Middle school: The new high school for moms

Post By Kelly Wallace, CNN, Wed January 27, 2016 “If you had to guess what are the most difficult years for a mother, what might you

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Pyro 2 Packing List

-Sleeping bag and pillow -Bible and pen -Warm clothes, camp clothes, and clothes to get REALLY DIRTY -Tennis shoes and flip-flops or crocs -Swimsuit and

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10 things every parent should know about gaming

Check out this article from Fuller Youth Institute if you have a child who likes to game! 1. Researchers have helpfully identified three reasons people play

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Capturing Teachable Moments

This blog post is from http://theparentcue.org a website created by Orange a ministry that works to strengthen partnerships between churches (yellow) and homes (red). Yellow +

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Transition is all hard … No, it’s not

By April Diaz Posted on fulleryouthinstitute.org August 26, 2015. This summer my family made an epic move from a community we adored in Southern California to be

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2015 High School Mission Trip Recap

The destination for the 2015 High School Mission trip was Logan, West Virginia and Nashville, Tennessee. The mission trip crew left early on the 4th

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2015 Confirmation Mission Trip Recap

The 2015 Confirmation class had an excellent mission trip full of service, adventure, and cultural connection in Cairo, Illinois. The group departed on June 19th

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Pyro Prayer Team

Hello! It’s crazy to think about how fast this summer is flying by.  Before we know it, it will be time for Pyro once again!

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“But Dad said I could!” Discipline Tips for Divorced Parents

Posted by Dr. Dave Walsh • April 25, 2013 “I asked mom and she already said it was okay for me to go out with

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Your kids are listening: How to talk to them about body image and healthy eating habits

Kiyah Duffey, Ph.D. • March 31 It is impossible to walk through a grocery store these days and not feel conflicted by the images plastered

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