The pop music star is about to turn 30, and her list of life lessons beautifully blends heart with humor, plus practicality and purpose.
What’s a level-headed but vigilant parent to do with this information? Here are five ways to respond to the unsettling Momo Challenge.
Your sons have already heard about the owner of the New England Patriots charged with solicitation of prostitution. What will they hear from you?
My limited experience has taught me to be vigilant in what I allow before my children’s eyes.
The popular television show tells us there is romance and redemption lying wait in our days, breathless not with passion, but with the hard work of love.
A few positive lessons from my guilty pleasure over the last few months.
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!
FamilyLife’s first film is meant to be a glimpse into a path that can take you deeper into parenting the heart of your children.
Bob Lepine answers behind-the-scenes questions about the movie.
Many parents today feel overwhelmed by the pace at which technology is changing the American home.
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.
In this wireless, tech world, parents need to be proactive in connecting with their teens through real conversation.
Well-written books can reinforce the values and morals you want to impart to your children. They can help you parent well.
The proliferation of internet stars should cause us to question their focus—and ours.
This movie about the power of prayer may be unlike anything else you’ve seen.
The irony of this film is that it leaves out Louie Zamperini’s experiences after World War II—when he became a broken man.
While your kids may know more than you about technology, they need your wisdom and guidance.
A college student examines the impact of the shows today’s youth are watching on YouTube.
We need your help to spread the new film’s message about godly parenting.
No matter how tech savvy you are as a parent, your kids will always know more. Here are some ideas on how to engage with them.
The movie centers on the joys and trials of parenting and the power of family to shape the next generation.
Two questions that will help you discern if the ‘Fifty Shades’ book and film presents a treacherous deception.
Are you devoting enough time to deepening your relationship with your spouse offline?
Even if turning your television off completely is an unbearable thought, consider these ideas for replacing a portion of your television-watching time.
The film and television industry promotes the same views—over and over again.
An opportunity for you and your children to better understand the workings of the mass media of entertainment together.
Parents can keep their children safe from video game addiction by avoiding these five common mistakes.
As much as we enjoy the Internet, it’s time for many of us to realize how easily this relatively new medium can consume us.
How to help your child make wise media entertainment choices.
Our constant consumption of television, movies, internet, cell phones, etc., affects us in more ways than we realize.
Promoting face-to-face communication in your marriage and family.
Readers sound off on how mobile technology is affecting their relationships.
The new movie from the creators of Fireproof is a powerful story of renewal and recommitment.
Technology is changing so quickly that most of us are barely aware of how our behavior is changing.
Instilling a love for reading is a gift that keeps giving.
A report on how the film is changing lives with its challenge to apply biblical principles of love to your marriage.
We need convictions and a personal, proactive plan for handling media wisely.
A big shift may be occurring in the way we gather and process information, but we must summon the discipline to slow down enough to focus on what’s important.