Are you waiting to be wanted by someone you care about in your blended family? It's a hard reality for many in the early years. Listen to Ron Deal's conversation with Cheryl Shumake on how to persevere through the waiting during the wilderness years.
If the only time your kids see you worshipping God is at church on Sunday morning, then your kids are missing out on a rich experience that could bond your family on a soul-to-soul level. Don Whitney and Lauren Chandler talk about worshiping together with their families.
Are spiritual disciplines really helpful, or just busy work? Justin Earley, author of "The Common Rule," says we all have habits we do without thinking. What would happen if we built habits into our lives that aligned our hearts with our Creator?
Caution: Love without caution.
Forgiving those who hurt us is one of the hardest but greatest things we will ever do. Melissa Ohden relates the challenges she faced forgiving those, who oversaw her abortion, and tells the beautiful reunion story with her biological mother.
Do you seek to build happy memories with those you love? Have you considered the impact of intentional play in your home? Listen to Ron Deal's conversation with Dr. Jim Burns about why and how to use "fun" to connect relationships in your stepfamily.
Psalms For Christmas: a podcast miniseries from FamilyLife. We decorate in December--but the truth behind Christmas celebration feeds an ecstatic life. Author Dane Ortlund explores what’s feast-worthy about Psalm 95.
We plan for the most important things in life. Have you considered making a plan to nourish your children's faith? Terence Chatmon champions parents to lead by example spiritually and mentor and train their children in the faith.
As Christian parents, we plan for the most important things in life but what about our childs faith? Terence Chatmon has a deep desire to help children fall in love with Jesus, and helps parents develop a plan to foster the faith.
Psalms For Christmas: a podcast miniseries from FamilyLife. In “all I want for Christmas”, how can we revel in thankfulness? Author Dane Ortlund explores Psalms for Christmas--and a portrait of a grateful heart.