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How to Talk about Alfie Evans with Teens

Apr 26, 2018

April 28, 2018 UPDATE: Alfie Evans, the beautiful little boy who captured our hearts, has died. “Our baby boy grew his wings tonight at 2:30 am,” his young mother wrote. “We are heartbroken. Thank you everyone for all your support.” “My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02:30 . . . … read more

What Happened in Denmark

Apr 23, 2018

During the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Europe, two-thirds of all the Jews living in Europe were murdered. Out of fear for their own safety, many citizens in these Nazi-occupied territories stood by and silently watched the Nazis murder their countrymen. Everyone lived in fear and thought that if they just kept to themselves, obeyed the Nazis, … read more

National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day 2018

Apr 16, 2018

This Friday, April 20, as people go about their normal daily routine, hundreds of kids, teens, and families will don pro-life T-shirts for National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day 2018. Wearing a pro-life T-shirt will spark conversations about the culture of life with many of the people you encounter. NPLTD is a great way to spread the … read more

The Annunciation

Apr 9, 2018

Two thousand years ago an angel appeared to a humble Jewish girl named Mary to ask her if she would be the mother of God. It wasn’t a command; it was a proposal of God’s love for His people. With Mary’s fiat—her “yes” to the will of God—she changed the course of history and helped … read more

Calling All Students: Walkout for #Life

Apr 2, 2018

Our entire nation mourns the hundreds of children who have died due to gun violence, but what about the hundreds of thousands of children who die every day because of abortion? Inspired by a comment from his high school teacher, 17-year-old Brandon Gillespie of Rocklin High School in California decided to plan a pro-life walkout … read more

Retelling ‘Little Women’: The Alarming Agenda in New Fiction for Children

Mar 26, 2018

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the publishing of the literary classic Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. This cherished story of four sisters and their adventures has been read and loved by generations of girls and has been adapted into many films, television series, radio dramas, and stage plays. Little Women is a … read more

5 Ways to Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day

Mar 19, 2018

On March 21, people all over the world will celebrate World Down Syndrome Day—a day dedicated to showing the world that people with Down syndrome have dignity and deserve respect, just like all other human beings. Tomorrow, show your support for people with Down syndrome by doing some or all of these five activities with … read more

Raising Pro-Life Kids

Mar 12, 2018

You’re a strong pro-life family. Together, you attend the March for Life, participate in Respect Life Sunday, and pray for an end to abortion. You might not talk about pro-life topics very much around the house, but you’re sure that your kids “get it.” Your kids might seem to be very pro-life now, but how … read more