Child Protection League Event

Join us in attending the Child Protection League event, Hijacking Their Minds, on September 26, 2017 in Bloomington, Minnesota. Learn from expert speakers Stella Morabito and Dr. Karen R. Effrem as they unmask the radical, child endangering trends in education. The event will discuss how ‘safe schools’ and social emotional learning (SEL) indoctrinate our children. Click HERE to register before […]

Pulling Funds From Teen Pregnancy Programs

The Trump administration has pulled $213.6 million from teen pregnancy prevention programs. The decision, made by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will end five-year grants awarded by the Obama administration. “The funding cuts to teen pregnancy programs is a step in the right direction,” Abstinence Clearinghouse Founder Leslee Unruh told American Family News. […]

Modesty: Whole vs. Parts

“It’s my body. I can do what I want with it. It’s a man’s fault if he doesn’t have the control in his mind to respect me, regardless of what I wear.” These are some of the statements many women give in response to the question of modesty. Addressing the importance of modesty, especially to […]

Becoming Numb

Unfortunate individuals born with a certain rare neurological disorder, congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis (CIPA), undergo rather unique, burdensome symptoms. For example, one could place his hand on a stove-top, burn his hand, but not even notice or feel the fact that the stove burns his hand. In an article by TIME magazine, What Every Generation Gets Wrong About Sex, Rachel Hills quotes […]

Recalculating a Mindset of Consumption

When was the last time you told your child “no” when they asked for something in the store, or advised him or her to wait before clicking the “purchase” button? As parents of teens with over  $258 billion a year in disposable income, what can we do to help them counter this culture of consumption and instant […]

Summer Slang

Do you feel equipped to understand your teens’ vernacular? Netsanity published an excellent infographic that categorizes current teen slang into three categories: “Fun and Harmless,” “Keep an Eye On” and “Warning Flags.” Below you will find a list of six slang terms you may find yourself hearing by this summer. Hundo P: short for 100% sure or certain Gucci: […]

‘No’ Is a Love Word

“The most important revolution in the last century has been the sexual revolution,” stated Mark Dever, pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C. “It is in this revolution, simple changes instigated profound effects. Contraception replaced conception, and the “price” of sexual activity seemingly dropped dramatically. Pleasure was separated from responsibility… It was as […]

Teen Vogue Has Crossed the Line Again

This week gave further evidence into the reality that the creators of the magazine Teen Vogue are competing for the hearts and minds of young women. The magazine, created for teen girls, published an article last Friday that gave explicit instructions on how to be sodomized. The article, Anal Sex: What You Need to Know, teaches young women […]

Creating a World Without Sexual Exploitation

    The congressional briefing, Creating a World Without Sexual Exploitation: How Consumer Demand Drives the Commercial Sex Trade and What We Can Do About It, will be delivered this Friday, July 14, 2:30-4:00pm ET, at the U.S. Capitol Visitor’s Center, South Congressional Meeting Room. According to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE), “The event will feature […]

Considering Commitment

At the age of 21, Lily Maley found herself pregnant and alone. After realizing the father of her child had no intention of parenting, Lily made a conscious decision to focus on her faith and young daughter. “Being a mom changed my perspective about love and about life itself. It brought me closer to God […]