Are you happy with the way your family celebrates the holiday? Here are some ideas to keep it from becoming just another day.
Our problem in America is not that we don't know we are to be thankful, but often we choose to complain instead.
Here are some of our best ideas, plus a few new ones, to help you make this Thanksgiving a holiday to remember.
What husbands and wives are saying about each other this Thanksgiving.
Barbara Rainey talks about her book consisting of true stories designed to teach children the beauty of gratitude.
Barbara Rainey encourages families to ask questions designed to help guests think thoughtfully about all their blessings.
Barbara Rainey recalls the moment in her mothering when she realized that her children must be her priority.
Mothering is a ministry to the future. It's a ministry that, in the end, only God fully sees.
Learn a simple and creative way to teach your children the true meaning of Easter.
Moms Barbara Rainey and Tracey Eyster share some fun ideas for celebrating Easter.
God first introduced Himself as “I AM.” How would you introduce him to others?
Is the gospel the focus of your Easter celebration?
Keith and Kristyn Getty remind us the reason for the season.
Give meaningful gifts this Christmas — Christmas gifts to pass on to future generations
Here’s a list of holiday CDs with songs that focus on Christ’s birth.
Four ideas for telling very young children the truth in a way they will understand.
Formulating a strategy for dealing with the stress of that accompanies holidays with loved ones.
Our homes are living testimonies of our values, and no more so than at Christmas.
We all know Deuteronomy 6 commands us to "teach our children about God" - but have we missed the other part of the passage?
This recipe became a family tradition for Thanksgiving brunch.
Are you tired of reindeer, snowmen, and Santas dominating your Christmas holidays?
Teaching children how to focus their hearts and minds outward on others during the holiday season.
A growing to-do list can keep us distracted during the holidays.
We need to guide our children and grandchildren into the habit of giving thanks in all things.
The same power that raised Christ from the dead is available to us. It can make us new, and it can resurrect any relationship that seems hopeless.
Friends share special ways they have been remembered as mothers and ways they've honored their own moms.
Here are some ways you can thank moms on Mother's Day and beyond.
A beloved Christmas carol, written by a man lost in despair, directs us to remember the living God who sent His Son.
In the November 2004 issue of The Family Room, we asked our readers to send us stories of their most meaningful Christmas gifts.
Use the names of Christ to teach your kids who He is and how to relate to Him.