Every year, new controversies erupt over controversial reading assignments in classrooms and parental concerns over school library selections. Why are these controversies increasing—and what’s beneath the surface of this trend? What do parents do when their child is assigned a sexually graphic or vulgar book?  How can families of faith respond when a school mandates reading material about homosexuality or abortion that communicates only one viewpoint? How can parents respond when books promoting gay marriage are introduced in their kindergartner’s elementary school? What’s the real story behind “Banned Books Week”—and how can your family respond? All of these topics and more are addressed in this section.

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DiAnna Brannan doesn’t take a salary. But she is one of the most effective pro-family lobbyists in Washington state.

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All the Single Ladies

If you watched Beyoncé perform at the Super Bowl a couple of weeks ago, whatever else you thought, she got one thing right: young ladies should hold out for a wedding ring. Not to do so is to invite all kinds of problems, as we know that young, unmarried women who engage in sexual activity are at risk for a number of potential risks, ranging from the physical to the emotional, the psychological to the relational, and the social to the spiritual.

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