Deadline Extended for Worldwide Marriage Encounter’s Longest Married Couple Project

Once again the nomination period for the 2020 Longest Married Couple Project, sponsored by Worldwide Marriage Encounter, has been extended until the end of August because of the continued growth of the COVID-19 pandemic across the United States, it was announced today by the co-coordinators of the project.

Creationism Vs. Evolution — Which One is Real Science?

In 2005, a federal court in Harrisburg, PA ruled “creationism is not a science.” The 139-page decision had the effect of removing the teaching of creationism from public schools in the Dover, PA school district. It was one of several cases that would be used to remove the teaching of creationism from all public schools in the USA. As a result, evolution is taught in our public schools as scientific fact.

Five Christian Movies to Watch While You’re at Home This Weekend

We’ve all undoubtedly spent way too much time in front of our TVs since all this shelter-in-place stuff began more than a month ago. The good news, though, is there’s plenty of quality movies to watch.

Easter Jam: A Free, At-Home Family Experience

Parent Cue, a community that helps parents make the most of their time with kids, is excited to introduce Easter Jam, a free, at-home experience for the whole family. Though Easter will look very different this year for families everywhere, this innovative and interactive resource will help parents create new memories, share the message of Jesus, and have fun with their kids.

Children’s Book Offers Pandemic Diversion for Families

When Andrea Robertson recently wrote the children’s book The Adventures of Abigail Rosebud and a Frog Named Stink she never realized how successful it would be to serve as a diversion for youngsters and their families from the constant attention to the coronavirus.

COVID-19 Can’t Cancel Home

With homebound families across the country straining for a new normal, FamilyLife will host a live Q&A tonight to assist families amidst transition and maximize this unique season. Hosts Ron Deal, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and Brian Goins, FamilyLife’s vice president of content, discuss distinctive challenges of social distancing and home life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Minno Emerges to Offer Alternative for Christian Parents

Minno-a new, Nashville-based children’s digital media company-officially launches today and is offering Christian parents an alternative that is both entertaining and affirming. Featuring an ad-free, subscription digital platform with curated entertainment and educational choices the whole family will love-including the world’s largest collection of Classic VeggieTales-a publishing arm in partnership with Hachette Nashville with offerings such as the #1 Amazon bestseller The Laugh and Learn Bible for Kids, and Minno Life, a parenting blog with expert resources and voices for Christian parents, Minno aims to be a one-stop solution for parents and kids.

U.S. Students to Lead in Prayer Before Football Game After Coach Gets Heat

Students at Rockvale High School in Tennessee plan to lead their own prayer before their football game this week. That decision comes after a complaint was lodged against their football coach for praying with his team after a game on August 30.

Christian Family Resists Being Marked by the Beast in ‘Dragon Faith Evil Serpent’

A Christian Family prepares for an upcoming thanksgiving fest. The Sandy family is strong and full of goodness, however, evil lurks. They are being watched by the authorities. Pennsylvania Governor Russell has just pushed through a new sinister law of the land. All humans must be microchipped in their right hand (Rev. 13:17) to purchase goods. Law enforcement officers have been trained to take in multitudes under this law. Young Elroy Sandy (Bound for Wheaton College) his sister Bria and their parents renew their faith as a neighbor’s heart attack sets up strange events on Greene street.

‘Your Child’s Journey’ Provides Roadmap for Parents

Moms and Dads are taking a beating in the media these days. Dubbed “helicopter parents” for hovering over their little ones and being over-protective, they’ve also been called “lawnmower parents” for trying to clear their teen’s lives of adversity or struggle, and most recently named “snowplow parents,” for attempting to clear the path for their children’s futures with money and connections.

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