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Homeschooling Multiple Grade Levels?  We Share Some Tips for Success and Sanity

  After spending much more time at home over the last few months, parents are learning more about their children – especially in regard to their learning styles – and have enjoyed working as true participants in their children’s education. If you’ve decided to move past public schooling because of […]

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School Brainwashes Girl To Refer To Herself As A Boy And Father Forced To Comply

  Counselors and teachers have long used their power and authority to indoctrinate children to support the LGBT agenda, and you won’t believe the turmoil one counselor has caused a family. One father is living a real-life nightmare after a counselor convinced his precious daughter that she’s really a boy […]

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Missing Church?  Here’s How Families Are Keeping the Faith At Home

  This year will go down in the history books as one of great struggles unlike we’ve ever seen in our lifetimes. Between the global health crisis and its economic consequences, many families are feeling the stress, including depression and anxiety due to loss of routine and activities. Many of […]

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Calm The Chaos With These 5 Tips For The Busy Mom

  Being a mom is like working Black Friday everyday, but instead of being stampeded by a crowd of eager shoppers, it is by snack-devouring children. Yes, I’m sure being a mom is more rewarding than passing out cheap tv’s, but you get the idea. It may seem impossible to […]

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In A Culture of Pressure and Productivity, Kids Need To Learn When to Quit

  Now more than ever, we’re living in a time of pressure, of a push for productivity, that often leads to burnout. And then there’s the unspoken rule in our culture that seems to lead us to believe that giving up on something means failing at it. But that’s not […]

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Families In Urban Areas Are Seeing a Startling New Effect of Social Distancing

  Of all the changes that have come about in the last several months due to the health crisis sweeping our globe, one good one has been that families have had more time to spend together. Changes in routine and activities are always stressful for children, and all the regulations […]

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How To Know If A Toxic Friendship Is Draining Your Energy

Waking up tired after what you thought was a decent night’s rest can set you up for failure the rest of the day. Thinking back to how this could have happened you remember feeling particularly out-of-sorts after you got off with your friend the night before; hearing her contentions (yet […]

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Virginia Photographer Sues State For Forcing Him To Promote LGBT Ideas

  Conservative values have been under heavy fire recently in the media and by democratic representatives. Between attacks on our president and LGBT wolves trying to tear down the framework of the traditional family, it is hard to imagine things could get worse. But then Virginia makes another law that […]

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Newspaper Rejects “All Lives Matter” Pro-Life Ad Calling It Racist

  A pro-life group created a tender ad with a photo of an unborn baby and the words “All Lives Matter End Abortion Now” in hopes to run it in their local paper. But instead of running the ad, the paper rejected it and you won’t believe their reasoning. Even […]

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Sesame Street Celebrates “Pride Month” By Blasting LGBT Propaganda At Innocent Children

  LGBT activists have deemed June “pride month” and are using it as an excuse to throw even more propaganda at the world – especially children. From businesses flying rainbow flags and selling pro-LGBT merchandise, to cartoons and kids’ shows promoting the LGBT agenda, yet again children are caught in […]