By Rebecca Hagelin
Rebecca Hagelin talks about the documentary, "2016: Obama's America." She tells some about the film and then discusses how it relates to the family and particularly to our children.
Growing up, many of us were called names by our classmates and peers. A popular response we may have used was, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Well, back then name-calling really did hurt us, but we tried to brush it off. Today, our words are even more important than they were back then. Find out why...
The entertainment industry has taken more leaps over the past few years on television as to what is acceptable to show during "prime-time." A recent study shows that today's teens are imitating risky sex they see in films and on t.v. Find out more...
Life should be protected no matter what. Even if you know a soon to be born baby will have a disease when it is born.
Rebecca Hagelin tells a story of love, faith and romance as she recounts for us the love story and marriage proposal to her daughter from her fiance.
A Colorado family experienced a frightening surprise last week when their toddler, for no apparent reason, became groggy and unable to walk. A trip to the local emergency room found the cause: the child had eaten a cookie from the ground outside the family’s apartment.
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