More than 12,600 students from 32 states and five nations jammed into an Atlanta-area arena, raising $57,000 for abused women and the homeless during a four-day Christian conference. The Forward Conference 2019 was held June 27-30 at Infinite Energy Center in Duluth and hosted by Free Chapel, a multi-campus church in Gainesville.
A TV watchdog group issued an “urgent warning” this week to parents and schools about Netflix’s second season of the suicide-themed 13 Reasons Why, saying the series will leave children and teens feeling even more hopeless and depressed.
Getting comfortable with questions was a theme shared by many speakers at “Jesus Rode a Dinosaur and Other Silly Tales,” a youth ministry conference aimed at talking to teenagers about science held earlier this month at Colonial Church of Edina outside Minneapolis.
A conservative Christian organization has asked video streaming giant Netflix to pull “13 Reasons Why,” a dramatic series that critics say glamorizes suicide, after several teens who reportedly watched the show took their own lives.
Ever wonder who’s reading the Kansas Constitution these days? According to recent news, apparently at least a handful of Kansas teens are, and it turns out they’ve found a loophole in the rules regarding running for public office.