David Jeremiah talks to parents about training children to depend on God.
What does it take to raise a child with the faith of a Daniel or Esther?
Adoption is a beautiful gift.
Jedd Medefind talks about the explosion of interest in the church around the subject of adoption.
A worksheet to help you determine what you believe in.
It's time to start considering how the sin we tolerate in our lives is impacting future generations.
Ryan Bomberger’s birth mother was raped and she could have chosen abortion.
Some of the greatest lessons of life come through parenting.
Adoption has its challenges.
Have you ever considered adoption?
Greg Gunn and his wife Rhonda teach couples how they can discover their family’s unique purpose and passion.
Greg Gunn and his wife, Rhonda, realized their need to be in sync about raising their family.
If family devotions make you yawn, it's time to cook up some fun!
Building a strong spiritual heritage can start with simple recipe cards!
Lois had been lied to for 48 years. Was it God's will that she found out the truth now?
Her mother had died years earlier and her father was gravely ill. But Lois was about to get the shock of her life.
Dennis Rainey shares some disciplines that will keep your family spiritually healthy.
A dangerous prayer? Or a step of faith toward great adventures?
So why would God call you into something so challenging as adoption?
What could you do to help the orphans, as commanded in Scripture?
The cost of adoption and fatherlessness weighs particularly hard on the next generation of men.
The challenges of the orphan crisis are many and varied, and every Christian man needs to play a part in the solution.
Each year, thousands of young men and women age out of the foster care system.
Remember your Sunday school days?
The Bible, and Bible study, is thought by many to be dry and boring.
Mom, has cleaning, cooking and changing diapers all day lost its luster?
"I am grateful for proof that two people can love each other for an entire lifetime."
Do your kids think you're strict? Then welcome to the club!
Three suggestions for modeling conflict resolution to your kids.
Kids aren't the only ones who mess up. Parents often do as well.