A Win for Religious Liberty

Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling in favor of religious freedom. The Little Sisters of the Poor visited the nation's high court three times in the nearly ten year legal battle, and finally won back their religious...

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Increasing Marital Quality and Physical Health

A 2018 study by researchers at the University of Southern California and the University of Virginia looked at gender differences in the evaluation of marital quality. Researchers' findings indicated that women's perceptions of...

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Utah Initiates Label Law

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) recently shared the experience of Utah resident Darby Bailey who discovered her five-year-old nephew had landed on Pornhub's website accidentally, completely on his own. Tucking...

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A Father's Influence

The influence a father has on his daughter cannot be understated. The presence of a good and loving father has been shown to be a primary indicator of lifelong health and happiness for children, especially daughters. A father must be intentional...

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Teaching Children About Independence Day

As you anticipate hanging your American flag, planning a weekend at the lake and gathering with family and friends for the 4th of July, consider also taking time to talk with your children about what Independence Day means for Americans. The 4th of...

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Making Good Summer Decisions: Practice SWAP

"Instead of letting the summer 'happen,' why not practice Summer With A Purpose (SWAP)?" Tim Elmore asks readers. He suggests approaching the summer months with intention, making a plan for growth,...

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Contraception and Abortion

A 2018 study from the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice research organization, examined the use of contraception by women who had abortions between 2000 and 2014. Using data from the Abortion Patient Surveys, assessments administered to...

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New to Netflix: 365 Days

Netflix recently debuted a new explicit movie, 365 Days (rated TV-MA). Since its debut on June 7th, the film has consistently trended as the number one movie on Netflix in the United States. This is incredibly troubling, as the content of...

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Wisdom for Fathers by Boyd Bailey

                 "Where are the faithful fathers? Where can they be found? They can be found in church, on the little league ball fields, building sandcastles at the beach and on their knees in prayer...

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A Heavenly Model for Fatherhood

                                  As Father's Day approaches (June 21...don't forget!), the spotlight is once again on fathers and the vital role that they...

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Shifting Online Boundaries for Relationships

The 2019 State of Our Unions Report from the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, called iFidelity, found that today's young adults are more likely to cross online boundaries related to sex and romance and likely...

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Marijuana Use Among Teens

A recent study, published in the journal Sleep, found that teens who consume marijuana are more likely to suffer from insomnia as adults. "People tend to think that cannabis helps with sleep," said lead author Even Winiger,...

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What You Need to Know About Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are incredibly prevalent, affecting 30 million individuals in the United States each year. Technology, more specifically social media, has attempted to normalize the harm and accelerated the prevalence of eating disorders....

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Adolescent Sexual Activity and Suicide

A 2019 study published in Psychiatry Research Journal took a cross-sectional examination of 116,820 adolescents ages 12 to 15 years old from 38 countries who participated in the Global School-based Student Health Survey. The...

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Raising the Bar During COVID-19

The American College of Physicians (ACP) recently published a resource called Sexual Health in the SARS-CoV-2 Era. The publication outlines the dangerous possibility of contracting COVID-19 when engaging in sexual activity. According to the...

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Building Mental Resilience

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in widespread fear, anxiety and stress for people of all ages, especially young people. While these emotions can be overwhelming, they are normal reactions to the present...

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Inspiring a Culture of Commitment

According to a recent report from the National Center for Health Statistics, marriage has dropped to an all-time recorded low in the United States. The marriage rate in the US fell 6% in 2018, with only 6.5 new unions formed for every...

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Becoming a Servant Leader

According to John C. Maxwell, a leader is a servant leader if their "focus is on serving others rather than serving themselves or being served by others." This definition of servant leadership mirrors a Gospel-centered...

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Motherhood in the Age of COVID-19

This Mother's Day is sure to be a unique one as many families across the world are still quarantined in their homes. While COVID-19 has caused distress in our hearts, it has also highlighted the beauty and importance of sacrificial motherhood....

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TikTok App Updates Parental Controls

This year, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) added the popular social media platform, TikTok, to its annual Dirty Dozen List. The organization cited a lack of sufficient parental controls as a danger to the safety of minors. TikTok...

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