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Jane Jimenez
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Jane Jimenez
       A former elementary school teacher, Jane Jimenez ( is now a freelance writer dedicated to issues of importance to women and the family. She writes a regular column titled "From the Home Front." Her work has appeared in both Christian and secular publications. Jane and her husband Victor live in Phoenix and have two children.

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Latest columns by Jane Jimenez
» A Forest of One Tree
       No issue this year looms larger than marriage and the fight to define what marriage will be for the next generation. All sorts of arguments fly through the air. What is fair? Who is going to get or lose health insurance? Who won't be able to get marr... read more
    October 28, 2006
    Christian Living
» Technically Speaking
       Ms. Magazine has once again given cover placement to a story about abortion. Its October 10 issue is a megaphone for women who are announcing, "We Had Abortions." Ironically, this new effort to defend abortion points out the failure of the ... read more
    October 14, 2006
    Christian Living
» Expiration Date on Parents
       It always happens. Every time our daughter arrives with a medical malady, it's always the same. Last time it was a headache. Jamie dragged herself in the front door and asked me if I had any aspirin. "Sure," I said, "in the bathroom.&q... read more
    October 6, 2006
    Social Issues
» Stay the Course
       New reports have been released, and the news is good for teens, their parents and our families. The teen pregnancy rate in the United States has declined by 36 percent between 1990 and 2002. Since 1990, when the teen pregnancy rate peaked at over 115... read more
    October 3, 2006
    Christian Living
» Political Cures
       There's nothing like a political year to bring every possible cure out of the woodwork for every social and economic ill that befalls American society. If America has a problem, there is a politician promising us a political cure to fix it. Children ... read more
    September 21, 2006
» Poisoning Childhood
       She stands with her arms folded resolutely across her chest. In the background of the photo, you can see playground equipment. She is the mom protecting our children in this lead magazine article about the dangers of pest control spraying in the nati... read more
    September 14, 2006
    Social Issues
» Fear-Based Sex Education
       Much has been said about fear-based sex education in the past few years. And I finally think I have figured out what they're talking about. Yes, there is a lot of fear out there in the world of sex education. It literally leaps off the pages of newsp... read more
    September 9, 2006
» Starting with the Back Page
       Two-and-a-half inches, the letters on the top of the front page reach out and grab passers-bys on the college campus: NEW TIMES. Although it proclaims its Times as NEW, the paper is actually over 35 years old, a living legacy from the Age of Aquarius... read more
    September 1, 2006
    Christian Living
» Worst-Case Scenario
       This is the time of year when students head off to school. From kindergarten through college, anxious parents wave goodbye to their children as they relinquish the ever-watchful parent control and trust the fate of their children to outside forces. T... read more
    August 24, 2006
» Hey, Everybody, Let's Give Up!
       Fifteen people sat around the conference table. Fourteen were educators teaching junior and senior high students about sexual abstinence until marriage. One person, Mr. Boss Man, at the head of the table, was a state leader in charge of setting the e... read more
    August 9, 2006
    Social Issues
» Curing a Disease That 'Wasn't'
       A bright, bold sweater hangs from the thrift store rack. Beautiful on the hanger, a telltale loose strand of yarn hangs from the hem just under the last bottom bright gold button. At $5.00, the bargain tempts the unwary. But for those who take time t... read more
    July 20, 2006
    Social Issues
» How Young Is Too Young?
       I think she still holds it against me. As a teen today, it's absolutely ludicrous to think that my niece Katie needs to hold my hand while crossing the street. But way back when, when Katie was just three, our battle of wills produced fierce tears. O... read more
    July 13, 2006
    Social Issues
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