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Teen sex: on the decline nationally

11. April 2011

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By Sara Lenz, Deseret News KANSAS CITY — It’s a Friday evening in Kansas City, and inside a crowded auditorium full of about 22,000 teenagers, a man named Jason Evert is walking back and forth across a blue-lit stage. Evert is in his mid-30s, but he has the youthful, energetic manner of a college student. [...]

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Attention: Those Serving Special Needs LDS Members

13. December 2010

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Joy Lundberg and Janice Kapp Perry have written a new musical program, “How I Know Jesus Loves Me”, for Special Needs Mutual members to perform. It was written at the request of Nancy Tullis, who serves the special needs mutual in her Salt Lake region.  It is available FREE to anyone.  If you would like [...]

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10 Ideas for Old-Fashioned Summer Fun

29. June 2010

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10 Ideas for Old-Fashioned Summer Fun

By Debra Sansing Woods . . . As a young child, I loved the primary song, “Oh What Do You Do in the Summertime?” As I sang each verse to the energetic but relaxed tempo of the music, the lyrics fired my imagination with the possibilities for summer fun. Inspired by the words, I was sure [...]

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Mother protects children from pornography

29. June 2010

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Family Watch International Spotlight . . . A young mother living in Scotland, Amy King, had growing concerns about the questionable covers of newspapers and magazines to which her two children were being exposed. One particular day, those concerns came to a head when Amy walked into the lobby of a service station garage. She couldn’t believe [...]

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More Summer Fun for Kids

28. June 2010

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Summertime is here again and you’ll soon be hearing that familiar phrase “I’m bored, there’s nothing to do!”  Click here for lots of ideas.

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Raising Mothers

14. May 2010

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by Annette Lyon I’m raising three future mothers. That simple fact has an enormous effect on how I mother them. I’m not raising girls. I’m teaching and nurturing the mothers of my grandchildren. Click to read entire article.

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How To Deal With Frustrated Children

23. March 2010

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By Susan Stiffelman      Rather than coldly admonishing children to “deal with it” when they’re upset, adults need to help frustrated children along to what psychologist Gordon Neufeld calls the Wall of Futility. Children need to feel their real feelings of sadness and find their tears. And when children, often with your help, can come to [...]

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Boldly Teaching your Children about Consequences of Immoral Behavior

20. August 2009

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Some facts you need to know regarding pre-marital sex, excerpts from presentation by Gary and Joy Lundberg at BYU Education Week August 20, 2009: • Sexually active people face odds four times higher for contracting a sexually transmitted disease than for getting pregnant. (Condoms may reduce the risk but do not stop it.) • Three million [...]

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Reconsidering Sleepovers

7. July 2009

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by Wendy Green I talk to my kids often about the dangers of sleepovers since our family has a fairly strict no-sleepover policy. We have had this policy supported many times over the years by the negative experiences of others. Entire article

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7 Laws of Grandparenting

12. June 2009

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We recently read this article on Grandparenting.com and found it full of good tips for grandparents. We hope you enjoy it, too. Joy Lundberg Barbara Graham’s 7 Laws of Grandparenting by Barbara Graham On the one hand, it was so simple. There was a new baby, Isabelle Eva, and there was nothing to do except love her. That [...]

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