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  • by Becky Sweat
Information overload is a common problem for young people today. But it's not due to schoolwork. Rather, it has everything to do with life outside the classroom.
  • by Darris McNeely
Let us determine to use our modern digital world wisely, remembering our priorities, so we can hear and obey God.
  • by David Treybig
The Internet has come a long way since it first began as a way for universities and government agencies to communicate. In recent years it has become available to almost everyone. And young people lead the way in accepting this technology. After all, young people today have grown up with the Internet and are generally quite comfortable communicating and getting their information via the Internet.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Although the building of today's Internet has been going on for almost four decades, some researchers feel the time has come to start over.
  • by Teddi Treybig
"I remember what it was like being a teen. Kids have always pushed at the rules. It's not so different today. What's the big deal?"
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Christians are told to be watching and aware of the trends taking place in the world around us. But with news coming at us 24 hours a day, it can seem overwhelming. How can we get a proper handle on world news from a biblical point of view?
  • by Cecil Maranville
You're likely scratching your head at that title or you may assume that it has something to do with NASA! Actually, it has to do with the Internet and something called MySpace, not outer space. This article examines an Internet phenomenon that's growing like wildfire, along with its pros and cons.
  • by Mike Bennett
The Web is incredible. You can find almost anything you're looking for, or you can come across random fascinating things you didn't even know you were interested in.