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Sometimes life can feel like there are more questions than answers — but we’re here to help! Our Q&As cover a wide range of topics and offer biblical, practical insight from Focus on the Family’s licensed counselors and other trusted sources. You’re not alone on this journey!

There Is Still Hope for Your Marriage

You may feel that there is no hope for your marriage and the hurt is too deep to restore the relationship and love that you once had. The truth is, your life and marriage can be better and stronger than it was before. In fact, thousands of marriages, situations as complex and painful as yours, have been transformed with the help of professionals who understand where you are right now and care deeply about you and your spouse’s future. You can restore and rebuild your marriage through a personalized, faith-based, intimate program called, Hope Restored.

Family Q&A

Should Christians Get Prenuptial Agreements?

I’m engaged, and my fiancé wants a prenup. But we’re both Christians – and we both believe that marriage should be permanent. (At least, I thought we did.) A prenuptial agreement feels like we’re opening the door to divorce. Am I missing something?

Mindfulness: A Christian Approach

What is mindfulness? Some say it’s a positive form of meditation — and so I thought it might help me manage stress. But others believe it can negatively impact mental and spiritual health. As a Christian, I want to be sure I don’t go down a wrong path.

IVF: Moral and Ethical Considerations

What’s your opinion of in vitro fertilization (IVF)? My wife and I have been trying to get pregnant for years. Our doctor suggested that we consider IVF, but friends have voiced some concerns about the procedure.

Do Parents Matter? Nature vs. Nurture

Do I really have any influence over how my kids turn out? I’ve heard the idea that people are just products of genetics — that nothing parents do can guide or affect their children. But I’ve also heard the opposite — that babies are born as blank slates and are shaped entirely by their environment. I want to be a good parent, but I don’t want to knock myself out if it doesn’t matter. So which is it: nature or nurture?

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