When your phone rings, and it's your wife...do you answer?
Wondering how to get intimate with your spouse tonight?
Have you ever had to face a "hopeless" situation?
Some of the most spiritually intimate times a husband and wife share happen on their knees.
As a Christian, you believe in the power of prayer, right? But how often do you pray for your child's future spouse?
As parents, how much do we want God? How much do our children really love Him and fear Him?
Let me ask you a question. Who does your child imitate? Who's his hero?
Whether you know it or not, your home is being invaded.
Sometimes, we need to ask our teenagers some tough, penetrating questions.
Ever feel like your marriage has slipped off into a ditch?
How do you get your children to do their chores?
For my wife, Barbara, and me, adventure has always spelled romance.
Do you spend your Labor Day holiday working or resting?
Now, when I say the word "patriarch," you probably picture an old man with a white beard. But men, I want you to picture yourself.
If you grew up with a workaholic parent, be careful you don't swing too far in the other direction.
Okay, dads, listen up. Do you know how to lead your family with vision?
Did your kids ever give you something you could never throw away?
What types of things are you spending your time collecting?
Sometimes the simple things in life can be the best teachers.
Ask any photographer, they'll tell you-one thing is essential for great photos: FOCUS.
What does it mean to be isolated?
Let me ask you a personal question. Are things in your bedroom getting a little routine? Maybe it's time to re-fire the desire.
We all need someone to help us see danger before we stumble into it.
Men, we often need to give things up in order to truly show love to our wives.
What do you do when your child rolls his eyes at you and announces, "Whatever!"?
To whom are you accountable?
Is laughter encouraged or extinguished in your home?
Could your marriage use a little romance right now?
Once the children leave home, your life IS going to be different. Trust me.
How do you lead family devotions with a house full of wiggle worms?