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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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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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Family Activities for Self-Quarantine

Social distancing is hard for both parents and children. But this can be a great opportunity for you to spend some time with your family. School-work can only fill up so much time everyday. Here are some ideas for things to do while your family is...

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2020 Guide to Gen Z Slang

Are you ever confused by something your teen says? Does it feel like you're missing some important piece of information or reference? You are not alone. Many parents, teachers and adults feel lost in the world of teen lingo. This is why Axis...

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Biology of a Father

The many ways that a woman's biology changes when she becomes pregnant are obvious. Having a child changes a woman mentally and physically. What many people often do not think about is the many ways that having a baby also changes a father. Not...

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Sexuality and Identity

Christopher Yuan is a prominent Christian teacher on sexuality and the Gospel. With a unique perspective of coming to God in the midst of pursuing homosexuality, Yuan is able to testify to God's grand, redemptive story in his own life. In his new...

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Equipping Students to be Mentally Tough

Removing hardship from students generally adds to their anxiety in the long run. According to Tim Elmore, "students begin to look outside for their remedy to stress, rather than growing some grit and learning to 'do hard things'." Rather than...

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Screens and Teens: Connecting With Our Kids In a Wireless World

  Do you catch yourself living through the lens - that is, taking so many photos with your phone or camera that you actually missed aspects of what was going on around you? Does perfectionism play into your photo-taking or your...

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Entertainment vs. Exploring

 "The world's artificial pleasures are all but evidence that the human  race has to a large extent lost its power to enjoy the true pleasures  of life, and is forced to substitute for them false and  degrading thrills." - A.W. Tozer Has...

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