Nov 07 2011

How To Connect With Your Kids

Schools struggle every day to create meals for the students.  For the most part, they do a great job.  However, sometimes it goes awry!  Jello mold with veggies in it?  Tell us about the oddest thing you ever saw in the school cafeteria.

FDA: Moldy applesauce repackaged by school lunch supplier.

Special guest Ron Luce co-founder of Teen Mania Ministries and Acquire The Fire.

Reaching Today's Youth

Leaning In

It's Make a Difference Monday!  What have you done to make life better for someone lately?  Has someone made a difference for you?  Tell us about it.

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11/7/2011 2:44:59 PM
ATF Parent United States
ATF Parent
Would love to hear Rev. Luce's feedback on the MSNBC documentary last night:
11/7/2011 2:49:54 PM
Abigail United States
I'd like to hear a response to the MSNBC documentary as well. Why are his kid not apart of this program?
11/7/2011 2:52:05 PM
H.A. Alumnus United States
H.A. Alumnus
What is Mr. Luce's response to his Sister-In-Law's assertion that he liked about her son his nephew, in his latest Parenting Book?  A link to a letter she submitted to a blogger is listd below:
11/7/2011 2:52:09 PM
Abigail United States
Also Did Ron really lie about his own family to sell books?
11/7/2011 2:52:48 PM
H.A. Alumnus United States
H.A. Alumnus
Correction - Lied about her son, his nephew, in his latest Parenting Book?
11/7/2011 4:01:06 PM
Elaine Rau United States
Elaine Rau
I went to small school in Florida. The cook was an older Hungarian woman who prided herself on using up all the available food for our lunches.  There was an overabundance of canned stewed prunes, and there was also a Key Lime tree in the schoolyard. At least once a week, we had Prune Pie which was a lot of stewed prunes cooked in a crust with sugar and lime juice. It looked and sounded disgusting,  but once you got used to it, it was actually pretty good!
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