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The Ultimate Reality: American Teens Experience Persecution In Vietnam

Last year, eight teens traveled to Vietnam to witness firsthand the persecution of Christians in the Asian nation. Their adventure was captured on film and is available now on DVD from The Voice of the Martyrs.

Potter Mania: Should Christian Kids Read Harry Potter?

The big question many parents have is: Should their kids be reading novels about wizards and witches and magic?

Mad About Harry

The Harry Potter books and movies have divided Christians into two camps: those who see author J.K. Rowling’s work as dangerous, and those who place the stories in the fantasy camp along with Lewis Carroll, Roald Dahl, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 01, 2007 |
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What Parents Need to Know About MySpace.com

More than 100 million teens across America use networking sites like MySpace.com to communicate with each other online. Here's information every parent should know...

Myths and Facts about Alcohol Consumption

There are several myths about alcohol consumption that contribute to some parents and teens having a false sense of security about drinking.

  • Stephen Arterburn and Jim Burns |
  • July 04, 2007 |
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Alcohol and Your Teen

If you can get your children through their teen years drug free, their lives are almost guaranteed to be free from chemical abuse.

  • Stephen Arterburn & Jim Burns |
  • June 25, 2007 |
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Now and Not Yet: Helping Your Kids Embrace Purity in Their 20's

Instead of teaching our kids, "You'll just need to practice this discipline for a few years," we need to instill in them habits of a long road of obedience, in this and all other aspects of life.

The Rebirth of Dinner Dialogues

I believe one of the best ways to counteract today's cultural decay is recapturing the family 'dinner time' discussions.

Missional in my Neighborhood

I love questions that seek to create opportunities to share the simple love of Jesus...

It's Report Card Time

The school year is rapidly ending, and final report cards are coming. We as parents are all too ready to step in and take either the credit or the blame for where our children are...

Has Abstinence Education Failed?

A recent study suggests abstinence education is an ineffective approach to protecting our teens. S. Michael Craven takes a closer look at what works and what doesn't...

Curtailing Campus Crime

As we pray for strength for the families who have lost loved ones, we have to ask: After the coffins are lowered and the orations read, what then?

Hope for Parents of Struggling Teens

If you’re the parent of a struggling teen, you may be sinking into despair. No matter how hard your teen is struggling right now, though, there is hope.

What Drives Arguments with Your Teen?

What is actually driving the arguments you have with your teenager? The answer may surprise you...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • March 09, 2007 |
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Softening Your Teen's Hardened Heart

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • February 01, 2007 |
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Setting the Bar High Enough for Our Children

As a mom, I must remind my son that eventually, the bar will get too high. It always happens in the high jump, and it happens in the other areas of life, too. Except one.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • December 27, 2006 |
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What Daughters Need from Dads

  • Ken R. Canfield, Ph.D. |
  • December 13, 2006 |
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