Marriage

grandpa and grandson installing flooring

Article

The Many Roles of Grandparents

Jerry Schreur and Judy Schreur

Creative grandparents play several roles. They are historians, mentors and role models, all of which are significant and important as grandparents seek to love and nurture a new generation.

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A couple taking the marriage assessment

Initiative

Focus on Marriage Assessment

Based on research and the experience of Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley, Focus on the Family has created questions that evaluate the strength of 12 essential traits of your marriage.

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Husband hugging his wife and kissing her temple

Article

Misconceptions About Family Leadership

Greg Smalley

What does spiritual leadership mean to you? When preconceived notions are inaccurate.

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Article

Authentic Faith

Jaime Schreiner

Sometimes we mistakenly judge faith by superficial actions or by adherence to religious traditions. But when our faith is truly growing, the fruit of the Spirit will be evident in our lives.

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Married Couple Walking

Initiative

Have You Lost Hope in Your Marriage?

For Couples in Crisis ... You can still put the pieces back together with Hope Restored

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Darrell and Stevie Waltrip in the late 1970s.

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NASCAR'S Darrell Waltrip: Racing Through Life

Matthew Branaugh

NASCAR's Darrell Waltrip and his wife, Stevie, raced through life until a recorded sermon and an almost fatal accident changed their lives.

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husband with arm around wife on a bench

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Reconnect Through Meaningful Conversation

Greg Smalley

It takes intentionality to overcome the tendency for talk with your spouse to morph from meaningful to administrative. Deep, meaningful conversation is a must for couples hoping to stay connected.

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Article

Perfect Isn't the Point

Jill Savage

Perfectionism isn't healthy for us or our relationships. It feeds discontent. It fosters judgment. So, how do we get out from under the pressure of perfectionism? It all starts with grace.

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