Teaching Teens How to Treat the Opposite Sex With Dignity

In an article published by Family Life’s co-founders Dennis and Barbara Rainey, the couple explains how they would often tell their teenagers, “When you go out with someone, you’re going out with either your future mate or someone else’s future mate.” The couple found that this knowledge helped their children to treat the opposite sex […]

How to React When Your Child Has Viewed Pornography

For parents maneuvering their way through the thick fog of pornography, it can be easy to fall into despair and negativity. Parents can be angry and guilty by the fact that their child has viewed porn while the child too is ashamed and fearful of seeking counsel and healing from his or her parents. However, Protect Young Minds advocates a […]

Settling for Less

All people long to be loved, whether they acknowledge it or not. Unfortunately many men and women, coming from hurtful past relationships with their family or significant others find themselves so desperate for attention and affection that they stoop quite low to satisfy these deep longings. Yet when men and women stoop so low, as […]

Google Lobbies Against Human-Trafficking Legislation

According to an article by the National Center on Sexual Exploitaiton (NCSE), Google lobbyists are blitzing members of the U.S. Congress to stop their efforts to combat online sex trafficking by amending section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) in the respective bills S. 1693 and H.R. 1865. As currently interpreted by U.S. federal courts, Section 230 […]

Couple’s Relationship the Effects Parent-Child Relationship

Considering the need of more accounts and studies regarding mutual influence within parenting couples’ relationships, a study was conducted based on a sample of 86 heterosexual couples with a residential child between 8 and 11 years old. The study reported, “spouses with higher attachment anxiety and avoidance reported lower levels of marital adjustment, less co-parenting cooperation, and […]

Register For The 2017 Care Net Conference

Join us August 29-September 1 as we attend the 2017 Care Net Conference in Washington D.C. Stop by the Abstinence Clearinghouse booth to receive samples of our new brochures, learn about our parent programs and enter to win 100 brochures of your choice! Become an affiliate or make a product purchase at the conference and […]

Why Pornography Has No Place In The Bedroom

When writer Luke Gilkerson’s wife was eight weeks pregnant, she stumbled upon a conversation about pornography use in an online forum for pregnant women. Gilkerson was confused by the reaction women had towards their husbands increased use of pornography during their wife’s pregnancy. “To some women this was deplorable. To other women this was seen as all […]

Instant Emptiness

Imagine you are on a run on a summer morning. Not far into the three miles you intended to run, your body is already aching to stop. Everything feels heavy. The air is much hotter and thicker than you expected. A couple miles from the endpoint, all you want is to snap your fingers and […]

Support Healthy Decision Making

According to last month’s CDC National Centers for Health Statistics report, over 50% of teens have not engaged in sexual activity. This statistic is prime evidence pointing to the reality that not everyone is “doing it”. Sexual integrity is pursued by over 50% of teens in our nation; therefore, we should recognize this population of students not as […]

Broken and Beautiful

Once some one is in the depth of darkness, there often seems to be no way out, whether that be in an unplanned pregnancy or a suffocating relationship. Despite a decision or way of life being immoral and the opposite of life giving, it can sometimes seem good and pleasurable in the moment, making the […]