What happens when society redefines family? Our teenagers are sorting through the wounds of a generation’s idea that family is whatever you want it to be.
Why What You Think About Family Matters
Is it Respect When Women Don’t Want to be Respected?
High school wrestler Brendan Johnston explained, “I’m not really comfortable wrestling a girl.” Is this a sign of his narrow-mindedness and ego? Or respect?
Does Raising Children with a Concept of Sin Harm Them?
One woman says her upbringing was based in fear and shame because of the concept of sin. God was a megaphone in my head: “You’re bad, you’re bad!”
Teaching Our Daughters Positive Self-Talk
When my 6-year-old daughter with long, lanky legs called her thighs fat, I knew something had to change. I didn’t know body image issues would come so early.
“I want sex more than he does!” 4 Tips for the Sexually-Frustrated Woman
1 in 5 women have the higher sex drive. But when our husbands decline–or rarely initiate sex–it leaves us thinking, What’s wrong with him? Or is it me?
Ayesha Curry Said it For Women Everywhere
Does anybody notice me? Am I pretty enough? Good enough? Ayesha Curry’s open interview voiced concerns that most women aren’t brave enough to express.
Affirmation: the Perfect Graduation Gift
We give words of affirmation to someone shortly before or after their death. But why wait? Learn to speak life giving affirmations today.
When Mother’s Day Hurts
Here are 10 ways to bless a hurting mom in your life.
One Dollar = One Taco: Easy Money Lessons Over Fast Food
In a first world country, our kids know that everything they could ever want to buy is accessible. How do we teach them the value of things and money?
To My Wife on Mother’s Day
Every day is Mother’s Day in our little household. Because you do so much. But I want this day to be a reminder of my commitment to you.
If Bill Gates Can Drop Off His Kids, So Can You
When dads share the household responsibilities, it’s a win-win for the family and a win-win for society. Bill Gates, tech guru, and wife Melinda proved it.
When Your Man’s Long Hours Don’t Feel Like Love
Following a Major League Baseball career, my husband’s work led to a new demanding position. So, I came home to an empty house and had dinner alone again.
Dear Mom, Thanks for the Real Moments of Motherhood
Here’s to our mothers. Thanks for letting us see you struggle, ask for help, and never give up on the ones you love.
Why I Decided to Foster a College Student
For one couple, becoming foster parents happened in a really unexpected way.
To The Single Mom on Mother’s Day
I see you, single mom. I know you’re out there and you may be struggling today on Mother’s Day. You deserve this day the most.
Viral Rant “Society to Working Moms” Totally Gets Women’s Stress
While we might relate to the laundry list of women pressures, we have to be honest about why working moms and our husbands believe them.
When Life Gets Tough, Self-Esteem Is Not the Answer
“Trust your heart. Believe in you.” Yet with the constant encouragement to pat ourselves on the back, the result isn’t all sunshine and cupcakes.
Broken Womb, Broken Heart: Facing Infertility
It’s sobering hearing that your body will never carry a child. That because of infertility you’ll never know the kicks of a baby growing inside you.
Why would Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Try Another Marriage?
This will be J. Lo’s fourth and A-Rod’s second marriage. What makes them think that this one will be the one that sticks? (We hope it does.)
Save Sex for the Honeymoon
There are benefits to abstaining from sex while engaged. Here are five reasons to say “I won’t” until you say “I do.”
Romantic Summer Getaways for Less
Invest time in your marriage so your family will have a firm foundation.
5 Reasons Your Preteen Needs You
Children this age are unique because they still invite participation and closeness with parents—an attitude that will be changing soon.
5 Keys to a Truly Romantic Marriage
Adding a little tenderness to your marriage is easier than you think.
We Didn’t Have a Clue We Had a Problem
Attending FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember® early in our marriage gave us the tools we needed to build a healthy and sustainable union.
Making Your Home a Sanctuary for Your Family
You can make your home a place of peace and safety for you and your spouse and kids. Here are some ways to create the setting.
When to Call It Off Before the Big Day
Marriage is a big deal. It makes sense to work through the hard questions together so you’re equipped to keep the lifetime commitment you’re about to make.
How to Say ‘Not Tonight’ Without Crushing His Ego
Is it ever okay to deny his advances? Everybody needs an occasional raincheck, right?
Preachers in Sneakers
Does it really matter if preachers wear hip clothes or live expensive lifestyles?
How to Not Lose It on Your Kids After a Stressful Day at Work
I shudder at the times I’ve acted irritably toward my kids because I was still stressed from work. How do we come home as the loving parents we want to be?
Negotiating Parental Leave for the Working Mom with a New Baby
Who is responsible for making ends meet when a new baby joins a family – the new parents, their employers, or the government?