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Love That Lasts
Even though marriage may not always be easy, we know it is doable! But we also need help once in a while. Love that Lasts – a new, free eBook for couples – can be a part of that help whenever you or someone you know needs a little boost.
It’s filled with gritty, real-life stories written by people who have seen hard times in their marriage and made it through. And practical, down-to-earth advice on how to get there yourself.
This Advent Devotional covers one topic each week: generosity, reconciliation, relationship, and restoration.
This devotional is a fun, free, 4-week series to help couples and families actively explore biblical precepts of communication, kindness, service, and gratitude day by day.
Daily Encouragement for the Smart Stepfamily is two weeks of daily devotionals that are written specifically for blended families.
The Oneness Prayer Challenge is a tool to help you start a habit of taking up to five minutes a day, for 30 days, to pray together as husband and wife. With this email subscription, you’ll receive a short devotional and a set of prayers every day.
To help you pray for your child’s growth in godly character, we’ve put together a series of 7 days of devotional prayer cards that we want to give you for free. Each day, you can use one of the cards to pray for faith, wisdom, integrity and more as your child develops into a godly young man or woman.
In our Parenting Prayer Challenge, we encourage you to pray for your children for 5 minutes a day. To help you with this, we’ll send you free daily prompts via email to help you pray specifically.
This four-part devotional will help you learn more about Savior whose birth we celebrate. Available on the FamilyLife app, each section focuses on one of the Advent names of Christ to help you learn more about why He came to earth.
In a world of turmoil, we need to remember that God is the stability of our times. Read our 10-part devotional, “Unshaken: Searching for Stability in a Troubled World” — complete with discussion questions — on the FamilyLife app.
Cultivate the character trait of gratitude in your children with this ebook full of fun family activities.
This ebook contains tips and activities to help your family grow closer and reignite thankfulness.
Turn the fun experience of carving pumpkins into a creative, hands-on activity for sharing the gospel message with your children.
In Galatians 5:22-23, God has given us a process to evaluate our spiritual condition. Reflecting the Fruit of the Spirit guides you through these verses with 10 diagnostic questions to help you assess how spiritually healthy you are.
Our eBook, 5 Ways to Keep Your Heart Full Even When the Nest is Empty, is full of practical tips to help you let go, connect with your spouse, and focus on God during what can be a difficult transition.
4 Weeks of School Prayer is a 4-week calendar of daily prompts to pray with your student, as well as lunchbox notes to remind your student to pray on their own throughout the day.
Be encouraged in your marriage with insightful commentary , biblical principles and actionable truths for a fruitful marriage.
Full of creative ideas for your kids, these cards encourage outdoor play, growing community, acts of service, and even strengthen some long-distance relationships.
We want to encourage you with our new eBook, Marriage Life Raft – For Your Marriage or Someone You Love.
Our Stronger Forever Plan offers you a choice of three marriage “tracks” designed for your personal relationship goals.
The Summer Date Pack offers encouragement to focus on your spouse. In it you’ll find creative ways to write a love note, date night ideas, conversation starters and more!
To help you find specific ways to make your spouse feel loved every day, we’ve put together a guide with all our favorite tips for everyday romance, including love letter guidelines, romantic conversation starters, and a daily checklist of easy ways to cherish your spouse daily.
With useful tips, ideas and biblical reminders, our free ebook, Celebrate Christmas, covers a wide range of topics to help you prepare for Christmas.
FamilyLife CEO David Robbins created the Family Values Exercise — a tool to help you wisely prepare for the decisions and transitions that will affect the next stage of your family’s life.
Stepfamilies have their own unique triumphs and joys, as well as challenges and needs. We want to encourage you with with our ebook, The Thriving Blended Family. We hope it that will help you strengthen your family relationships.
There’s no doubt about it – going back to school each year seems to get harder and harder! That’s why we made these prayer guides to help you pray for your kids each day they are at school.
In our eBook, You Asked It, we give you actionable steps towards resolving conflict, defeating isolation, increasing romance and defining the roles of a husband and a wife in a godly marriage.
In Choosing a Life That Matters, Dennis Rainey gives readers seven choices that will firmly root their life in the author of truth – the person of Christ. This free download gives you the first chapter of this meaningful book.
To help you reignite the flame and excitement in your marriage, we’ve put together a guide called 15 Tips to Romance Your Spouse. These 15 free and fun ideas will encourage you to pursue your spouse with creative notes, sweet gestures, and romantic words.
Download a free discussion guide for the book True Identity to foster conversation between you and your child and help him or her apply biblical concepts to their life.
Free Online courses
We created this 7-day prayer guide for you and your spouse. Each day, you’ll receive a short devotional reading that includes a Bible verse and a few related prayer points. The whole thing will take less than five minutes.
In FamilyLife’s Art of Parenting’s 8-session online course, you’ll receive creative ways from other parents to instill faith in your children.
For many parents and stepparents, discipline is one of their number one struggles. This course gives you a simple vision and creative ways to apply your faith with your children in the ways you discipline in your home.