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Article | Parenting >
Allowing cell phones to go to school offers too many opportunities for undesirable consequences. ...
Blog Entry | Culture >
Ah yes, life before cell phones. I remember that time. My Freshman year of college I drove several hours to visit a friend and had to call them from a pay phone to get directions to their house. Those were the days. Ya know, before you had a mini-anxiety attack ...
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Recently made the switch for 3 cell phones on an AT&T family plan with 550 shared minutes to Straight Talk (ST) for unlimited minutes. It was not all smooth sailing, and underneath it all, the phones will still run on the AT&T mobile network just under a different brand & ...
Blog Entry | Family >
Texting, snapping pictures, calling their friends whenever and wherever they are with the use of a cell phone is all part of a Teen/Tween life at least that is what my children claim. If your children are anything like mine they have probably used those one liners ” I’m the ...
Article | Youth >
Tips to get youth to rely less on their phones. ...
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Yesterday, I took a group of students down the river here in Durango. Every summer,... ...
Blog Entry | Family >
Can you hear me now? According to research, 22 percent of young children own a cell phone (ages 6-9), 60 percent of tweens (ages 10-14), and 84 percent of teens. Now that it’s back-to-school time, many parents make the decision to arm their kids with cell phones. Parents generally sa ...
Blog Entry | Family >
Can you hear me now? According to research, 22 percent of young children own a cell phone (ages 6-9), 60 percent of tweens (ages 10-14), and 84 percent of teens. Now that it’s back-to-school time, many parents make the decision to arm their kids with cell phones. Parents generally sa ...
Blog Entry | Youth >
(originally published on Oct 2, 2009 but revised and updated on December 2, 2011) I heard it said recently that cellphones have become the electronic pacifier of the 21st century. Wow! Yes…that is true. We have students that cannot be without their cell phone. As a girls minister, we ...
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(originally published on Oct 2, 2009 but revised and updated on December 2, 2011) I heard it said recently that cellphones have become the electronic pacifier of the 21st century. Wow! Yes…that is true. We have students that cannot be without their cell phone. As a girls minister, we ...