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Be Wary of Graduation Speakers

"I have never let my schooling interfere with my education." -- Mark Twain

How to Explore Careers after Graduation

Highschoolers should learn all they can about different careers via online research and then identify areas that interest them.

My Imaginary Commencement Speech: Five Graduation Myths to Avoid

It is time for me to step down, and for you to step up, into this grand adventure called life. May your awareness of these five graduation myths keep you from stumbling on the way.

Preparing Young People for College: God's Not Dead

Do your college-age kids know that reports of God’s death, to paraphrase Mark Twain, are greatly exaggerated? Stay tuned to BreakPoint.

God's Advice for Graduates

Nearly two million students are graduating from college this month. Let's think about this in light of Scripture.

One Third of Millennials Regret Going to College

An indication of how burdensome student loans have become: About one third of millennials say they would have been better off working, instead of going to college and paying tuition.

This is Our Time Uses Post-College to Examine God's Timing

The suffering young characters function as role models for building meaningful lives and making choices that let them sleep at night.

7 Tips for Graduating Singles

After graduation, reality begins to sink in: for the first time in their lives, unmarried young adults are considered “single.”

Wisdom for Grads and Dads

Wisdom is one of the most valuable possessions you will ever acquire during your adventure on earth.

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A Tribute to Graduates
A Tribute to Graduates

Graduation is an important rite of passage for both students and parents. It's a time to reflect on the journey that brought us here, as well as affirm to graduates that our faith, love and support will never end. Mark Harris's song "Find Your Wings" captures these deeply-felt sentiments that accompany graduation. Buy it here:

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Graduation Day's New Start

May, the month of dreams, the month of new beginnings for students across America, is now upon us. This stage in life -- whatever that may be -- finally is finished and the next one can begin. But what lies ahead?

The College Bubble: Why Tuition Costs are Exploding

Tuition and fees at public four-year schools have jumped by 25 percent in just the last three years. Unfortunately, the trends are even more worrisome for Christian higher education.

The Missing Word at Graduation

The current allergy to religion in public occasions helps strip both life cycle events and education of their deepest meaning.

Should Your Student Take a Gap Year?

Homeschool high schoolers have nothing to fear when it comes to college admissions. Most colleges are clear in their support of both homeschooled and gap-year students. So relax--and feel confident as you and your teens decide what is right for them...

Graduation Day!

This week's iPod Devotional is a very personal praise.

Throwing an Inexpensive Graduation Party

Budgets are tight right now, but that doesn't mean parents can't throw their graduates a memorable graduation party...

Money Lessons for New Grads

Most of my money lessons have come about by making mistakes. Graduates, I'd like to spare you the pain.

Discerning Your Calling: The Influence of Others

For better or worse, our family and friends influence our biggest decisions about our life calling. We need to learn to hear God's voice among all the other voices around us...

Life after College: Become a Financially Savvy 20-Something

The challenges today's 20-somethings face may be different than a previous generation’s — but, probably no worse. Here are some things I wish someone had told me in my 20's...

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