How to Find Good Friends in College: Mary's Story

It's been said you become most like the 5 people you spend the most time with. That idea is something that weighed heavily on my heart as I prepared to head off to college four years ago. The first week of school was stre

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Parenting During the College Transition

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 parent.

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Encouraging Faith in College: Mary's Story

  As a recent college graduate, it's been almost 4 years since my parents dropped me off at college. I had been counting down the days to move-in day for months. My roommate and I had planned our room in coordin

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Daughters and Dating

Many parents have seen a version of an "Application for Permission to Date My Daughter" as it is often shared on social media. For those who have not seen the application, it is a lighthearted joke that parents share to emphasize just how valuable

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Risk the Breakup

Risk is scary. Risk means leaving the safety of your comfort zone. But risk is a necessary part of life. Those who are unwilling to take risks often find themselves trapped in situations they don't want to be in. And Christians cannot be afraid of

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Sadie's Story

Sadie Robertson became famous for being the daughter of Phil Robertson, the lead on the hit TV series Duck Dynasty and a season of Dancing with the Stars. But Sadie has since made a name for herself, touring the country preaching the Gospel to

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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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The Lost Art of Civility

We live in a world where the term "pro-life" is so often equated with political affiliation. It is hard for many people to have a conversation about being pro-life without a heated debate about politics ensuing. As Christians, how are we called to

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Kindergarten Sex Education

School is almost back in session and that means that many districts are spending time updating their curriculum. The Texas Board of Education is looking at introducing sex education for students as young as kindergarten. The proposed curricula focu

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The Story Behind COPPA

Today, many parents consider 13 to be the age of adulthood on the internet. After all, PG-13 movies are for age 13 and up for a reason, right? But the reason might not be what you think. The age 13 has legal significance when it comes to the Child

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C.S. Lewis on Pursuing Chastity

In one of his most famous books, Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis gives advice on growing in the virtue of chastity that still rings true. He offers three steps for those looking to pursue a chaste life: You need to want to grow in chastity.

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New to Netflix: Stranger Things 3

Fans of the Netflix original series Stranger Things have been patiently waiting for the release of a new season since 2017. After two years, Stranger Things 3 comes out this week. With the tremendous success of the first two seasons, expectatio

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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 bo

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Happy Independence Day

Independence Day is almost here! The Fourth of July brings memories of swimming, cook-outs and fireworks. But there is much more to the holiday than these traditions. July 4, 1776 is a day that Americans commemorate annually because of the prevailing c

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Libraries Push Sexual Indoctrination

A young mind is the easiest to mold and many institutions are looking to take advantage of that. One such institution looking to impact children, and not in a positive way, is your local library. The library used to be a place where parents could a

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A Biblical Perspective in Talking to Your Teen About Sex

Axis recently released a new video series called Sex Talk 2.0 in an effort to offer ideas, guidance and support to parents looking to begin talking with their pre-teen or teenager about sex from a practical, biblical perspective. So often, conve

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6 Ideas to Give Summer Purpose

Summer is officially here! With it, parents are on the lookout for fruitful ways to fill their children's days outside the classroom. This can be a struggle, especially attempting to strike a balance between work and relaxation. But there are bet

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Teen Magazine Promotes Prostitution

Teen Vogue has long been known to publish controversial articles. Recently, Teen Vogue published an article titled Sex Work is Real Work. In it, Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng argues that because she works with reproductive and sexual health, she is no d

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Religion and Romance

It turns out that religion is good for romance. According to a recent study from the Institute for Family Studies and the Wheatley Institution, couples with shared religious values and beliefs report higher sexual satisfaction and overall relatio

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Middle School Social Media Use

By the time many students reach middle school, they are brimming with anticipation to enter the exciting world of social media. But is the adolescent mind really ready for all the drawbacks that come with modern social media? In a recent article

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