Tips for making this holiday season more enjoyable.
A couple married 55 years shares some of the best marriage advice my husband and I ever received.
Your love can mature and sweeten during the coming seasons of your marriage.
These activities can become treasured long-standing traditions for your family.
We are made in the emotional image of God, so we shouldn't be afraid of those feelings when they crop up.
Barbara and I learned that without a plan and the inner resources to move through problems, a marriage will flounder.
It’s important for husbands and wives to agree on financial decisions because they both will experience the consequences.
Suggestions from experienced stepfathers on conquering Stepdad Mountain.
In today’s activity-packed society, it’s more important than ever to intentionally connect with your kids.
Here's a list of values and character traits that helped us focus on biblical priorities in our parenting.
We used these ideas to help our children on their spiritual journeys.
Connect with your children by getting outside for these fun activities.
Defeating isolation in your relationship.
Many well meaning parents mistakenly focus on a child’s conduct and miss the root cause … the heart.
In today's transient society, when family ties are weakening, children need to know their heritage.
A survey in a teen Sunday school class reveals a desire to know the honest truth.
In order to have healthy marriages and families, we must obey our God-given desire for peace and rest.
Raising teenagers means pursuing their heart even when they don’t demonstrate love in return.
Take a stroll down a typical American neighborhood, and you’ll find families who desperately need a break from the rat race
How to encourage your teen to become a person of integrity.
There is beauty in learning to let go of your adult children.
Will what you do today make a difference tomorrow?
As a mom it's easy to feel useless, isolated, boxed in or imprisoned at home.
Communication struggles need to be identified before they can be repaired.
There are ways in which we can prepare our lives to find comfort even after the death of a spouse.
Sons need the model of maleness that they can best find in their father.
I saw God's plan for marriage first hand as I walked my daughter down the aisle.
As we raised our six children, Barbara and I had many opportunities to train them to get along with each other.
Because teens are trying to figure out who they are, what they are supposed to do, and what’s expected of them, all of these issues focus on the big me.
The greatest shield of protection we can provide for our children is prayer.