You can make your home a place of peace and safety for you and your spouse and kids. Here are some ways to create the setting.
I shudder at the times I’ve acted irritably toward my kids because I was still stressed from work. How do we come home as the loving parents we want to be?
When we learned that the nature of parenting is sacrifice, we went from trying to have it all to having everything that matters.
A list for those who—like me—struggle with overcommitting and overworking.
Getting a grip on schedules and activities is a gift that will never lose its value.
Many Christians have not taken a strong look at what they believe in.
Parents often feel tired from fighting the influences of the culture, but let me encourage you to hang on.
Be patient. Don’t complete their sentences. Let them finish, even if it seems they are rambling. Don’t interrupt. Face your child and make eye contact. Lean forward, if you’re seated,…
A mother’s work is never done: Feed the baby, change the baby, wash the dishes, sweep the floor, cook dinner … There’s nothing worse than filling the dishwasher twice in…
Take a stroll down a typical American neighborhood, and you’ll find families who desperately need a break from the rat race
Our family continues to work on refining these three convictions.
Setting a tone in my home that allows for the spiritual disciplines of quiet and solitude is my responsibility.