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Move over Fortnite, there’s a new game in town. And despite that title’s seemingly ominous vibe, well, it’s more like the board game Clue.
Both stir yearnings about passion, calling and pursuing our gifts wholeheartedly.That’s not a bad thing. But parents should be aware that it’s a pretty potent message.
As we head into Thanksgiving, most Americans are aware that the holidays will look much different in 2020. Even Santa’s made adjustments.
The Three Wise Men reminds us that while Rudolph and Frosty and the Grinch are just fine, Christmas is really about Jesus.
Our team plunges into the realm of TV as we know it today. It’s a place of seemingly endless options where shows that everyone watches have become the exception, not the rule.
Addiction usually involves something that makes us feel good—at least temporarily. But can we be addicted to something that might make us feel bad, too?
So what movies, exactly, are they watching during the COVID era? ScreenEngine/ASI actually conducted a poll to find out
When prominent people in the public eye get “canceled” for something they’ve said or done that’s landed them in hot water, is there a possibility
This week on The Plugged In Show, we unpack the YouTube phenomena: where it started, why it’s so popular, and what parents need to know.
It can be tricky to find something “good” on TV. As a TV reviewer, I know that all too well. Oh, we can find plenty
Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology
Good media discernment is about guarding our eyes and hearts before we watch or listen. And it’s also about grappling with the entertainment we do see or hear. That’s why the Plugged In Blog is devoted to guarding, discussing and grappling. About Plugged In >>