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Summer Bucket List

Now that Independence Day is behind us, only half the summer season remains! Planning for an intentional end of summer is a great investment for your family. Download a free, printable Summer Family Bucket List template and start...

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Keeping Your Kids & Babysitters Safe Online

Many families rely on babysitters more during the busy summer months. As babysitters are coming into your home, it is important to take a few steps to best protect against dangerous technology entering into your home.   Make a Tech Plan for...

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Netflix, Play Something

Since April, Netflix has been testing the Play Something feature on millions of users. This feature allows users to let Netflix's algorithm automatically pick something to watch based on what is on that user's watchlist. While this...

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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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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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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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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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Fathers Religiosity Impacts Adolescent Behavior

A 2020 World Health Organization study examined the relationship between adolescents’ religious faith and worship and health-risk behavior. Researchers studied a sample of 13,377 Czech pre-teens and teenagers ages 11-15. The...

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Protecting Your Teen from Online Predators

Gen Z spends more time online than any other generation. With that comes increased dangers from online predators. While you may have had conversations with your teen about online dangers, it is important to revisit the topic and check-in with teens...

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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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