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School: The No-God Zone?

Fifteen-year-old Gilberto Dixon, a 10th grader at Beach Channel High School in Queens, New York, commenting on a city school board decision to forbid ...


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Good Choices by the Spirit

In the 1990s, a group of Washington children participated in an eight year anti-smoking-campaign program. The results were not impressive. Of the group ...


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Parental Involvement Deters Drug Use

According to a survey conducted by Columbia University's Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA), "Almost one in five American teens say they live ...


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New Course in Sexuality

I held a notice from my 13-year-old daughter's school announcing a meeting to preview the new course in sexuality. Parents could examine the curriculum ...


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Dr. Benjamin Carson's Mother

Dr. Benjamin Carson, renowned surgeon at Johns Hopkins, tells a moving story about his mother. Mrs. Carson insisted that Ben and his brother Curtis write ...


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Power of Positive Words

He was always in trouble at school, so when the parents of the junior high boy received one more call to come in and meet with his teacher and the principal, ...


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Self-control and Success

In a segment of ABC's news magazine show "20/20," reporter John Stossel interviewed Dr. Roy Baumeister of Case Western Reserve University. ...


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An Amusing Pagan

[Kate said to her Jewish colleague]: "There were a dozen different religions among the children at [my school]. We seemed always to be celebrating ...


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An Example of Giving

Oseola McCarty, 87, did one thing all her life: laundry. Now she's famous for it--or at least for what she did with her profits.

For decades, Miss ...


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God Doesn't Like to Be Assumed

Our family is deciding where to send our 13-year-old to school. I visited a Christian school not long ago. In a moment of quiet, I asked two faculty members ...


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