Child Exploitation on Netflix

Since Netflix announced the addition of the film Cuties to it's platform in August, they have received substantial backlash. Once the movie became available for streaming, however, the outrage exploded with #CancelNetflix trending...

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We Wither Without the Most Powerful of Female Power by Dr. Pat Fagan

"Woman's natural power is so immense that without balance on the male side the human project unravels.  For his own sense of worth within the family, the man needs to be the head in a circumscribed set of decision-making areas. The...

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Federal Report Shows Substantial Decrease in Vaping Among Teens

The number of teenagers in the United States choosing to vape has fallen dramatically for the first time in three years.  According to a recent federal report, the decline was especially substantial among middle schoolers. Federal health...

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Take Care with Chromebooks

Now that the school year is officially in full swing, we are seeing just how different this year is going to be. Technology is much more prevalent, whether students are in the classroom or distance learning. Chromebooks are commonly distributed to...

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Weddings and Marriage

This year has been an interesting year to get married. Around the world, couples have been postponing or downsizing their weddings due to COVID concerns and local restrictions. While it has been stressful and a less than the ideal wedding-planning...

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Standing Against TikTok Bullies

The cruelty of social media is not something Lizzie Velasquez is unfamiliar with, due to a condition condition she has that prevents her from gaining any weight. Since a YouTube video in 2006 dubbed her "World's Ugliest Woman," Lizzie...

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Lauren Akins and Thomas Rhett on Saving Sex for Marriage

In May, Lauren Akins, the wife of country singer Thomas Rhett, released a memoir called Live in Love. In it, she shared about the decision that both she and her husband made to save sex for marriage. She wrote, "We were both virgins....

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Music for Everyone

Finding music that the whole family can enjoy is a struggle for many parents, especially when many popular artists create music that does not promote virtue. In fact, a lot of popular music directly promotes immorality rather than reflecting what is...

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Staying Safe at (Virtual) School

COVID-19 is preventing many students around the world from returning to the classroom in-person this year. While this may not be the school year anyone envisioned for their children, it is important to make the most of it by protecting...

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Embracing God's Mercies Amidst Uncertainty

As a mother herself, Jen Michel understands the pressure many parents are faced with as they prepare to educate their children from home this fall. In a recent article, she encourages parents to invite these four concepts into uncertain...

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Reels: TikTok's Newest Competitor

If you're on Instagram, odds are you've noticed a new addition to your feed: Reels. Last week, Instagram released Reels, a new feature that allows users to record and share short videos with added filters, effects and music. Sound...

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The Art of Waiting Well

Everyone is waiting for something. Whether you are waiting to hear back on a new job opportunity, an injury to heal or a baby to be born, there are things every day that we have to wait for. At Abstinence Clearinghouse, we talk a lot about waiting to...

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Teaching Sexual Integrity and Virtue

Our culture promotes a twisted view of sexuality. We live in a society that attempts to indoctrinate kids from every avenue: TV, social media, music and even public sex education. Our culture is not ashamed to talk about sex; therefore, parents...

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Preparing Your Child's Device For Fall Learning

Last fall it was estimated that 40 million students used Google Classroom and 30 million students used Chromebooks for learning. As virtual learning surged during the coronavirus pandemic, so did the use of virtual learning tools....

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It's Time to Talk About TikTok

The world renowned video streaming app TikTok has reached 800 million active users worldwide with over 2 billion downloads. Why should parents be conscious of these numbers? TikTok offers users who download the app the ability to search the app...

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Nevada v. Calvary Chapel

Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) denied the request of Calvary Church in Nevada that would have blocked the unjust infringement of religious liberty in the state of Nevada. Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak issued an...

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Poland Stands for Biblical Marriage

The European Union (EU) is in the midst of a significant financial recovery from the economic toll of COVID-19. At a recent meeting of the European Commission (EC), some leaders demanded that financial support be withheld from members of the EU that...

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Terry Crews is Right About Pornography

Terry Crews, the former football player turned actor, has long been an advocate against pornography. Recently, he has become even more outspoken about it, hosting discussions about remaining pornography-free during quarantine and defunding...

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Best of 2020: Music Streaming Apps

Music is an important part of young people's lives, and the days of CDs are long gone. Music streaming apps have become the most common way to listen to music. You've probably heard of the most common apps: Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube, and...

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Roblox Survey Suggests Positive Trend in Parent-Teen Relationships

Roblox conducted a survey of teen users to understand how they are using Roblox to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. They found that 40% of respondents felt like their online friendships had improved and 52% were...

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