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Comprehensive Sex Education in Washington

*Please be advised, the link referenced in this article contains graphic content. In March, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed SB-5395 into law, mandating comprehensive sex education (CSE) for grades K-12. At the time of signing,...

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Newborns Need a Mother and a Father by Dr. Pat Fagan

"In marital love, touch is fundamental, thus it can be no surprise that the earliest touch experienced by a child affects all dimensions of his future life. Common sense and a knowledge of nature's ways (God's way of doing things), and...

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Effects of Parental Divorce in Childhood

A new study from Baylor University found that children whose parents divorce while they are young have lower levels of oxytocin as adults when compared to those whose parents remained married. Oxytocin is often called the "love...

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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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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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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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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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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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