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Summer Vacation Lessons in Light

It’s that time of year again when children head back to school and teachers ask students to write a paper explaining what they did on summer vacation. I’ve often thought that it would be advantageous for teachers to take this request one step further: In addition to having students write

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Free as a Butterfly

I have a precious friend that lovingly speaks truth into my life as well as the lives of countless others. God provided to her the following insight and she graciously is allowing me to share it with you. As butterflies flutter by, they often capture the attention of children. Have

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Setting Boundaries for Your Children

Sometimes a parent’s boundaries are misunderstood by their children. Sound familiar? For example, a mother lovingly places her toddler in a car seat, knowing it’s the best way to keep him safe. Yet, the toddler finds the seat restraining and struggles to set himself free. A father carefully builds a

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Q&A: Gaining Victory Over Low Self-Esteem

Helping your young person understand and walk in her true identity in Christ will enable her to experience the freedom and confidence that knowing Him brings.

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For Parents Who Desire Success

If you are a parent who desires to see your child achieve personal spiritual success, you will train him according to the Bible’s definition of success.

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Q&A: Guiding Young Adult Children in Relationships

My daughter is in her second year of college and has been seeing a young man that she is crazy about. She has told us that he is a Christian, but his behavior is causing her father and me to be concerned. Please help.

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Terms of Agreement

It isn’t uncommon these days while applying for a debit card or making a simple Internet purchase to first be presented with specific terms set by those in charge — often subject to change without notice. God’s terms have existed for over 3,000 years and remain consistent to this day.

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Becoming Deprogrammed

Allowing your child to recognize purpose through God’s written word has the potential to develop his or her identity in Christ—having an eternal effect.

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Preventing the Yo-Yo Effect

Have you ever watched a person proficient with a yo-yo? The plastic disc travels quickly in a series of multiple directions all the while hanging by a thread. This image, at times, can remind me of an adolescent. One little push can quickly set their thoughts in a multitude of

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A Game Changer

There are less than two minutes left in the fourth quarter of the football game and the team I’ve been rooting for, during the entire game, remains behind by four points. The opposing team has the ball and with every dwindling second it appears that they will once again be

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