Identity and sex are vitally tied—and not just in LGBT+ conversations. In talking to kids about sex, identity is more important than you think.
Wondering who you after a major life change is normal. Circumstances change us. But how do you discover yourself after marriage?
While your parents may have dreaded talking to you about sex, you get to change the narrative. Because talking to your kids about sex is not just talking to them about sex.
Roles in traditional homes grow with the family. But in stepfamilies, it's not always clear how everything should work.
Having a brother with chronic illness, I've learned a few things that have helped him cope. I hope these lessons encourage and help you as you support your sibling.
If you want to offer a widow hope, encourage her to hope in God. Not in God changing her circumstances, but being with her no matter what comes.
There’s a broad spectrum of viewpoints on divorce. How do we know what to believe? We need to look at what the Bible says about divorce.
You’re in a painful place in your marriage, asking, “Should I Get a Divorce?” This decision requires the guidance of wise, biblical counsel.
Walking out of our wedding, my husband's hand in mine. This was the beginning of our first year of marriage. How surprising could it be?
In the last few years, tradwife influencers have been a controversial subject. So, how should Christians approach this topic?
As a new Christian, prayer didn't come easy to me. But prayer journaling helped organize my thoughts in a way I felt God could hear me.
Take five minutes each day for these prayers for Easter and Holy Week, to remind your family what this season’s all about.
Do we have to be perfect parents if we want our kids to find God’s peace in this life? Hardly! But we do need to point them to the One who is perfect.
When God is made the focus and motivator of our lives, the revival in our homes can and will impact our corners of the world.
Want to be the spiritual leader of your family but don’t know where to start? Here are seven essentials for leading well.
It’s one thing when your home is filled with fighting. But if things are just okay? How do you work on your marriage when your spouse won’t?
Your relationship with your college kid may change as they grow. So here are five things they may need on Christmas break.
Need a low-stress way to keep the holiday fun while still focusing on the meaning of Christmas? We’ve got you covered with this family Christmas countdown.
A godly home isn’t a perfect place but a place where others sense the influence of Christ. Here are 30 traits that help define it.
Godly homes are where imperfect families rely on God’s grace to be faithful reflections of Him in the way they relate to others.
I love family vacations. But when seven of us are in the minivan, sinful natures threaten family fun. Relate? Here are three reminders.
The emotional and spiritual pain after an abortion is overwhelming. Here are five ways to help a friend process.
When you’ve been hurt by a parent, forgiveness can be hard hard, but letting go of resentment is possible. Here are three things to remember.
Want to pray more with your spouse, but don’t know where to start? Try these five simple prayers for couples.
Different values aren’t just “out there,” they’re in your living room. Amidst all your loss and hurt, can family conflict grow you stronger?
It can be tough to connect with a child who’s different from you in their interests, passions, even their core. How can you close the gap?
I want to be open in talking to my kids about Ukraine, but how do I explain something to my kids that I can’t wrap my own head around?
Emotional flooding makes every marital conflict feel like an emergency. How do you slow down so every argument doesn’t lead to devastation?
When your marriage is on the rocks, it’s easy to lose hope. But here are four important truths to hold onto to not lose heart.
The Bible holds up marriage as an example of Jesus’ relationship with the Church. So how can you help when someone's spouse wants a divorce?