Sully: In Theaters Now

Sully, in theaters now, shares the events that took place on January 15, 2009 when the world witnessed the “Miracle on the Hudson.” Captain Sully Sullenberger saved the lives of all 155 passengers aboard gliding his disabled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hudson River. In the public eye Sully was a hero; however, the investigation […]

African American Teens Embrace Abstinence

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently reported African-American teens are embracing abstinence. The percentage of African-American teens who chose abstinence rose from 18.5 in 1991 to 51.5 percent in 2015. The rise in sexual abstinence was even greater among males. Research has also indicated that the number of American teens who have not […]

Myth: Porn is Just “Adult” Entertainment

Matt Fradd, founder of theporneffect.com, was recently featured in the Huffington Post offering neurological insight on how viewing pornography medically effects the brain. Indulging in porn and other forms of commercial sex are hardly befitting of the adjective “adult.” “Don’t be fooled,” Fradd says, “actions speak louder than words-even when those words are five feet high, written neon, […]

Dear Future Husband

At the age of twelve, Jordan Lee wrote a letter to her future husband telling him of her commitment to save herself only for him. In her recent blog post, Jordan admits that her 12-year-old promise proved challenging as she got older. “That sounds like a pretty easy gig at 12 before puberty and cute boys […]

Chipotle Unsuccessfully Turns to Sex and Drugs

It is no secret that after the major food chain Chipotle Mexican Grill announced their E. coli outbreak they needed a new way to attract wary customers. The franchise closed for a day after the incident to train staff on food safety. As an apology for closing its doors, the franchise offered free burritos to […]

Screen Time: Quantity vs Quality

  Schools in many parts of the country have started providing and using laptops and iPads as early as elementary school. There is no doubt that these devices can have a positive impact on a child’s learning experience. A child can benefit greatly by listening to music and engaging in structured learning activities on electronic […]

Care Net 2016

Thank you to all who stopped by the Abstinence Clearinghouse booth! Our team was blessed by all the individuals we met and conversations shared.                   

Activist and Author Phyllis Schlafly

Eagle Forum founder and President Phyllis Schlafly passed away at the age of 92 on Monday. Her passion and persistence as a pro-life activist, defender of family and strong conservative values will go unmatched. Donald Trump released a statement Monday evening. The statement read, “Phyllis Schlafly is a conservative icon who led millions to action, […]

Flirting on Social Media

Flirting over social media has become a trend among many teens. This new form of flattery fueled by emojis, likes, and comments, is now a means of increasing teen self-esteem. Posting selfies and staged photos has now become a “norm”. Wired.com recently reported that young adults receiving less than their desired amount of “likes” on an […]

President of Heartbeat International Visits

Last week, we were able to welcome President of Heartbeat International, Jor-El Godsey. Jor-El has served the pregnancy help movement since 1988 and is dedicated to equipping and encouraging others in the pregnancy help community. We are thankful for our many partners working to strengthen training and prevention programs internationally.