Dreading the holidays after losing a child is normal.
A lot of women feel hopeless about ever resolving the pain connected with their abortion. But healing is possible.
We can’t shield our kids from hearing about mass shootings and violence against innocents. But how should you talk to them?
With a simple text, you can comfort someone and pass along powerful encouragement, just as the apostle Paul did in his letters.
When a wife finds out her husband is struggling with pornography, many times, she feels a sense of, “I’m not good enough.” The sting of the betrayal can even trigger hurts from the past. In those situations, what do you do? Greg, Erin and John offer a dose of encouragement to marriages that’ve been hurt …
As you prepare for the holidays, consider how God might be calling you to experience Him this season.
Losing a baby is so hard and complex. Pregnancy and infant loss awareness can help everyone better understand the grieving process.
Darby Strickland, a counselor and teacher at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, defines financial abuse in marriage and offers advice for helping wives who are oppressed in this way.
While you may never know the reason that your father left you, there is one thing you can be absolutely sure of: You have a Heavenly Father who loves you and will never leave you or forsake you.
After your spouse confesses a pornography addiction, you might feel stuck. The journey to healing starts by acknowledging that you’re not alone. Here are some mile markers to guide you along the way.