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Twilight and the Abstinence Attraction

Research shows that the reason teenage girls have fallen hard for the "Twilight" book and film series has to do with its portrayal of a traditional, abstinent romantic relationship.

Lessons From the Rescuers

Don't Be Blindsided by the Teen Years

When your child reaches the "tween" years, parenting can seem to smooth out and become easier, but those who have been through this stage might call it, "the calm before the storm."

Internet Safety 101

Last week a comprehensive new set of parental resources designed to keep kids safe in our high-tech world was unveiled by the non-profit organization, Enough Is Enough. This fabulous package of resources is called Internet Safety 101.

The Fruit of Hard Times

The devastation that I would've given anything to avoid years ago brought me my daughter and son, Sara and Jack...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • March 10, 2010 |
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Pitchers and Catchers Report - Will Dads?

I fear that the diminishing popularity of baseball in recent years has less to do with the sport and more to do with the diminishing popularity of intentional fatherhood in our culture.

Breaking the Cycle of Teen Drug Abuse

There's nothing more gut-wrenching for a parent than to deal with their teenager's drug addiction. It's like a slow death, not just for the teen, but for the the entire family.

Adopting from Haiti: How Author Karen Kingsbury Doubled Her Family

In the quiet incandescent glow of my computer screen, I stumbled upon an Internet site that had a photo listing of children available for adoption in Haiti. One of those was a darling five-year-old boy with huge brown eyes and dimpled smile...

A Mother Needs Faith, Not Perfection

Mom, if you tap your baton to the sheet music of Scripture, some amazing things can happen in your daughter' s heart...

  • Pam Farrel and Doreen Hanna |
  • March 01, 2010 |
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Handling Teen Misbehavior

When a teen breaks the rules, they need a responsible adult to respond, not react.

Is Your Family Called to Foster Care or Adoption?

Across the nation, I have talked with many Christian adults who would like to become foster parents but have never taken that step because of fear of failure and the unknown.

Teen Pregnancy Hype

To cause as much public panic as possible, the pro-teen-sex activists would have you believe that the teen pregnancy rate has increased across the board for all teenagers ages 13-19. But it is not so.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 22, 2010 |
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Mandatory Sex Education for Ten-Year-Olds? Yours?

Planned Parenthood is calling for compulsory comprehensive sexuality education for every child and young person ages 10 to 24 on the planet.

10 Lenten Traditions to Enrich Your Family's Easter Celebration

As new believers, we wanted our relationship with Christ to be part of our family’s daily life - not just Sunday only. Traditions provide vivid impressions for children which parents can build year after year...

Teenagers Seeking Purpose

I am convinced that if more kids knew their purpose, they'd have fewer struggles in the teen years. They'd feel a sense of meaning; they'd know where they are headed and concentrate on getting there.

Abstinence Works, Study Says — Not That It Matters

Many in the anti-abstinence crowd really don't care if "safe sex" messages work or not. For these folks, sex ed has never been about the prevention of premarital sex, pregnancy and disease.

How to Catch Your Kids in a Lie

That first lie told by a three-, four- or five-year-old is a landmark. It's a moment of huge consequence during which a moral code begins to take shape.

Despite USC Study, Children Still Need Both a Mom & Dad

"Same-sex couples can be effective parents, researchers find." This headline in USA Today in January has raised quite a few questions from those interested in family.

  • Glenn T. Stanton |
  • February 08, 2010 |
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“Like the Air They Breathe” — The Online Life of Kids

Now, however, there is good reason to believe that these young people are far more connected than we have even imagined.

What About the R-Word? Does It Matter?

Retard -- and the epithet retarded -- are destructive, hurtful, and damaging words. When the R-word is used as a put down, it negates the progress made individually and collectively by those within the disability community.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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