It’s Just a Piece of Paper…

by Lindsey Vallem It’s just a piece of paper…Isn’t love enough? A question some ask when considering marriage or finding themselves at that stage in a relationship. A growing number of adults think marriage isn’t a necessary commitment, and if it is, it will be one...

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It’s a Killer

by Lindsey Vallem It took two whole decades for people to start to believe the science that proved smoking cigarettes was harmful and we are watching that same thing happen with pornography. Society wants the science and proof to prove that pornography is harmful....

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Empty Pews?

by Lindsey Vallem Our country long ago was based on the foundation of religion. The rights and freedoms to religion in our country gave people the freedom to belong and give themselves a kind of purpose and meaning in their personal life. That’s one of the reasons why...

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Too Much of a Fun Thing?

by Lindsey Vallem Over the last decade it is clear that social media has taken precedence in our lives. Whether it’s checking our Instagram likes, Facebook friend request or the number of views on our latest YouTube video, we have become focused on the world’s opinion...

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Thanks, Mom!

by Lindsey Vallem After celebrating Mothers Day, I started to think about mothers and their role in our lives when we are children, young adults and into our grown adulthood. Mothers fill such an important role throughout our lives as teachers, supporters, and often...

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Standing Out from the Crowd

  by Breaunna Stone Ever since my experience at the United Nations at the 2017 Commission on the Status of women, I have found a voice inside of myself that is more outspoken and boisterous than it has ever been before. Whether it is on social media, at a family...

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Where Does This All Lead?

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Andy Gongora shares what he learned while at the United Nations. My main purpose for coming to the UN was to learn about and become more...

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We’re All Human

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Elizabeth Warner shares what she learned while at the United Nations. While at the Commission on the Status of Women, I met so many amazing...

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You Are Enough. You Are Not Alone.

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Emma Zuniga shares what she learned while at the United Nations. I remember the first time I went to the United Nations. It was a little...

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