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Isolated Teens: Time to Knock Down the Walls

Today, teenagers can go through days, if not weeks, without ever spending meaningful time with adults. Yet young adults desperately need the input, modeling, molding, and love of older adults at this critical stage of life...

The Date or Not-to-Date Debate

The Pressure to be Popular

Recently, while chatting with a few moms who regularly gather to pray, we agreed that there is a lot of pressure to be popular in our culture. But we weren’t talking about the students! We were bemoaning our lack of popularity for not agreeing with current trends...

Free Advice for the College Bound

Candid Observations of the 'MySpace Generation'

In 2006, I spent 40 days visiting 23 college campuses in 11 states as a prayer leader. Here's what I found: hundreds of struggling, “nice, Christian kids from great families” desperate for spiritual wisdom and guidance...

Equipping Your Grad for 'Beyond Me' Living

It's no surprise that our youth, even our Christian youth, are deeply affected by our culture's “it’s about me” thinking. What practical steps can we take to ensure our young people choose the path of true discipleship and selfless living?

The Search for 'Higher' Education

Every Spring, parents take their charges on multiple tours of colleges and universities in order to make an informed choice. But if you travel to the school and don’t venture off the proscribed path, you might as well just stay home and read the brochures.

  • Dr. Jason R. Edwards |
  • June 06, 2008 |
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Help Bring Your Prodigal Home

When your child walks away from Christ, it’s easy to feel despair. But there is hope, and there are actions you can take to help bring your prodigal home.

In the "No" on Abstinence Education

Who could argue that, when it comes to sex education, our teenagers should be taught to say “no”? Considering what’s at stake -- and because we love them and want what’s best for them -- nothing short of a clear-cut abstinence message will do. But in the rarified air of a congressional hearing room, it’s another matter...

The Magic and Myth of 18

Author Offers Hope for Hurting Parents of Adult Children

Author Allison Bottke has written a heartrendingly honest tough-love book that not only exposes the truth of her own struggles with her beloved adult child, but also includes glimpses into the lives of others with similar experiences...

Teaching Your Daughter Modesty

With warmer temperatures comes a challenge for parents: how to help their daughters dress modestly?

Teen Girls at Risk

A recent study by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that at least one in four girls between the ages of 14 and 19 nationwide is infected with a sexually transmitted disease...

Preparing for Your Child's Teen Years

Every child is unique and will respond to the teenage years differently. But there are a couple key commitments you as a parent can make that will help guide your child through the teen years successfully...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • April 04, 2008 |
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In Praise of Purity

We must do a better job of instilling in young people a healthy fear - born from an awe of God's Word - of violating their God-given human dignity...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |
  • March 27, 2008 |
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College Students and Privacy: Do Your Homework

As a mother of two sons in college, it's more than disturbing to hear college faculty announce that they cannot give me any information about my sons without my sons' permission. The truth is, there are circumstances under which a school can release information - even without student consent.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 25, 2008 |
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Real Solutions to Teen Pregnancy

“It’s difficult to really be abstinent until marriage because it’s a lot of different things pulling at you when you’re a teenager.” No, that’s not Jamie Lynn Spears talking...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 18, 2008 |
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Self-Mutilation: Teens and Cutting

Kids that cut themselves come from all walks of life, from all backgrounds, and from every type of family you can think of. What was once confined to mental hospitals has for teens become a new way of coping and has entered the mainstream of discussion among our teens.

When Teens Shatter Your Dreams

God promises glory on the other side of this struggle if we will commit our way (and our teenager) to Him.

The Benefits of Participating in Pageants

Why would a modest homeschool girl want to be in a pageant? Read her story of transformation from a painfully shy wallflower to a confident contestant.

  • Chantelle Wright |
  • January 28, 2008 |
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