Suzanne Gosselin

Suzanne Hadley Gosselin is a regular writer and editor for Focus on the Family and former editor of Clubhouse Jr. magazine. She has written books for Zondervan, Harvest House, and Tyndale, and is the author of Expectant Parents: Preparing Together for the Journey of Parenthood. Suzanne is also the co-author of Grit and Grace: Devotions for Warrior Moms. She lives in California with her husband, Kevin, a pastor, and four young children. Learn more about Suzanne at her website,

From Hygge to Christian Hospitality

Hygge is self-edification, creating the feeling of comfort and security. But Christian hospitality focuses outward, creating a safe place for weary souls.

Small Wedding Ideas

While simple, small weddings aren’t necessarily on the radar as a trend, many couples are choosing to save money, minimize stress and focus on what matters most.

Guiding Your Child Through Disappointment

When life doesn’t go as planned, you can help your child gracefully move past setbacks and embrace the path God provides.

Post-Birth Career Decisions

One of the biggest decisions a couple will make is deciding on the working arrangements following the birth of a baby.

I Disconnected for a Week … and My Marriage Thrived

Have social media become a time waster that is interfering with your relationship with your spouse? Consider disconnecting.

Using the Anatomically Correct Terms

A Gallup poll shows that 67 percent of parents use actual names to refer to male and female body parts. What do you use in your family?

Navigating the Decision

Tips for deciding if and how much to work outside the home.

What Options Does Your Family Have?

Today’s family has expanded options for making ends meet and nurturing family life.

When Baby Makes Three

Practical ways to navigate the changes in your marriage

First-Time Expectant Parents

If you and your spouse are expecting your first baby, you will face a lot of challenges. But it will all be worth it.

Staying Connected

Use conversation to stay connected.

Working Outside the Home

Men and women who had stay-at-home-moms are more likely to assume their family will be the same. Likewise, individuals who had working moms may see it as completely normal and reasonable for the mom to return to work.

The “Babymoon”

One way to stay connected during pregnancy.

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