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Teaching Family History Strengthens Youth

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Too much wasted time

Times are tough for our youth today.  So many traps and vices are waiting to snare them.  We cannot just wait for the right time to fortify them.  The village has got to come together on this. 

We need to be teaching about the great people who paved the way before them.  Parents may need help from the grandparents and from the village in teaching our youth about our heritage.

They must understand that their time is better spent preparing for their future rather than hanging out on corners late at night. See 

About 50 teens arrested for violating earlier Philly curfew meant to curb violent youth mobs

A sense of duty

They need to feel the weight of the responsibility we all have to be true to the desires and hopes and dreams of our ancestors. How will they do this if we do not work to help them know of those ancestors?  

We will have author, Don McClure who wrote Broken Wings Fallen Angels to join us. Don also is the host of the Don S. McClure Show on Blog Talk Radio.

Join host, Robin Foster, and guest, Queen Sheba, as we discuss this topic. See Getting started with your family history.

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