Grandparents sometimes have to provide safe and loving homes for grandchildren when their children, the parents of those little ones, are unable to do so.
When a couple is trying to recover from an affair, the Adversary wants to ruin the marriage. But if you know some of the common lies he tries to plant in your mind, you and your spouse can fight them.
When crisis or trial comes to your marriage, support each other. Then turn to God and godly community for help. Above all, stay connected with each other afterward and be sure to make time for fun.
Focus on the Family magazine caught up with Dr. Kent Brantly and his wife, Amber, to learn more of his experience contracting the Ebola virus and how it affected their marriage.
Even though Bo and Gari Mitchell had lived through some difficult times, they knew God was in control—they just didn’t know how He was going to help them through this situation.
When Bo Mitchell’s dad struck out during the 1956 World Series, many people thought the umpire’s decision was wrong. Thirty-five years later, Bo was also on the receiving end of a bad call.
Jay and Katherine Wolf’s picture of marriage radically changed from the one they imagined. Katherine had a massive brain stem stroke. She was just 26. When she woke from her coma, her right side was paralyzed, and she couldn’t swallow, speak or walk.
Consider ways to come alongside kids who have faced a life-threatening situation that stems from the misguided actions of another person.
It’s not only possible to survive a crisis, but difficult times can also be redeemed by God and transformed into experiences that will help make your marriage stronger.
Do you know how to reassure your kids when they doubt God’s goodness because of all the bad things happening in the world?