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  • by David Cobb
Are teen girls growing up too fast? Are they becoming sexually active too early in life?
  • by United News
It's inspiring to hear of brethren and young people serving and making a difference in others' lives. We'd like to share one such story with you, from Ralph Redline of the Bismarck, North Dakota, congregation. He's the father of Britton Redline, who was added to the prayer list Sept. 18, 2007, because of a brain tumor.
  • by United Church of God
What with junk food and junk on TV, it was only a matter of time before it invaded our sleep!
  • by Good News
The idea of sexual freedom is kept alive and well by what Dr. Meg Meeker considers a major cause of the current epidemic of teen sex—mass media and the sexually charged world our kids see.
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Scott Ashley
Almost half of American teens have stolen, and most admit to cheating and lying, according to a survey of middle—and high-school students. At the same time most also say that "good character" is important.