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Kids’ magazine stirs the pot on homosexuality

Kids’ magazine stirs the pot on homosexuality

By Amy Henry
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Family | You know something’s wrong when your 10-year-old won’t let her 9-year-old brother read her latest copy of Stone Soup . Touted as a magazine for children ages…

Prison bars or pillars?

Prison bars or pillars?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Family | Cynics miss the point about community, parenthood, and marriage

Signs at local ballparks warn parents to play nice

By Alissa Robertson
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Parenting | We’ve all seen that parent screaming on the sidelines, getting red in the face, and threatening the referee. We may laugh and scoff, but some cities are…

Signs and Wonders: Bill Cosby wades once again into politically incorrect waters

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Cosby speaks. In a recent interview, Bill Cosby said his humor—especially his groundbreaking The Cosby Show—came from his own life experiences, and from a…

Weekend Reads: A father’s grief in miscarriages

Weekend Reads: A father’s grief in miscarriages

By Russ Pulliam
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Books | In his professional life, Shawn Collins works from the left side (logic, facts) of his brain as a Rolls-Royce engineer in Indianapolis. But as a father he’s…

NYC ad campaign: Kids ruin your life

By Aimee Stauf
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Family | “I’m twice as likely not to graduate high school because you had me as a teen.”  “Got a good job? I cost thousands of dollars each year.” Both…

When dads fail

When dads fail

By Amy Henry
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Father's Day | Several years after my parents’ divorce, a former friend of theirs called me and, in the course of our conversation, called my father a “failure.” I…

Honor your parent one and your parent two

Honor your parent one and your parent two

By La Shawn Barber
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Parenting | Do you recall the news about a proposed law in France that would ban the terms “mother” and “father” and replace them with “parents” on official…

No matter what, keep learning

No matter what, keep learning

By Amy Henry
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Education | As I’ve alluded to before, my 8-year-old, Cooper, went to school this year for the first time and had the rudest awakening of his life. Apparently, although…

Abigail and Samuel

By Daniel James Devine
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Birth | A pair of tiny twins illustrates the agonizing challenges that premature births present to parents and doctors

Womb to grow

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | The thriving practice of embryo adoption is saving little lives from destruction

Conversations with wisdom

Conversations with wisdom

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Faith & Inspiration | Your parents can introduce you to her, but you must get to know her yourself

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