Values

by Diane Robertson We’re at that time of year where seniors in high school are making choices about what they want to do after graduation. Many are preparing for college, the military or some sort of training beyond high school. My oldest daughter, is there now....

by Elise Ellsworth January 17, 2016 marks the thirty-third anniversary of a unique holiday – Sanctity of Human Life Day. This now almost-forgotten holiday, always falling on the third Sunday of January, was originally designated by President Ronald Reagan to coincide with another important day in...

by Diane Robertson It’s time we start being honest about abortion. Many debate about when life begins. Yet, for all intents and purposes, abortion is not about when life begins because abortion is not about ending a nonviable pregnancy. Sometimes when an egg is fertilized, it...

by Erin Weist I ran across some interesting statistics on the Centers for Disease Control website about teens and it seemed like important information to share.  These statistics come from studies done from 1991-2013 as part of a Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance and cover both high...

by Diane Robertson Promiscuity has consequences. Since the 1960’s people have been trying to avoid the consequences by destigmatizing sexual choice. Social and school programs have been set up to support children born without a married mother and father. Free medical care is available to the...

by Jessica Westfall It's not new news that there are explicit sexual education programs being implemented throughout the western world. It's hard as a parent to know what to do. In May, Toronto held a boycott against the curriculum, almost 35,000 students didn't go to school in protest....