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Failures around child protection policies are heartbreaking on a personal and organizational level because children get hurt.

"When a missionary's child is being emotionally damaged, it is not the right time to continue without making changes."

Link to the pdf of the Imprint from the bimonthly magazine of the Narramore Christian FoundationPsychology For Living, March-April 1999 Vol. XLI No. 2 ...Read More →

This article discusses the intersection of religious expression and public schools. It focuses on the Equal Access Act, student speech, school personnel speech, access for community viewpoints, and released time.

Confusion is widespread as to what may be taught, expressed, or otherwise introduced onto the premises of the nation’s public schools. “Nowhere has the proper line of demarcation [in the appropriate amount of separation between church and state] been more difficult to define than in our nation’s public schools.”1As the Tenth Circuit has said:

So long as the state engages in the widespread business of molding the belief structure of children, the often recited metaphor of a “wall of separation” between the church and the state is unavoidably illusory.2... Read More →

 
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