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Discernment: A cure for Bieber Fever

Discernment: A cure for Bieber Fever

By Megan Dunham
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Culture | My oldest daughter was one of many recipients of a mass email this week that said this: 90% of girls all around America would cry if Justin Bieber were about

Safe at home

Safe at home

By Megan Dunham
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Family | As my family is preparing for our upcoming move this summer, we spent the better part of this spring break week checking out our new locale, getting a feel…

Life is a highway

Life is a highway

By Megan Dunham
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Family | The last time we made a major state-to-state move our oldest child was just 6 and our youngest 18 months. When we told the girls we were moving back then,

Good grief

Good grief

By Megan Dunham
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Family | For a variety of reasons, our family said good-bye yesterday to a trio of 7-year-old cats: Ricky, Lucy, and Ethel. These cats were with our family for two…

A daughter's security in her dad

A daughter's security in her dad

By Megan Dunham
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Family | This past Saturday my husband turned 40. For his birthday we drove through the latest St. Louis snowstorm to a pre-screening of Gnomeo and Juliet . Sounds like a…

Unplayed snow

Unplayed snow

By Megan Dunham
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Family | We were on our way home from homeschool P.E. today when, while stopped at a red light, my 7-year-old noticed the building to our left. This building, a bank,

The language of lament

The language of lament

By Megan Dunham
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Family | It is so easy to be affected by the suffering all around us. And to some extent we should be, shouldn't we? We are to weep with those who weep and mourn with…

In defense of the cookbook

In defense of the cookbook

By Megan Dunham
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Technology | Earlier this month, Lauren Winner, an author and assistant professor at Duke Divinity School, wrote an article for Books and Culture on why she still uses…

Redeeming Santa Claus

Redeeming Santa Claus

By Megan Dunham
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Family | I grew up believing in Santa. There are many photos of me through the years sitting with my older sister and a variety of jolly old men with long white beards…

A teachable moment in personal responsibility

A teachable moment in personal responsibility

By Megan Dunham
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Family | My sixth-grader is in the youth group at our church, which meets every other Sunday evening. While I've yet to attend one of their meetings, I'm told the…

The selling point

The selling point

By Megan Dunham
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Education | The Chronicle of Higher Education recently ran an article titled "The Shadow Scholar: The man who writes your students' papers tells his story." The editor's…

Those pesky homeschoolers

Those pesky homeschoolers

By Megan Dunham
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Education | Early last month, Tom Stein, senior pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Ind., wrote an article for the Palladium-Item titled "What do we do with…

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