46 results found
Sort By:  
Suicide Video Kit
Suicide Video Kit

Depression. Anxiety. Self-Harm.

The different portions of this topic address suicide, depression, anxiety, and self-harm in teens.

A Parent's Guide to Suicide & Self-Harm Prevention
A Parent’s Guide to Suicide & Self-Harm Prevention

With rates of both on the rise, we can’t afford to not talk with our children about these difficult topics. Learn what God says about both, how to initiate conversations, and how to get help.

Axis Summits
5 Summits. 250 Expert Interviews. We have interviewed over 250 parenting and discipling experts to help provide encouragement and equip you with wisdom on how to...
Vol. 5 Issue 18 | May 3, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Gen Z’s First Family? What it is: In the upcoming 2020 Presidential election millennials and their Gen Z counterparts are poised…

Vol. 5 Issue 17 | April 26, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. We Love the Earth What it is: To celebrate “Earth Day,” Lil Dickey, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, and Ariana Grande released a…

Fear & Worry
A Parent’s Guide to Fear & Worry

Scripture is littered with commands not to be afraid, to trust God, and to act in faith, yet depression, anxiety, self-harm, and suicide rates are soaring in the US. What gives? And how can we fix this monumental problem? This Guide seeks to help you understand where fear and worry come from so you can help your kids overcome them and instead live from the knowledge that God is sovereign and works all things for the good of those who love Him.

Vol. 5 Issue 14 | April 5, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. MLK & Gen Z What it is: 51 years ago yesterday, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated on his hotel balcony…

Vol. 5, Issue 13 | March 29, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. 17 + 2 What it is: Two more Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have died—this time by suicide. Why it’s heartbreaking: Recent…

A Parent’s Guide to the MOMO Challenge
A Parent’s Guide to the MOMO Challenge

The Momo Challenge has recently dominated headlines not once, but twice—first because it was supposedly linked to a 12-year-old’s suicide in Buenos Aires, then more recently because it allegedly began popping up in children’s videos online. But the second time, it became more complicated: Was it an actual challenge scaring children into harming themselves and others? Or was it made up in order to increase page views and interactions on social media?
This Guide seeks to wade through all the information currently available to help you make sense of the whole debacle and offers practical ways to address it with your children and teenagers.

Vol. 5, Issue 9 | March 1, 2019

Three Things This Week 1. Is Momo Back? What it is: The insidious Momo Challenge, which encourages participants to self-harm and even commit suicide, is allegedly…