How can we uphold what the Bible says about marital relationships and make good decisions about housework?
Welcome to Busyness and Stress Articles
Who Does the Housework?
Bringing Back the Sabbath
Many of us have forgotten or never learned how to rest.
10 Ideas: Making Time for Your Spouse
How to keep your marriage on the front burner of life.
A Man’s Priorities: How to Decide What’s Important
Putting God, others, rest, and work in their proper places.
Are You Making the Most of Your “Drive Time”?
These 10 ideas will help you invest your time in your car, instead of waste it.
Handling Interruptions the Godly Way
Giving thanks in all circumstances helps us remember that a sovereign God orders our lives.
It’s Time to Lighten Up!
You’ll never find the time to have fun with your spouse; you have to make time.
Navigating the Interruptions and Busy Seasons of Life
Practical suggestions for regarding interruptions as “sovereign deliveries.”
The Pressures of Life
The heavy pressures in your life are often the things God’s using to press you to Him.
Q&A: Finding Time for Communication With Your Spouse
Suggestions for being intentional about connecting with each other.
Taming the Media Monster
In today’s world of media bombardment, your marriage and family can suffer. Consider these tips for getting media intake under control.
Q&A: No One Can Do It All
There are only so many things parents can do, so make sure you are choosing the right priorities.
We Didn’t Take Time for “Us”
A Weekend to Remember® was just what our great marriage needed.
The Pressure Proof Test
Honest answers to these simple questions will help you identify the pressure points in your marriage and family.
Being Successful Where It Counts
Three suggestions on how to prioritize your life.
10 Ways to Reduce Stress
In order to have healthy marriages and families, we must obey our God-given desire for peace and rest.
Learning the Value of Quiet and Rest
I wonder how many of our children would be able to hear God calling their names through all the noise in the background?
Seven Marks of a Hurried Family
Take a stroll down a typical American neighborhood, and you’ll find families who desperately need a break from the rat race.