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37 Countries Sign Pledge to Uphold Pro-Life, Pro-Family Policies 2 Years after Geneva Consensus Declaration

The number of countries expressing support for a document explicitly stating that “there is no international right to abortion” continues to expand as nations around the world work to implement policies consistent with its mandate to make the family the bedrock of society. Lawmakers, pro-life activists and representatives of governments worldwide gathered on Capitol Hill …

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Providing ‘Ibasho’ and ‘Tamariba’ for Japanese Christian Youth

The apparent weakening of Christianity in Japan is often attributed to the declining presence of young people in many local churches. Churches without youth groups are increasingly common. If this trend continues, many Japanese churches will cease to exist in the not so distant future. In an attempt to understand and to reverse this trend, …

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Just keep swimming…Supporting Children And Young People With Additional Needs

The more we practice at supporting children and young people with additional needs, the better we will get too. Can you swim? When did you learn? Were you inspired by watching one of the Olympic greats winning a clutch of medals at an Olympic Games, maybe smashing a World Record or two on the way? …

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Family Engagement with Churches Has Fallen Post-Covid, Study Finds

Many families are less engaged with their church since the pandemic, according to new research. The study by Liverpool Hope University and the National Institute for Christian Education Research (NICER) found that Sunday morning church attendance has become “less of a priority” for families, while faith nurturing at home has improved. The research found that …

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42% of Gen Z Have Diagnosed Mental Health Condition, Majority Worried About Future: Study

Nearly 70% of Generation Z, people born between 1997 and 2012, say their mental health was adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with 42% of adult members of the cohort reporting that they have been diagnosed with a mental health condition and many of them say they are worried about the future, a new study from …

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An Online Game to Bring the Reality of Religious Diversity Closer to Teenagers

With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse “curiosity” about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory. Following the instructions of researcher Dorota, a woman with a passion for learning, we can travel to the year 2040 to carry out a mission whose purpose has to do with a …

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‘Generation Indoctrination’: What’s Being Done to Protect Kids Legally from Gender Ideology?

As gender ideology continues to pervade every realm of culture, legislators and public policy experts alarmed by its effects on children have taken numerous steps to thwart it from taking root in state laws. When Arkansas state Rep. Robin Lundstrum learned that children in her state were undergoing experimental gender medicalization, she knew she had …

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