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How to Keep Up


Is keeping up with pop culture getting you down? For the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, I'm John Stonestreet with The Point.

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If you have teenagers or work with students, you know how quickly that what’s popular today is out tomorrow, replaced by something that’s even more “out there.” Pop culture is notoriously fickle, and difficult to keep up with, particularly for those who want to help their kids navigate that world without losing their souls.

Well, thankfully, my friends at Axis have the answer: It’s called The Culture Translator. Wondering what Scream Queens is about? Want to know the themes behind the top 10 pop songs of the week? Haven’t heard of the app “Peeple” (the Yelp for rating real people?). Need to know the latest trends of teen dating in the digital age? Each week, The Culture Translator puts the must know new things in youth culture all in one place for you, complete with links, a description and a worldview analysis.

And it’s free—comes right to your email if you subscribe. Visit Axis.org to sign up for the Culture Translator. That’s Axis.org.

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