We’d been sufficiently warned. We were working against all the odds to stay together: divorced homes. Demanding careers. And now, a chronically-ill child.
You want to find joy and delight in your marriage. But you’ll never be able to accomplish this alone in the four walls of your home together.
What’s the answer for the many who suffer quietly in the supposed safe place for the hurting–the church–yet go without the comfort of others?
“Even good moms have scary thoughts sometimes,” my husband reassured. I didn’t want to admit it. But I knew deep inside I was facing postpartum depression.
I am the dreaded Enneagram 8—the challenger. Self-confident, decisive, willful, and confrontational. But I also stand for what is right in an unmoving way.
What is it about Rachel Hollis that makes her so appealing to hundreds and thousands of women? I get why she satisfies and why she doesn’t.
Mike Pence, among many men, committed to not being alone with a woman in the workplace. Is this offensive to working women who don’t have the same option in the male-dominant workforce?
How do we know in the middle of deep despair if it’s time to throw the house key in his face? Or if we can check our emotions and reevaluate?
Disagreement usually sparks hatred. But when did disagreeing equate hating? We, as a whole, have forgotten how to respectfully disagree.
“Close-minded. Unaccepting. Judgmental.” Many in our society label Christians as the most hateful people of all in a world fighting for love to win.
More stuff means more bills. More bills require more work.The work life balance cycle is as paralyzing as it is addictive. And it is luring every American family.
Research shows millennials may be the most family-oriented generation in the last 50 years. Millennial parents are changing the norm to raise healthy kids.
The nations are in desperate need of the gospel. The” least of these” are hurting, hungry, thirsty, unclothed, and homeless. The solution? Not my teen!
As the dad of a 13-year-old girl, when Teen Vogue moves from popping pimples to pushing pimps, I need to raise my hand and say, “I’m not for this.”
Today, more than ever, the world needs godly men. Men who will step up and courageously lead at home, at church, at work, and in their communities. That’s the message of Stepping Up. In a world where too many men are shrinking back, Stepping Up gives men vision and tools to live godly, courageous lives.
“Trust your heart. Believe in you.” Yet with the constant encouragement to pat ourselves on the back, the result isn’t all sunshine and cupcakes.
This will be J. Lo’s fourth and A-Rod’s second marriage. What makes them think that this one will be the one that sticks? (We hope it does.)
The pop music star is about to turn 30, and her list of life lessons beautifully blends heart with humor, plus practicality and purpose.
One of the greatest lessons motherhood is teaching me is that I cannot do it alone. Baby showers remind us of the help we need from family and friends.
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What’s a level-headed but vigilant parent to do with this information? Here are five ways to respond to the unsettling Momo Challenge.
How can the victim of sexual abuse trust the body of Christ again? How can we go back to any church body? Why should we even try?
At first I found the KonMari tidying method to be humorous. But my husband says it’s attractive to him when I clean and organize our home.
Ideas to help you feel like you’re living in luxury without spending much money … or any at all.
The time we have with our children before they enter into adulthood is limited. We have a responsibility to use it well, with a heart of wisdom.
The award-winning artist’s music inspired others to bask in God’s love, but he had to overcome shame and alcoholism to hear God’s love song to him.