• Pam Stenzel – Sex Saturated Culture and the Next Generation


    This is one of our racier shows. We don’t normally talk about sex, but when dealing with the family, how can you avoid it? Promiscuity is infiltrating our homes, our TV shows and our churches. Have we allowed our children’s minds to be molested in their sex ed classes? In this edition of Home Front, Pam Stenzel explains what our sex saturated culture is doing to the next generation.

    Pam Stenzel is the founder of ENLIGHTEN COMMUNICATIONS Inc. Pam tackles today’s tough issues of sex with candor, insight, humor, and the challenge for young people to get the abstinence advantage.

    Pam has traveled worldwide, speaking in person to over 500,000 young people each year about issues of sexuality and the importance of abstinence – her videos are viewed by millions worldwide. Pam also holds seminars with parents and educators regarding issues of teen sex and how vital character building is in a child’s upbringing.

    You can access all of Pam’s resources, including her new book, at www.pamstenzel.com

  • Dr. Jennifer Morse on Marriage, Family and Economics


    Join us for a discussion of marriage and children with Dr. Jennifer Morse, head of the Ruth Institute.

    Dr. Jennifer Morse is one of the nation’s foremost economists.   She is also the Senior Research Fellow in Economics at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty.

    Author of Smart Sex: Finding Life-long Love in a Hook-up World, (2005) and Love and Economics: Why the Laissez-Faire Family Doesn’t Work (2001), recently reissued in paperback, as Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village.

    Dr. Morse served as a Research Fellow for Stanford University’s Hoover Institution from 1997-2005. She received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Rochester in 1980 and spent a postdoctoral year at the University of Chicago during 1979-80. She taught economics at Yale University and George Mason University for 15 years. She was John M. Olin visiting scholar at the Cornell Law School in fall 1993. She is a regular contributor to the National Review Online, National Catholic Register, Town Hall, MercatorNet and To the Source.