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Raising a Culture Wise Family

Posted on May 12, 2014 in

by Dr. Ted Baehr Many Christian parents are concerned about the influence of media violence on their children. The good news is that there are effective ways to teach your children to be media-wise. As the director of the TV Cente…

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Posted on May 12, 2014 in

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To All the Moms

Posted on May 10, 2014 in

by Kerri Pomarolli  To all the moms out there that wrap their three-year-olds in baby blankets because you know they will be your last child, this is for you. I get it now. We spend so much effort pushing our firstborns to walk a…

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Making Do

Posted on May 9, 2014 in

by Dianne Neal Matthews  While I was growing up, my mother made almost all of my clothes. She often visited a basement fabric store that offered some bargain fabrics for a penny an inch. One spring when I was in the eighth grade…

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Mother’s Day Apology

Posted on May 8, 2014 in

This Sunday I’ll be experiencing my very first Mother’s Day as a parent. But before that special day gets here I’d like to make a formal apology. A big, fat, red-faced, groveling apology to mothers everywhere. Because while …

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Settling In

Posted on May 6, 2014 in

by Cynthia Ruchti My life as a nomad began when I was eight days old. My father boarded the ship for transport to serve in the Korean Conflict two days after I squalled my way into the world. Mom and I boarded a plane from Califo…

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First Sign of Something New

Posted on May 1, 2014 in

by Christine Lindsay As the snow flies each winter, I keep an eagle eye on my garden, looking for that first bright yellow sign of spring—the forsythia bush. One of my favorite gardening tips—when the forsythia blooms, it’s …

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The Last E-Mail

Posted on April 29, 2014 in

by Laurie Alice Eakes Born with an eye condition that didn’t allow me to read much, I relied on recorded, braille, or read-to-me books. Prior to computers and scanners, most of my schoolbooks had to be read to me, and that task …

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