Many weddings today are filled with fun and creative elements to make a couple’s special day memorable for all who attend. One bride from Australia decided to make her day memorable by using donuts instead of flowers for her and her bridesmaid’s bouquets! Click here to see her delicious and beautiful bouquet!

Dating apps, television shows and social media has lowered the bar when it comes to commitment. In a culture where first dates have become more casual, it is more important than ever to set clear expectations when going on a first date. So what’s the difference between going out for coffee and going to dinner? Moral

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  Setting goals, personal or professional, is a great way to lead a purposeful life. Many times these goals include things like buying a house, maintaining a successful career or saving for retirement. But what about setting goals as a parent? Here are a few questions for parents (or soon to be parents) to consider

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This month, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned against the consequences related to tattoos and piercings. Researchers suggest that both parents and doctors should talk intentionally about the dangers of tattoos and piercings with teens and young adults. By starting the conversation early, teens are aware of the dangers before they are able to make decisions about

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Focus on the Family President and author Jim Daly overcame the challenges of his upbringing to become a good father to his two sons despite the reality that he grew up with an absent father. According to Daly, more than 40 percent of America’s children are being raised in a fatherless home. In his broadcast, Striving

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Many volunteers walk through the doors of non-profits having expectations. According to one study, those expectations can be summed up with the word “GIVERS” (see acronym, right). Click HERE to learn ten ways that you can incorporate all of these expectations into your volunteer program.

According to Shannon Ethridge, anyone, no matter how smart, popular or religious can develop a sexual addiction. In her book Every Young Woman’s Battle Ethridge outlines six facts about women and masturbation: 1. Masturbation is a problem for both men and women. 2. If you are tempted to masturbate, it does not mean that you are a

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When Ashley Bever asked to see her 11-year-old child’s sex education curriculum the instructor was reluctant. Bever told WORLD Magazine of her shock as she read what was being taught in the San Diego public school that her daughter attended. Several times the curriculum, Rights, Respect, Responsibility, instructs middle school students that they can self-refer to a clinic “like

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Parenting and discipling teens can be stressful, frustrating, intimidating, and draining. Axis, an organization dedicated to partnering with parents to disciple students into lifelong faith, has designed a free online summit for parents looking to connect on a deeper level with their teens. We understand that staying aware of what is influencing teens is not necessarily an easy,

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