According to Common Sense Media, tweens spend more than four hours a day on screen. With kids in front of screens for so much of their day, how can they have time to read books, to develop their imaginations and develop better language and comprehension skills? Today we are going to find out about a new initiative by Focus on the Family to put stories of action and adventure into the hands of teens using a familiar character John Avery Whitaker. Join Ken and Deb as they visit with Phil Lollar and Dave Arnold, authors of "The Traitor's Treasure", the first book in this new pre-teen series.
Students for Life
How do we instill in our teens and young adults a passion for helping their peers who find themselves in unplanned pregnancies? What is available to our students to educate them on how to talk intelligently and graciously about abortion? We are going to hear about the various opportunities for student in the Quad Cities to be involved in the Students for Life national conference as we visit with Katherine Sabin Friday morning on Ken and Deb in the Morning.
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