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Changing the World, One Teen at a Time

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Spotlight

Written by Jennifer Redmond

Every year, the search begins. Enthusiastic volunteers scour schools and churches for 12 extraordinary Christian teens willing to embrace the very unique 30-day experience of Ulster Project Cincinnati. For American families, summertime means vacations and family reunions, jobs and sports (always sports). Many are reticent to sacrifice an entire month for a cause they don’t really understand, nurturing a lasting peace in Northern Ireland. If only they realized the riches in store for those willing to make this commitment.

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So Busy

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by Diane D. French

Writing from Pennsylvania, Diane French says her young granddaughter was the inspiration for this poem.

 

College Without a Plan

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Written by Jen Friday, 08 June 2012 12:29

Somebody somewhere wrote something I remember. Well, sorta. I recall the title..."College Just a Rite of Passage." Since I can no longer access the article, I hope my memory serves me well when I recall the basic premise: increasingly, many college-bound students have no plan, thus making this process of higher education little more than another rite of passage.

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Pushed to Pray

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Written by Jen

On a recent rainy Monday evening, I had the honor of "visiting" a book club meeting. Not being a regular member, I didn't read the book--nor did I even remember the title I was given when invited--but the ladies who invited me are former neighbors and I relished the opportunity to gather with friends. What a lovely evening it was.

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12 Tips for College "Frosh Moms" Everywhere

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Humor

Written by Jennifer Redmond

 

Plenty of us send our kids off to college. Many of us lie and say it’s no big deal. Fact: It’s an adjustment. Your child must adjust. So do you. My son took 12 minutes to transition to college life. Me? Um, it was tougher than I anticipated. Yet, we still like each other (even after a summer together at home), so I can confidently share some tried-and-true advice for those heading into that rookie year.

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