ComCast Drops MindGeek

ComCast (also known as Xfinity) Cable recently made the decision to cut all ties with MindGeek, scrubbing them from their services. MindGeek is the parent company to exploitative pornography giant, PornHub. National Center on Sexual Exploitation...

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Communicating Digital Citizenship With Teens

As the Supreme Court prepares to issue a ruling in the case Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L., students, parents and school districts alike have their eyes on the precedent that will be set regarding free speech. The case sprang into action...

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Scrolling Encouragement

Are you looking for another way to have the Abstinence Clearinghouse in your life on a more regular basis? Our team has been working hard to create uplifting content for our Instagram followers throughout each week. Be encouraged in abstinence,...

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Modest, Not Hottest

We have all heard the phrase "Modest is Hottest". But there is more to authentic modesty than a catchphrase. On a recent episode of Lust is Boring, Jason Evert sat down with Leah Darrow, a former America’s Next Top...

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Family Movie Night: Finding You

As movie theaters re-open, it may be time for a family movie outing. It can be difficult to find movies for your family to watch that reflect your values. But if your family is craving a night out at the movie theater, be sure to check...

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Montana Establishes New Sex Education Requirements

Senate Bill 99 passed in the state of Montana allowing parents of K-12 children to opt out of sex education courses. The bill states that schools must annually notify parents if their child is going to be exposed to sex education in an assembly,...

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Preparing Your Child For College

As a student prepares to leave for college, it is common for parents to worry about their son or daughter being on their own for the first time. Once your student leaves for college, it can become one of the most challenging times as a...

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Celebrating Motherhood in All Life's Seasons

This Mother's Day follows a year spent navigating unique, unforeseen circumstances. There is no doubt this year has highlighted the beauty and importance of sacrificial motherhood. One could argue that motherhood is the most "essential"...

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Transforming Gratitude in Relationships

Gratitude is vital to living a happy and fulfilled life. Over the course of nine years, three different studies examined the impact gratitude had on relationships, specifically romantic relationships. A 2019 study from Germany looked at whether...

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Dirty Dozen 2021: Wish

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation announced that Wish is on the 2021 Dirty Dozen List, a list of mainstream companies that are major facilitators of sexual exploitation in the United States. Wish is a...

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Remembering Dr. Judith Reisman

Renowned researcher, author, historian and teacher Dr. Judith Reisman left this earth for her heavenly home on Friday, April 9, 2021. Dr. Reisman dedicated much of her career to successfully laying the foundations for exposing the harm of...

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School COVID-19 Health Survey Included Questions About Sexuality

Parents in Washington state were surprised to learn that a COVID-19 health survey issued to students without parental consent included inappropriate questions about sexuality and gender. The survey, issued to students in grades 6-12,...

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Money and Family Values

Scripture is filled with examples of riches being detrimental to a relationship with Christ. 1 Timothy 6:10 says, "The love of money is a root of all kinds of evil." Materialism and instant gratification are so prevalent in our society. It...

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Addicted to Dating

Jason Matthew recently wrote a blog for the Chastity Project sharing about his struggle with an addiction to dating. After college, he quickly fell into a routine with dating apps, dates, sex, repeat. This lifestyle left him feeling empty...

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Defining Generation Z

Generation Z (Gen Z) is quite a unique generation. Gen Z has grown up in a time with adversity that very different from any of the generations before them. Tim Elmore put together a list of ten characteristics to help adults understand the...

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Attachment Style and Brain Connectivity in Children

A 2021 study looked at attachment styles in children and how they affect brain connectivity. An attachment style, secure or insecure, is formed through interactions with a parent or main caregiver during the first three years of life and...

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Celebrating Easter

Holy Week is a time set aside to celebrate the immense sacrifice our Savior made through His death, burial and resurrection. For many, this week will consist of putting on your Sunday best, celebrating with the church body and preparing for a feast...

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What Makes You Worth Saving?

In this short video, Sam Allberry answers the question "What makes me worth saving?" This...

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11 Social Media Red Flags Parents Should Know About

Common Sense Media recently wrote a helpful and actionable article for parents titled 11 Social Media Red Flags Parents Should Know About. The article shares how parents can identify less obvious red flags like anonymity, location...

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Empowering Super Moms

Moms do so much for their families. And while many moms are "super moms," there are no "super powers" endowed when a woman becomes a mother. This is why the Dr. James Dobson Family Institute created The Empowering Moms...

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