Monthly Archives : May 2016

Not only do we have a new set on this episode of The High Road, but we also have a new edition to Global Connection! Today we welcome Global Consultant Maxwell Adams! Today’s topic: The migration of people groups. Oftentimes large groups of people leave their homelands due to war, persecution, political unrest and natural disasters. Others have migrated for freedom and new beginnings….

The Stepford Syndrome

Guest Post by Joe Dallas The power of porn may not just be its explicit content. It may also be its capacity to take the viewer into another world. Porn’s a place where bodies and people are perfect, where imaginary lovers comply with every wish. It’s the stuff both horror and heartbreak are made of. Novelist Ira Levin tapped into the horror of it in…

Renee Dallas is the founder of WIFEBOAT, a web-based resource for women whose marriages have been impacted by sexual infidelity. She conducts Online Support Groups and works on one-on-one coaching and support. Here are the top three questions she gets from women when they come to WifeBoat: You mention “Boundaries” as one of the issues wounded wives struggle with.  What are boundaries, and…

On this episode of Global Connection, we discuss Russia’s apparent push toward traditional values. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, “Many Euro-Atlantic countries have moved away from their roots, including Christian values. Policies are being pursued that place on the same level a multi-child family and a same-sex partnership, a faith in God and a belief in Satan. This is the path to degradation.”…

    First World, Second World, and Third World countries –  Do you think this classification is an accurate representation of the world? On this episode of Global Connection, Drake and Serena discussed their experience and observations about this map. Both emphasized that although the United States is a First World country, there is definitely room for improvement. Serena: Our students are not performing…