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Fostering Character Development in Teens: Introduction

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Character is as important today as it has ever been.  The same things that make American culture the wonder of the world – freedom, wealth, luxury, opportunity, diversity, tolerance, abundance – can tempt teens to be impulsive, aimless, focused on immediate gratification, greedy and entitled.  Character is, and always has been, the antidote to these dead end life choices.  Character …

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Home As A Training Place

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This was week 2 of being a part of the church service at Trinity Church (www.trinityspringhill.org).  This week Mack used Proverbs 22:6 to frame the discussion of the importance of training kids to be happy, loving and responsible adults who truly know God.  He focused on the importance of intentional parenting in fostering honesty; genuine, emotionally intimate relationships; benevolence and …