If you put off honoring your parents, eventually it will be too late.
As parents, it's not enough to teach character. We must also model character.
Do you know your children's deepest fears?
When I left home for college, I learned the power of some important words.
Children can teach adults a thing or to about the way to show love.
Even when they're very different, brothers and sisters can learn to become friends.
Every mom and dad needs to learn the value of a shut door.
Are you and your mate headed for the same goal line?
Think about it. Are you and your spouse friends?
At some point, we all have to let our children go.
In order to be close to someone, you have to take some risks.
Your children need to know that you'll protect them no matter what.
Does your child mean it when he says, "I'm sorry"?
You and your spouse don't always have to leave your home to go on a date.
Did you ever realize that your words could help others reach their goals?
Do your words ever cut like a knife?
Mom, dad, do you talk about spiritual matters with your children?
I want you to think for a moment how it makes you feel when someone gives you a compliment.
Does it feel good to you, to give something to another person?
Have you ever asked the question, "where is God in the middle of my pain and suffering"?
Can you help your children feel good about themselves?
How are you doing at Honoring Your Parents? You know, it IS one of the 10 commandments.
When life begins to totally unravel, how can you keep things in balance?
When thinking of your spouse, is the glass half empty? Or half full?
God has created each person for a very special purpose.
Does absence makes the heart grow fonder? Or does it tempt the heart to wander?
Is your child prepared to face the challenges of adolescence?
It's hard to be angry when God's Holy Spirit is controlling your life.
If you are in the habit of telling lies, you may start to notice your children doing the same thing.
There are times in your life when you need to change the direction you're going.