4 renovation principles to keep your marriage strong
Couples often unknowingly push each other’s hot-button issues and cause frustrating arguments. Learn how you can stop this reactive cycle.
Young people are often confused by rhetoric coming from their peers, schools, and media. How can parents respond when asked about abortion?
The good news is there are things we can do to help our children with anxiety attacks. Here are are few things you could implement.
Lauren Reitsema experienced divorce first-hand when her parents separated after almost 20 years of marriage. Drawing from her own experience, Lauren will help parents and stepparents uncover common points of grief and loss for children after divorce. And, she’ll offer helpful advice for building a stronger blended family.
We can’t shield our kids from hearing about mass shootings and violence against innocents. But how should you talk to them?
“Do not lie to one another” means we must also avoid lies of omission. Have you been leaving out facts or hiding anything from your spouse lately?
Sadly, many married couples report feeling lonely. Sometimes, it might even take a third-party to help you reconnect. John and Greg share how counseling can help you bridge a gap of loneliness between you and your spouse. Featuring Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley.
A Naval Corpsman’s injury in Afghanistan changed his career and his marriage. But God used the trauma for good.
While you and your spouse cannot trade places, showing empathy to each other can go a long way toward strengthening your relationship. John and Greg discuss how to show empathy, even when there is tension in your relationship. Featuring Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley.