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A shovel-ready job

A shovel-ready job

By Amy Henry
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Parenting | On a recent blistering Kansas day, a group of students and teachers are re-mulching an impossibly long walking path as part of our weekly school workday. The…

Why Christian education

Why Christian education

By Jim Drexler
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Education | Training and nurturing covenant children while preparing them for ‘works of service’

Ramped up refrigerator issue

Ramped up refrigerator issue

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | When life was simple, here was the moral question: As adult children visiting our parents at the old homestead where we grew up, is it OK for us to march…

Slaving over a hot theme

Slaving over a hot theme

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Family | The name Amanda Marcotte should sound familiar to WORLD readers. She’s the one whose strident defense of abortion (which sounded like an attack on humanity)

Missing children

Missing children

By Bethany E. Starin
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Family | With dashed hopes and dreams, infertile couples embark on an often misunderstood journey

Parenting troubled teens

Parenting troubled teens

By Jen Hatmaker
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Parenting | Reassuring Mom and Dad that they are not alone in their struggles

Philosophical inoculation

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | The best defense for children against bad ideas, says Jay Richards, is measured exposure

You filled my mailbox

You filled my mailbox

By Joel Belz
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WORLD | Now I’d like to fill yours as well!

A matter of seeing

A matter of seeing

By Marvin Olasky
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Education | Christian schooling is about much more than behavior or information

The power of words in the life of a single mom

The power of words in the life of a single mom

By Angela Lu
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Pro-Life Reality | Megan Dancisak shares what not to say to a mother who’s trying her hardest on her own

Teachers track student behavior with swipes and clicks

Teachers track student behavior with swipes and clicks

By Emily Scheie
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Education | Parents once relied on parent-teacher conferences or a call from the principal to learn about their children’s conduct in class. Grades record…

Becoming free indeed

Becoming free indeed

By Jeff Koch
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Faith & Inspiration | The Fourth of July is a great day to celebrate freedom—from the Redcoats, of course. But on this Independence Day I also celebrate freedom from delusion—a…

 
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