Despite being less than six months since it's official launch, Young Women of Grace is already making its way around the world. Riding on the wings of the Holy Spirit, it was brought to Trinidad where several young women took the course this summer and weren't shy about telling us what they thought about it!
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This young Woman of Grace isn't shy about sharing her enthusiasm for the new Young Women of Grace program. She is bubbling over with excitement about the course and what a difference it is making in her life. Let us keep all of these precious young women in our prayers as they open their hearts and minds to this life-changing - and very counter-cultural - message.
As difficult as it may be to accept by some parents, a new study has found that boys and girls who frequently argue with their parents are better at dealing with peer pressure and are less likely to abuse drugs or alcohol in adulthood.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer An alarming new trend is spreading among in rural Wisconsin – drinking veterinary medicine used on large farm animals to induce abortions.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer A new study finds teens to be very conflicted about what types of behavior are appropriate in order to succeed in life. While most say they plan to make ethical decisions when they join the workforce, large numbers think its okay to lie to their parents, or to cheat in school in order to succeed.
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer Teens across the nation are participating in ever larger numbers in a trend called “sexting” where they take nude photos of themselves, then send them to others on their cell phones or post them online. Some say they do it as a joke; others claim it’s just another way to get a date.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer The newest marketing campaign for Levi Strauss’ 501 jeans exhorts young people to “live unbuttoned” and features sexually suggestive ads with young men and women unbuttoning and removing their jeans.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer (June 20, 2008) Glamorizing teen pregnancy in hit movies such as Juno and Knocked Up, broken families and directionless youth are being blamed for a “pregnancy pact” made by 17 girls who deliberately became pregnant at a high school in a Gloucester, Massachusetts. At least one baby is known to have been fathered by a 24 year old homeless man.
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