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Can Christians Still Watch and Listen to Non-Christian Music and TV?

19 June 2015
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As Christians, it can be tough walking the line between following God and living our day to day lives. Secular music (non-Christian music, in other words) and television are especially tough topics. It’s true that we must protect our eyes and ears from things that can harm us. After all, images and the spoken word can have a powerful impact on someone. But how do you know what to watch and what not to watch? What to listen to and what to tune out?

 

I've been Saved. Now what?

04 June 2015
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I’ve been saved, but I don’t feel like it. How come I don’t feel any different after praying the Salvation prayer? Shouldn’t something have happened?
 
 
kellymartin KELLY MARTIN says:
 
I guess my answer would be to pray, listen to Christian songs, read the Bible, get into a Bible study, talk to an adult about it, anything that focuses on God. Eventually, you'll feel a warmth in your chest and you'll just know. You'll feel God all around you. Sometimes it happens when you least expect it. Don't give up, though. Just because you don't 'feel 'it doesn't mean you're not saved.
 

Oh No! It's a P-p-p-pimple!

02 June 2015
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A pimple already?! Possibly. If you’re like most girls your age, you can begin experiencing zits and blemishes as early as age 9. In fact, more than 85% of teenagers deal with acne, and it all starts during the tween years just as you are entering puberty.

Where is This Stuff Coming From?!

Our bodies are covered in millions of pores. Each pore is connected to an oil gland. Normally, these oil glands produce just enough oil to help keep our skin smooth and soft. But, during puberty, the amount of oil your body produces increases dramatically due to hormone surges. This increase in oil production can cause pores to get clogged, resulting in every tweens nemesis: a pimple!

 

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