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Is the drive for success in Christian families making our kids sick?
Posted on January 10, 2016 by Dr. G
As Christians, we’re increasingly called to lead countercultural lives in embracing values very different than those embraced in the society in which we live. Shouldn’t our kids be “different” in their prevalence of anxiety-related illness and disability compared to their peers? Continue reading →
Posted in Advocacy, Anxiety Disorders, Families, Key Ministry | Tagged academics, anxiety, children, children's ministry, Christian parenting, chronic stress, Common Core, Family Ministry, Key Ministry, school, Stephen Grcevich MD, stress-related illness, student ministry, teenagers, tuition | 1 Comment