It’s easy for Valentine’s Day to begin and end with consumerism and gifts. But the history of Valentine’s Day combined with its connection to Christianity provides a foundation for important conversation with your kids. Explore our Bible Lesson involving God’s perspective on love to help your kids positively approach this holiday.
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?
Caring for the elderly is a wonderful opportunity for everyone involved.
If you’re a parent of teenagers, you’ve probably noticed a growing interest in your teen’s desire to date. Where do you start? What questions should you be asking? And how do you balance boundaries with love in your teen’s dating experiences?
They found out their 2-week-old son was only the 105th person to ever be diagnosed with Antley-Bixler syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.
I have noticed a recurring pattern where people tiptoe around particular conversations when they are around me.
When you learn your spouse has a terminal illness, everything changes in an instant. What’s important to know as you begin this hard journey?
Sometimes we forget that Jesus’ command to “love one another” includes our spouse. But remember, God sees how you love your husband or wife.
Julie Lavender shares some fun ways to build lasting memories from small moments. From exercising your imagination while running errands to celebrating silly minor holidays, you’ll pick up some great tools to enjoy your child and help them feel loved.
Practical steps for developing a fruit of the Spirit in your marriage — patience — which will help you better love your spouse