The Commitment to Wait

Research has proven that when a commitment to wait is attached to something beyond ourselves, we are more likely to find success in waiting. We are also more likely to recover well if things don't go as planned. Many of us have seen the videos...

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The Tech-Wise Family

Making conscientious choices about technology in our families is more than just using internet filters and determining screen time limits for our children. It's about developing wisdom, character and courage in the way we use digital media rather...

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Tools to Assess Curriculum In Your Local School District

Radical sex education programs are one of the greatest assaults on our nation's children. Because these programs are often presented to children without parental consent, identifying and assessing the curriculum used in your...

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The Best 2021 Resolution

As the new year quickly approaches, it is time for you to think about changes you want to make for 2021. While most resolutions revolve around self improvement, we want to suggest something different. The best resolution is to make time for...

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Perceived Gender Roles: 1946-2018

A 2019 study published by the American Psychological Association examined the differences in men and women and the way they perceive these roles from 1946 to 2018. The study classified predominant gender traits into three roles: communal,...

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Netflix Best Practices

2020 has been the year of streaming-the good, bad and ugly. In 2020, Netflix added a couple new parental control settings, but it is still possible for kids to access inappropriate and explicit content.  If you have Netflix, it is...

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Mastercard and Visa Quit Pornhub

After years of being on the National Center on Sexual Exploitation's "Dirty Dozen List", Mastercard and Visa are severing ties with Pornhub. The New York Times recently ran an investigation on Pornhub's...

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What's Under Your Tree?

Do you really know what's under your Christmas tree?  Many parents, with no intention of harm, will gift their children their first laptop, tablet or phone without equipping them with the tools needed to prepare for the online world....

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Three Gifts of Christmas

It's Christmas! But the king and queen have a problem; their precious daughter has become spoiled. With this in mind, they decide that this Christmas will be different. The king and queen choose to give their child only...

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Age-Appropriate Christmas Activities

Direct your family back to the true meaning of the Christmas season with these fun, age-appropriate activities to focus on and celebrate Jesus - Emmanuel, God who is with us. Ages 0-3 Avoid making Christmas a...

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Supreme Court Victory for Religious Liberty

Recently, there was a major victory for religious liberty at the US Supreme Court. Earlier this year, after months of total shutdown in the state of New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo began opening his state back up. The problem is that he did so in a...

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Lust Is Boring: Ask Jason Anything

  You don't want to miss Jason Evert's recent Lust is Boring podcast episode. Listen, or watch the recording above, as Evert answers questions from listeners about the ins and outs of...

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Government Funding Supports Sex Ed Text Hotline

While many parents teach their children not to talk to or give their phone number to strangers, the state of Virginia is soliciting children for the purpose of responding to a sex education text line.  That's right, there are at least ten...

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Impact The Generation of Tomorrow

Young people are constantly surrounded by messages promoting a “hook-up culture” grounded in the pursuit of instant gratification. Social media and television are slowly distorting the meaning of love and commitment. Our culture is...

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You Have The Power To Inspire Virtue

Pornhub Releases Sex Education Program

With many schools closed as a result of the pandemic, many children are being exempted from the radical sex education indoctrination they would otherwise be subjected to in public schools. To make sure their "education" is still available,...

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The Value of Social Science Synthesis

Recently, Dr. Pat Fagan of the MARRI Research Institute, wrote a blog arguing for the synthesis of social sciences. Cultures have always expressed the centuries-accumulated wisdom of peoples and resulted in a taboo-enforced norms, shaping...

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Reclaiming the Smart Phone

Are you ready to take back control of the smartphone in your life? You don't have to do this alone. Whether it is for yourself, your teen or your entire family, it is vital that you learn to use your devices in a way that honors God and that you...

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Washington State Passes Radical Sex Education

Last week, voters approved comprehensive sex education (CSE) in the state of Washington. Last March, Washington Governor, Jay Inslee, signed SB-5395 into law, mandating CSE for grades K-12. However, due to tremendous opposition, it...

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Podcast: Teaching Our Kids a Biblical Worldview of Sexuality

We used to say, "If you don't talk to your kids about sex, someone else will." These days, there is no more "if" about it! Whether it's a movie, social media, or a friend at school, you can count on something or...

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