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  • by Janet Treadway
While walking down a hall one day in seventh grade, I was suddenly shoved over to the other side of the hallway. I looked over to see what happened. A huge girl was walking away laughing hysterically. I walked to class, shaken. This was the beginning of what I called being picked on. What we call it today is being bullied.
  • by Janet Treadway
Today, through cell phones and the Internet, a new form of bullying has emerged—it’s called “cyberbullying.”
  • by Cecil Maranville
Will what your child hears at school reinforce your beliefs, your values, the lessons you have so carefully taught? Or will it challenge and mock your family's values and beliefs?
  • by John Fox
Nearly 30 years ago, I experienced one of my life's outstanding answers to prayer.