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  Today’s culture is bringing an unhealthy sexualization to our kids at a younger and…

Splink 1: What Do You Love? After dinner, set the timer for three minutes and…

  Trending Today on Twitter – 8/25/17 1. #TheTick 2. Gary Cohn 3. #IfComedyDidntExist 4….

I remember my father once telling me, “It’s dangerous to live.” What he meant was…

August is Special Needs Parents Appreciation Month. My friend and fellow dedicated mother, Sandra Peoples,…

  *The following is excerpted from an online article posted on PsychCentral.   Emerging research…

Posted by Reggie Joiner | Hannah is our first-born daughter, and she has a lot…

  You’re never prepared for it – for that moment on your weekly (tri-weekly) trip…

  Third grade is a year of beautiful discovery and soul-shaping challenges. It’s a season…

  Latasha Morrison, the founder of Be The Bridge, says reconciliation in a racially divided…

August 22, 2017By Walt Mueller Yesterday’s solar event clearly points to the amazing realities of…

  In our last post, we talked about how girls learn differently than boys. As we noted…

What We’re Learning Aug 27-Sept 10th: Nothing can bring out the crazy in you quite…

  “My favorite times of the day are lunch and P.E.”   “The hardest parts…

Splink 1: Every Day Counts Keep a family time log for a couple of days….

  In light of the events in Charlottesville, many parents are reacting with uncertainty on…

  Trending Today on Twitter – 8/18/17 1. #FlashbackFriday 2. Tina Fey 3. #AtlasV 4….

  Jeff Henderson, lead pastor of Atlanta-area Gwinnett Church joins us to talk about how…

The transition from summertime to back-to-school can happen so quickly that we’re already in our…

  Ninth grade is a year of awakening. It’s like the moment when . ….

  As summer comes toward an end and the prospect of the school year looms…

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