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Article | Culture >
 
Part 4 of the author's review of Leonard Sax's book about the five factors contributing to Extended Adolescence.
Article | Parenting >
 
Girls need to hear the truth about how boys think, and who better to tell them than Dad?
Article | Parenting >
 
A mom writes a moving dedication to her son on his 13th birthday.
Audio | Family >
Dannah Gresh shares practical advice on raising tween boys. Part 2 of 2.
Audio | Family >
Dannah Gresh shares practical advice on raising tween boys
Video | Children >
Mathews Boys Slip'n'Slide
All my boys hurtle down the hill.
Video | Music >
Switchfoot Covers Beastie Boys' "Sabotage"
The guys from Switchfoot rip through a r»
Blog Entry | Blogs >
GRAMMY® award winning songstress Laura Story and her husband Martin have welcomed fraternal twin boys to their family. Benjamin Cary and Griffin James were born within three minutes of each other, weighing 6.5 lbs and 6.3 lbs respectively. The twins join their 2-year-old big sister Josie. “Martin and I are so thrilled to finally meet these little […] The post Laura Story welcomes twin boys appeared first on Michael Erne»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Moms, you know how hard your kids make you laugh? Multiply that times 100, and that’s my every day. Life in a boys’ dorm is never dull, and often hilarious. The following funnies were recently overheard in Strong Hall.  Guy 1: “I’m STILL bleeding!”Guy 2: “Well, you’re just gonna have to suck it up, cupcake!” “Me and Adam Sandler just don’t get along.” “Fun fact of the day: my uncle made himself his own Snuggie two years»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Happy Back to School Leader Friend! Today is the first day of school for my boys. The less-structured days of summer are over and the regular rhythm of fall is here. You may have noticed I took a bit of a blogging break. I wasn’t planning a break. I had high expectations of carrying on this summer just like nothing had changed at all. (Except that everything had changed.) I was reminded by my friend Jennifer Lefforge that no matter how you prep»