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God, Our Father

God, Our Father The first thing that Jesus gave to His disciples as a model for their prayers is a portrait of God. John records, “No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in … Read More

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Mothers of Successful Children

Being Mothers of Successful Children Robert R. Taylor, Jr., in his work “Christ in the Home,” speaks of the unique role of motherhood. He says that the child whom a mother brings into the world “will in a few years … Read More

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Children with Religion

Why I’m Rearing My Children WITH Religion Several months ago, I read an article entitled, “Why I’m Raising My Kids without Religion,”1 and my problem with the article began right with its title. First, parents may raise corn, raise the … Read More

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Sex Education & Children

Want to know why porn is so popular among 12-year-olds? [Warning: The following article contains graphic words—but nothing our children are not getting in their sex ed. classes.] I would normally apologize for using graphic language in an article—but friends, … Read More

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Pagan Children

Pagan Children in a Christian Home? Every imperfect and normal family wants their children to turn out right. So, we establish goals for character development and try to create an environment where our children can mature. Church, school, sports teams, … Read More

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