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4 Countercultural Tips on Dating
Few things occupy the hearts and minds of modern young people more than dating relationships. Having a boyfriend or girlfriend strokes a lot of core needs. First, it strokes the need for significance. You can almost hear the cry for validation when you hear a teenage person say, “You’ll never guess who I dated this summer …” You feel […]
We Thought Adoption Would Mess Up Our Family...
September 2006 Like many Christians I know, my wife, Erin, and I had discussed whether adoption is something we would ever do. We liked to think that we would. The topic never really came up more than a handful of times. Then some friends of ours who had adopted invited us to an “If You […]
Q&A: Discipline for a Young Child
What’s the best approach to discipline with my young child? Barbara: When a child is a toddler, he or she is in what I call “the training 2s.” When children are 2-5 years old, I call this the “intense training” stage. During these early years, you will notice your children becoming more defiant and rebellious—more […]
Free Download: Easter Made Easy
Easter is such a powerful and holy season. But it can be quickly being overshadowed by an overgrown rabbit and over-sugared children.
Rediscover the beauty of this pivotal event in the relationship between God and man with these ideas for creating a more meaningful Easter. We’ve got a virtual basket of free resources to help. Just tell us where to send it.