An Enneagram 3 to the core, I know I can change the world. Feeding hungry children, slashing divorce rates, and housing homeless: bring it on!
Disagreement usually sparks hatred. But when did disagreeing equate hating? We, as a whole, have forgotten how to respectfully disagree.
In the wake of tragic events, it’s tempting to feel hopeless or point fingers at others. Here are some practical ways I can respond now.
Whether or not Ed Sheeran recognizes it, his lyrics communicate the truth that the things of this world will never satisfy.
The ad is surfacing yet again, as Gillette attempts to explain billion-dollar losses this quarter. The public wonders if we need more or less masculinity.
“Close-minded. Unaccepting. Judgmental.” Many in our society label Christians as the most hateful people of all in a world fighting for love to win.
A catchy new song by Miley reveals a view on love that may not last a lifetime.
A millennial’s perspective on Joshua Harris’s “falling away” from the Christian faith: “I am among the generation that was shaped, both good and bad.”
Women who have never married or had children are the happiest and healthiest, I heard. I’m an unmarried woman with no children. Does single equal happy?
Even the mighty fall. To some, Josh Harris was mighty. He had great influence on their spiritual formation. I hope and pray they know that the Almighty still stands.
We just want our kids to win at sports! But often in the process, we ruin their fun and train them to despise our approach to life and worldview.
Besides her obvious talent on the tennis court, Coco demonstrated what it looks like when parents teach that there’s more going on than just the game.
Eight months into their marriage, Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk live in separate houses much of the time. Friends say it’s ideal. But what’s up?
As the dad of a 13-year-old girl, when Teen Vogue moves from popping pimples to pushing pimps, I need to raise my hand and say, “I’m not for this.”
Tickets to JoJo Siwa’s sold out D.R.E.A.M. tour is all my eleven-year-old daughter wanted for her birthday. I was determined to find a way to take her.
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.
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 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.
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.)
Does it really matter if preachers wear hip clothes or live expensive lifestyles?
Tiger Woods’ emotional grip on his son culminated a journey back from the sports-dead. We see a man experience professional victory and personal redemption.
Political leaders might have their own agendas, but those cannot thwart God’s.
I saw a hashtag on Twitter this week about why people who have been sexually abused might choose not to report it.
NBA star Blake Griffin may be able to afford a huge child support payment, but kids need more than that.
Ten ways for families to stay spiritually strong in today’s culture.
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.”
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.
Here are some practical things you can do to guard your children.
Something has shifted in our culture the last few months as hidden sexual sins—especially in the workplace—are brought into the light. Why has this happened so suddenly?
In the wake of the current outcry against sexual mistreatment of women, what reception will the film Fifty Shades Freed receive?
My counseling experience leads me to conclude that evil is very much at work in the world, in our mind, and in our body.
How you can be involved in the aftermath of disasters like Irma and Harvey.
Events in Charlottesville remind us that ultimately the solution to racism comes when hearts are transformed.
Three truths to remember when incomprehensible tragedies occur.
It’s up to this generation of Christians to reverse course, and it starts at home.
Cynics are ‘prayer shaming’ Christians after shootings or disasters. But are there times when we use that phrase as little more than a platitude?
Looking for signs that something is amiss … and helping your child heal.
The “crisis in the American family” isn’t downstream from Woodstock or the Pill, but downstream from the wreckage of Eden.
To return our nation to its feet, we must first return to our knees.
That Jesus was committed to heterosexual marriage could not be more evident. He was just as committed to the permanence and fidelity of marriage.
Response to a special edition of FamilyLife Today on the topic of the Supreme Court’s decisions regarding same-sex marriage.
A clear understanding of God’s purposes for marriage helps us understand what’s at stake if our culture redefines what He originally created.
A guide to help you make your eating habits more pleasing to God.
At a recent speaking engagement, I received a lesson far more profound than the one I was giving.
Abusive behavior was never and can never be a part of God’s plan for a marriage or a family.
Care for the environment takes our commitment to a godly legacy to a new level of responsibility and conscientiousness.
Observations from my 100th Weekend to Remember marriage getaway.