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Talking to Your Children About the Post-Roe Era

No doubt, by now you have heard that last Friday the Supreme Court released Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, striking down Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey and returning the issue of abortion to be...

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Attacks on the Family

Society is falling apart, largely due to the decades-long predation of Marxist-feminism on masculinity, particularly married fatherhood. According to Dr. Pat Fagan, director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute, this attack resulting...

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Teaching Internet Safety

Enough Is Enough reminds us that June is Internet Safety Month! According the the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, 40% of kids in grades 4-8 reported they had at some point connected with a stranger online. Of those, 53% had revealed...

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Jason Evert: Finding Love as a Child of Divorce

Unfortunately, divorce is very common today and children often pay the price. Too many children of divorced parents lose their own faith in marriage altogether. Many grow up wanting to get married someday, but they feel the odds are stacked against...

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When Life is Too Heavy: Corrie Ten Boom

The following is an excerpt from The Hiding Place, an autobiography by Corrie Ten Boom. In this chapter of the book, she recounts a conversation with her father that has very real applications today. "So the line had stuck in my head....

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Generations of Fatherhood

Positive relationships build a legacy that spans generations, especially when it comes to fathers and sons! A 2018 study looked at the quality of relationships between fathers and sons and how that quality was transmitted across...

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Talking to Students About Violence

Hundreds gathered on Tuesday to commemorate the lives of the 19 children and two teachers killed after a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. In the aftermath of the tragic event, many are left to reconcile their grief and...

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Attachment to Both Mother & Father Predicts Emotional Regulation

Emotional regulation is an important developmental milestone for young children. Emotional regulation is defined by a child’s ability to balance emotions so that he or she can successfully engage in a new task at hand. A 2021 longitudinal...

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Kids Need Good Literature

In recent years, we have seen many children's books being published that are pushing a worldview that opposes Christianity. From A is for Activist to Heather Has Two Mommies, the culture is fighting for our children's hearts,...

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Spring Cleaning Your Media

Springtime is in full swing—as is spring cleaning! While many families clean out their homes, cars and garages, you might consider giving your family's media consumption a spring cleaning and continue to protect your kids from the dangers...

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