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Lets begin with the Title. I got the name Abreu Brand New because our last name is Abreu. Brand new because of who I was and who I am today.
Biographical sketch of this Russian classical ballet dancer and teacher whose methods have become a major force in classical ballet training today.
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Gary Morland believes families are like a river – good and bad choices alike flow downstream across generations. Gary's family of origin was an unhappy one. There was a lot of arguing and disharmony. His dad was an alcoholic. So was his grandfather, who left the family as a result of his addiction. Gary learned to accept dysfunction as normal and unchangeable. The influence of his past sent him on a 15-year journey down what he calls the “Rocky Rapids of Addiction.”When Gary turned 21, his dad took him drinking, and for the next 15 years, three quarts of beer a day became his habit.The post God's Grace for Those Trapped in Addiction appeared first on Jim Daly.
By: Danny HuertaFriday's release of the second season of 13 Reasons Why, the popular teen television drama, is bound to generate enormous interest – and controversy.According to a Northwestern University study, the show's highly-rated first season on Netflix significantly increased conversations among teens on difficult topics, but not necessarily in positive or healthy ways.The same study also revealed that almost 80% of teens and young adults who watched the show felt it helped them understand the ripple effect of their behaviors, but it didn't necessarily inspire them to reach out and repair relationships with those they hurt.The post Guest Post: Your Teen Wants to Watch “13 Reasons Why”? Here's How to Respond appeared first on Jim Daly.
I remember summer days when we were little girls. (Because I'm a twin, I always think of my childhood in terms of “we.”) We grew up in the South, so summers meant working in the garden. But they also meant eating watermelon (that we grew ourselves) and homemade (hand-churned!) ice cream. The grown-ups drank iced […]The post #SummerWOW with Your Family appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Do dads have to be perfect?The answer to that question seems obvious: No.But what if the answer is yes?Nobody's perfect, of course. We all fall short in word, thought, and deed every day. That's why we need God's grace.But hold on. Even if the goal isn't literal perfection, can't every dad improve somewhere? This isn't condemnation, this is a call for men to rise up and thrive as fathers. After all, being a dad is one of the most important jobs a man will ever have.The post Thriving in Your Role as a Dad appeared first on Jim Daly.
We applaud today's action by the President and the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) in keeping this Administration's pledge to American taxpayers that no funds would go directly, or indirectly, to support abortion.HHS's announcement that it will be bringing back a Reagan-era regulation dealing with family planning funds and abortion responds to the cry of millions of Americans who want their government to support life, not death. Six in ten Americans oppose taxpayer funding of abortion.The post The Trump Administration Is Right. Taxpayer Funds Should Not Support Abortion. appeared first on Jim Daly.