Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

5 stats for parents to know about teen digital media use

I have two teenage sons. So one conversation I have over and over—with my kids, my husband, my friends—is how to handle video games.

How a firebombed pregnancy center is changing the post-Roe landscape

Jim Harden got the phone call at 2:30 in the morning. “The smoke detectors are going off in the Buffalo office,” he was told. Right…

One teen’s journey to and from a transgender identity shows the dangerous role of public education and social media in gender dysphoria

Eva was in a church luncheon when she got an email from her 12-year-old daughter Grace. (Their names have been changed.) “Mom and Dad, I need to tell you I’m not actually a girl,” she read. “My pronouns are they/them.” Eva couldn’t breathe. She felt like she’d been punched in the gut.

Choosing God over college basketball: Why one top player quit her team

When Leah Church got into the University of North Carolina (UNC), she cried. Her mom cried. Her sister cried. It was her dream school, and…