Family

What’s something special you and your father shared … perhaps when mom wasn’t around or that she might do differently? If you did not have your father in your life, tell us about a father figure.

There’s no doubt fathers have their own way of doing things, whether it’s rough-housing with the kids before bed or sneaking them an extra scoop of ice cream. That relationship is critical. As we celebrate Father’s Day, Good News Wants to Know… What’s something special you and your father shared … perhaps when mom wasn’t […]

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Why Is School Choice The Better Choice?

The Good News provides a monthly column with important content having to do with topical subjects from the legal community. We hope our readers enjoy the perspective offered. This month’s legal opinion is provided by Ed Pozzuoli, Esq., CEO of Tripp Scott, PA.   Ask Bill: Why do proponents of school choice think it is […]

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2021 Graduates March Into The Future With Flexibility and Resolve

Kudos to the Class of 2021! Having completed their senior year in the midst of a global pandemic, they will walk across the stage to receive their diplomas and step into a culture evolving at breakneck speed. This class has demonstrated “dedication, determination, flexibility and resolve. They maintained amazing attitudes, did not complain and worked […]

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What Do My Kids Hear?

The volume and words a parent uses around their children and to their children has an impact on them. But what about the more subtle things we say? What about the things we say on our mobile phones, when we forget the kids are in the back seat listening? What about the things we say […]

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Can You Pick Your Child’s Friends?

Fewer things influence our children more than the people they hang out with, their friends. Friendships have a powerful impact. Kids want to go where their friends want to go and do what their friends do and think the way their friends think. Knowing the impact friends have on our children, you would think parents […]

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Mother’s Day HERoes

Many women in the Christian community work faithfully in the shadows of their high profile husbands. In honor of Mother’s Day, we wanted to shed some light on a few outstanding women who are making a difference through their own ministries, acting as mentors to other women and serving their families well. They share some […]

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When Parents Don’t Agree

Is it okay for a husband and wife to disagree on the way they parent their child? This is a question that we get asked often!  It is not only okay, it is natural! The top three areas of conflict in a marriage are money, sex and parenting. These are also the top three areas […]

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Create Traditions That Point To The Easter Story

The most significant holiday on the Christian calendar is quickly approaching. This special day, however, is so clouded by cultural tradition that many have forgotten what they are to celebrate. Generations of wearing the right clothes have worn down the meaning of Easter in the hearts of many. It is time for parents to re-think […]

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Dealing with Relationship Cancer: Anger

Some children hear the word “No” and they become frustrated or argue. They are disappointed, but they remain in control. Other children hear the same word and explode into rage. Some adults can discuss differences of opinion and work through conflict. Other adults only need to be inconvenienced the least bit on the highway and […]

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