A few positive lessons from my guilty pleasure over the last few months.
Can ‘The Bachelorette’ Teach Us Anything About Marriage?
The Real Cost of Keeping Up With the Kardashians
NBA star Blake Griffin may be able to afford a huge child support payment, but kids need more than that.
70 Things We Love About Grandpa
Tribute to Ron and Cleve Boehi
Caring for Older Parents: Heeding the Fifth Commandment
Whatever problems may develop, my commitment is to do whatever it takes to help my parents, respect them, and honor them.
There She Is: Miss America, #MeToo, and Your Kids
Brava, Miss America, for eliminating a bit of the external from the ideal. And let’s not stop there. What does it look like for each of us to disregard the bigger “swimsuit competition” far deeper within?
FamilyLife’s first feature film, Like Arrows, is coming to a theater near you, but this week only!
Like Arrows Is an Unlikely Winner
Director Kevin Peeples explains that the project didn’t even start out as a movie.
The Story Behind FamilyLife’s New Film, ‘Like Arrows’
Bob Lepine answers behind-the-scenes questions about the movie.
‘This is Us’ Is All of Us
Everyone has a family. And every family has a story.
The Role of a Stepgrandparent
You can be an important and influential role in the family with a little grace and wisdom.
“Just Get Used to It”
Over 25 years of marriage have taught my husband and me how to adjust to each other’s families.
“Without God There Is No Hope”
Rick and Judy Taylor talk about recovering from the death of their son, Kyle.
“We Will Be a Family”
How six adult children honored the single mother who raised them.
Ten Urgent Steps for for Keeping Your Family Spiritually Strong
Editor’s Note: On the December 10-11, 2012, FamilyLife Today® broadcasts, host Dennis Rainey suggested the following ways for families to stay spiritually strong in today’s culture.
Realities of the Caregiving Journey
Taking care of our elderly parents is a journey into the character of Christ.
Parents Today Say Their Job Is Harder Than Ever
Many parents today feel overwhelmed by the pace at which technology is changing the American home.
The Art of a Loving Rebuke
When it’s necessary to confront and correct someone, do it in a way that puts a priority on the relationship.
What Do the Politics of Jesus Look Like?
In a divisive political season, here are thoughts on what it means to “render to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s.”
Social Media and the Comparison Trap
Too often what we see on social media, at a party, or even on Sunday at church in no way reflects what’s really going on in someone’s life.
We live in an age when the role of grandparents isn’t clearly defined.
A Woman’s Greatest Fear?
It’s hard not to have control, and one thing that we can’t ever determine is what lies ahead.
4 Steps Grandparents Can Take When Relationships Are Broken
Your grandchildren need you. Do not abandon them.
Letting Jesus Love Through You
Don’t let fear cause you to mistreat those who are different from you.
4 Hard Questions About Homosexuality
We all need to live lives of constant repentance, recognizing that the entire Christian life is one of constant temptation to sin and simultaneous call to obey Christ.
Is the Christian View of Sexuality Harmful?
The gospel liberates us from the mindset that sex is intrinsic to human fulfillment.
Passing on a Heritage of Faith to Your Grandchildren
We need to be grandparents who focus on what matters, on what lasts.
The Incredible Importance of Grandparenting
As a grandparent, do you realize you are second only to the parents in your potential to impact your grandchildren spiritually?
From Homelessness to Hope
At the Atlanta Mission, men are learning from the Stepping Up video series that the first step to transformation is a willingness to change.
An Unlikely Hero in a Time of War
The same faith that led Alvin York to be a pacifist also led him to become the most decorated soldier in World War I and a post-war philanthropist.