Growing pains… peer pressure… parent’s expectations. No wonder you want to escape into the world of Facebook, video games or various mind-numbing activities. But sooner or later you have to make choices about how to deal with life, so we’re producing edgy, provocative and inspiring videos to help you make positive ones.
A young man loses his temper, resulting in tragic consequences. Now, he must learn detachment.
Two sisters set aside their digital devices for a day, go to the park, and experience reverence for nature.
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Thanks to Mom, two friends practice M&M while on Spring Break.
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Special thanks to The Family Virtues Guide, by Linda Kavelin Popov with Dr. Dan Popov Ph.D., and John Kavelin, and The Virtues Project, a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life.
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4 thoughts on “THE “V” CHANNEL FOR TEENS”
Thank you, Scott. Is it possible to use the vimeo’s in Holland but then as DVD with ‘subtitles’, I meen with Dutch words in the base of the films? I am very interested and I am sure a lot of facilitators and schools in the Netherlands too.
Wonderful ! Keep up the good work.
Thank you for your “thank you”! I broke out in a big smile of appreciation when I read your insightful and encouraging words. All of us at The “V” Channel honor you for your Caring and Devotion to your children—both at home at school. Wishing you and your kids “Victory via Virtues!”
Thank you Scott, the content is rich and the learning is valuable-this is just what children need to rely on when faced with life’s tough decisions.