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Media Boundaries
by Dionna Sanchez
We've known for quite a while how the different forms of media (radio, TV, magazines, etc) can influence our lives. They can change how we feel about ourselves and what moral or social views we may have had. They do this very powerfully in our children's hearts and minds as well. <more...>

from Focus on the Family

Plugged-in from Focus on the Family seeks to help parents and youth leaders 'guide teens through the world of popular youth culture'. The site provides reviews for film, music, television, and more. Certainly a great place to be informed... all with the trust in knowing Focus on the Family stands behind it.

Family Friendly Movies:
Top picks from The Dove Foundation
Top 10 Family Friendly Movies of 2004
Top 10 Family Friendly Movies of 2005
Top 10 Family Friendly Movies of 2006

Christian Film News
Find out what's happening in the world of Christian film news with interviews, insight, and more.

Movie Glimpse
Movie Glimpse helps in "connecting spiritual insights and gospel themes to the movies that touch your heart". Knowing that movies satisfy our desire for story telling, Movie Glimpse serves to connect this compelling media with our spiritual faith.

Family Flix 
Provides an innovative service by editing movies to make them more family-friendly. Their extensive list of movies offers great entertainment, free from much of the offensive language and graphic scenes.

Movie Guide
Dr. Ted Baehr, an award-winning producer, writer, director, radio personality, and scholar, is the driving force behind Movie Guide. He is also the author of The Media-Wise Family, a great resource for parents struggling to raise kids in the popular culture.

Fighting the TV Culture
by Mark Brandenburg MA, CPCC
A recently completed study at Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle indicated that for every hour a young child (age two or under) watched TV each day, there was a 10% increase in the chances of an attention disorder by the time this child was age seven. This is happening in a country where, according to the Kaiser Family Institute, around 65% of kids age two or under watch at least two hours of TV a day.  <more...>

Another Reality TV Show Or A Reality Check?
by Geela
These days there is a growing trend towards reality TV shows that are based on external shallow values. With the appeal of junk food, it has a powerful hypnotic effect even on the strongest minds. But while reality TV may seem like a harmless form of entertainment, the damage (which is done so subtly) is very powerful and therefore it deserves a closer look. So the question is 'Do we really need another reality TV show or perhaps it's time for a reality check?'  <more...>

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