Changing Hearts and Bringing Hope

Lifeline’s Critical and Responsible Thinking program (CRT) is taught using creative, interactive curriculum based on fourteen “lies” and “truths”. These concepts have been put into three distinct tracks for children, teenagers, and adults resulting in age-appropriate applications for the entire family. 


CRT teaches participants how to make healthy decisions, which can then be applied to a variety of areas in their lives. Participants learn about the thought patterns that underlie many problems they face—and are challenged  to develop new ideas about how they can achieve their goals. Courses can be customized to the unique needs of each particular group.


  • Middle School & High School Children: What was I Thinking?: Designed for teens, a fourteen-lesson program teaching different attitudes or “Lies” that foster irresponsible thinking. Participants are taught appropriate responses based on “Truths” that can be used to make responsible choices, resulting in youth developing healthy decision-making processes.


  • Elementary Age Chlidren - The Adventures of Thinking Town Kids: Designed for elementary-aged children, a thirty-lesson program using different characters that come from Thinking Town—an imaginary place in the mind. Characters act upon the “Lies” and “Truths,” or attitudes and responses, that children learn to evaluate.  Participants are taught appropriate responses, relating the negative and positive responses back to the characters they have learned. 

  • ​Parents & Advocates - What Are These Kids Thinking: 

    Designed for parents, a fourteen-lesson program breaking down certain attitudes or “Myths” that come from pressures created when raising children. Participants are taught appropriate responses based on “Rules” that can be used to make responsible choices, resulting in a development of healthy decision making processes that will affect the entire family. 


  • Employees: What was I Thinking?
    Designed for employees, a fourteen-lesson program teaching different attitudes or “Myths” that foster irresponsible thinking in the workplace. Participants are taught appropriate responses based on “Truths” that can be used to make responsible choices, resulting in employees moving toward the company’s mission, developing team concepts through cognitive efforts, increasing employee motivation and lastly, mobilizing work-place culture.  



Interactive Classes for the
whole family, students and employees

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