While attending a pro-life conference earlier this year, I listened to a lecture on adopting children from a different race. The two presenters were talking about a term they called “transracial adoption.” To my surprise, much of the presentation consisted of the two white women explaining, to a predominantly white audience, why it was concerning …
Your child has special gifts and talents. A big key to being a good parent is recognizing and encouraging those abilities in your son or daughter. John and Danny discuss what it looks like to draw out the gifts in your child. Featuring Rhonda Stoppe.
These five ways of shifting the momentum in your home can help your family to stop feeling stuck and bring your kids’ goals back into focus.
Do you want to draw closer as a couple in the new year? Try sharing and then setting your goals for the next 12 months together.
In today’s culture, reading is one way to help your kids attain more academically. Here are some ideas to create a culture of reading in your home.
You can help your kids develop the fundamental character qualities they need to be successful.
God has placed passions in your heart—and also in your spouse’s. Encourage each other in following dreams, even if you have to step out of your comfort zone to do it. You’ll enjoy a richer marriage.
Chris Marlow once felt paralyzed in the face of global problems. But after meeting a starving young orphan living in an abandoned gas station in Zimbabwe, Chris realized he had a choice: lose heart and quit, or simplify the process.
Help your children identify God-given dreams by focusing on the why rather than the what in their lives.
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