The world regularly teaches us ways to consume in our relationships rather than contributing to them. How, then, can we teach our kids to become contributors rather than consumers?
Help your kids get more out of Christmas.
How my family fostered a deeper connection between our kids and their grandparents
Parents can create opportunities for their kids to serve and teach them to be aware of the people around them.
With a simple text, you can comfort someone and pass along powerful encouragement, just as the apostle Paul did in his letters.
What if we became those people who committed to come alongside socially isolated parents?
Serving others teaches kids to think beyond themselves and their own needs.
Participating in caring for grandkids is a gift and a privilege. With careful planning, it represents an unprecedented opportunity to make a lasting, positive impression in their lives.
Thinking biblically about disability and ourselves.
Complacency and routine can push out the small, but important, acts of kindness in a marriage. But it’s not too late. You can start showing kindness to your husband or wife today.