Whether parents are hosting a slumber party or granting permission for an overnight at someone else’s house, this primer will give them confidence to ask important questions.
Even if you and your children choose media wisely, friends and neighbors may not be as careful. What should we do when the lax standards of others hit home?
We talk with Focus on the Family president Jim Daly
about modern media and ministry, including ways entertainment has impacted
his own young family.
Based upon his self-deprecating ode to awkwardness "I’m Not Cool," Christian singer/songwriter Scott Krippayne offers hope to parents of disenfranchised adolescents.
Prior to his passing in 2000, we spoke with this respected TV pioneer about the moral decline of the medium he loved and helped shape during a kinder, gentler era.
Kids don’t need music lessons to rock like a pro, but what are parents supposed to think about popular rhythm video games such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero?
By definition, a documentary should be fair, reasonable, dispassionate. Learn how filmmakers’ biases and hidden agendas can twist facts and mislead viewers.
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