Medi-Share Health and Wellness Articles

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Raising Boys to be Godly Men
While our perspectives as a mother and a father may have some differences, parents' overall philosophy of raising a child in the Christian faith should remain the same - teach them to love God and He will take care of the rest.
Student Leadership

For over 25 years, Student Leadership has invested in the lives of over 255,000 students from around the nation. Student Leadership’s mission is to develop and equip student leaders to Think, Dream, and Lead. 

Raising Grateful and Generous Kids
In a time where entitlement and selfishness seem to be on the rise, instilling the values of generosity and gratitude in your children has become more critical than ever before.
Tips to Limit Screen Time in a Virtual Learning Environment
With the advent of the virtual learning environment, one more thing that may seem out of your control is your child’s screen time. Here are some practical steps to reducing screen time.
Encouraging a Biblical Foundation for our Children
Discover ways to encourage your children to learn God’s Word. No other writing has stood the test of time, transcending different centuries and cultures, and yet, when opened and read today, is still able to speak to each of us in a very relevant way.
How to Get your Kids to Eat Better
Eating food is the one thing we do every day that has the ability to drastically improve our health. While it’s never too late to start eating healthy, the sooner we start, the more benefits we can reap.
Growing a Healthy Garden with Kids
Now is the perfect time to plan and plant a garden with your family. But there are other, more worthwhile reasons to get out in the garden together.

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