shows that teens who skip breakfast have a greater urge to overeat at lunch.

Mental Problems of Soldiers' Kids Tied to War

The longer U.S. soldiers were deployed in Iraq or Afghanistan, the more likely their children would be diagnosed with mental health problems, according to a newly published study.

Being the Church When Empires Fall (Part 2 of 2)

A pressing concern for us today is that unlike our first and second-century brothers and sisters, we all-too-often appear similar to the surrounding culture. This is especially true among the forthcoming generation. As Christianity Today reported more than seven years ago, “Specific studies of sexual trends among Christian teens have been limited, but all indications are that, on average, there is little difference between their sexual behavior and that of non-Christian youths.”

How to Raise a Philanthropist

The best way to teach our kids about giving is to give – but as you’re giving to your church or Para church ministry, don’t forget to share with them the reason why.

"Firework" in Church

In our day, songs are not just songs.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 05, 2011 |
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Declaration of Independence: Full text

Often discussed, rarely read, here is the full text of the Declaration of Independence

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • July 02, 2011 |
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The Life That Is Truly Life

Is life nothing more than the sum total of our personal experiences? Is there no higher purpose to human existence than to set goals, make them, and rest in the afterglow of our successes? Those are questions that haunt the human soul.

The Cost of Independence

When it comes to America's sovereignty, freedom has never been free.

Thoughts on Violent Video Games

Study after study has confirmed that children who play violent video games are more aggressive and more inclined toward confrontational behavior.

Teen Girls Hold Power Over Family Spending

A new UK study of families finds teen girls have significant influence on household spending, while teen boys do not.

Choosing Grace

Everyone thinks grace is a wonderful idea until they are faced with a situation that calls for it to be applied.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 30, 2011 |
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This is What Integrity Looks Like

Integrity is taught to children.

David Barton defends his interpretation of John Adams and the Holy Ghost

David Barton is on the defensive for his interpretation of John Adams' view of the Holy Spirit. Is his defense convincing?

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • June 29, 2011 |
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Drug Addiction Usually Starts Before 18

The National Center for Addiction and Substance Abuse has released a new study that finds 9 out of 10 adult addicts started using before the age of 18, compared with 1 in 25 Americans who started using these substances at age 21 or older.

TOMS Shoes Discount

And according to TOMS tradition, another pair of shoes will be given to a needy child.

Why TV Leads to Obesity

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 at Record Low

Tobacco sales to minors fell to an all-time low in 2010 after increasing in 2009, a new report shows.

Singing the Dodger Blues

There might not be any crying in baseball, but fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers have recently shed tears of a different type.

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