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A Rebellious Teenager Finds Forgiveness
Wayward teenage years and a surprise pregnancy had Christine Scheller fearing she had lost her salvation. She shares her story in an issue of CT magazine: ...
When the Prodigal Son Relapses
Almost five years to the day after he returned home the first time, the prodigal son emptied his bank account, packed a few changes of clothes, and snuck ...
Greyhound Gives Tickets to Runaways Who Want to Return Home
For over a decade, Greyhound Lines has partnered with the National Runaway Safeline--an organization that seeks to keep runaway and homeless youth safe--to ...
Five Traits of Young People who Stick with the Faith
What does it take to raise children who will continue in the faith as adults? A new study from the Barna Group set out to study what they call “resilient ...
Father Spends a Week on the Streets with Homeless Son
A San Diego father (who wants to be known as “Frank”) believed his son, a homeless, heroin addict living on the streets in Denver, was on ...
Millennials are Restless and Obsessed with Starting Over
Young Americans are restless and on the move. Fifty-nine percent of Americans aged 18 to 35 currently live somewhere besides their hometown. Almost 80 ...
Police Chief Aghast at Son's Involvement in Hate Crime
A small town police chief spoke at a public forum about preventing hate violence. Hours later, he discovered that his son is a suspect in a hate crime. ...
An Unforgiven Prodigal Son
An ancient Asian legend tells the story of a man who had a wild and impetuous son. Curtis E. Liens, in The Man with Dirty Hands, says:
The boy became ...
Eight Hundred Pacos
Ernest Hemingway wrote a story about a father and his teenage son. In the story, the relationship had become somewhat strained, and the teenage son ran ...
A Late Decision
One of the wealthiest men in our community has the dubious distinction of having blown four children out of the saddle: one in prostitution, two in drugs, ...