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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

Helping Our Kids Think Biblically About the Coronavirus

I have been a germaphobe since my first-grade teacher read our class the book Germs Make Me Sick. The intended goal of the book was to promote healthy hygiene. Instead, it started me down the path of incessant handwashing – incessant to the point that my hands began to bleed, and my mom made several

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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

In the Age of Super Bowl Stripper Poles, Our Kids Must Be Prepared to Answer this Question

The 2020 Super Bowl halftime show was probably the most controversial halftime performance since Janet Jackson’s 2004 “wardrobe malfunction.” Secular sources praised J Lo and Shakira’s performance as an incredible show from “powerful, sexy women,” while Christian sources chastised the NFL for blatantly exposing children to soft porn. The chasm between these two responses stems from an

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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

Five Conversations to Have with Your Kids After Seeing Frozen II

It’s been six years in the making, but Frozen II has finally hit the box office. This sequel is bound to captivate millions of children, rake in big bucks for Disney, and leave many Christian parents scratching their heads. Like most Disney movies, Frozen II is a mixture of the good, the beautiful, and the

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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

The Root Issues Behind Arthur’s Gay Wedding

Social media is abuzz this week after the beloved PBS Kids show, Arthur, featured a gay wedding on its season premiere. Though Christians found this incident alarming, it was by no means surprising. We live in a culture that not only celebrates the LGBTQ lifestyle but aggressively seeks to indoctrinate our children into it. What

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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

Are Our Children Actually Leaving The Faith?

There is a lot of talk within the Christian community about young adults abandoning the faith. Most Christians have at least one friend or family member who put Christianity on the shelf before their thirtieth birthday. However, is this an overwhelming trend? Or is it just something that happens here and there? Rather than speculate,

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