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A Life of Worship

When I get caught up in what I think is worship (do this, do that because I have to), then I lose my joy.

When Parenting Feels Lonely

Instead of overflowing with a sense of fulfillment at the opportunity to be at home with my child, I found myself missing my job, craving adult conversation, and even fantasizing about my care-free life before I was a mom...

Living -- and Dying -- Well

God loves each of His children so deeply and wants them to know Him. His desire for them is to find peace and to come home to Him when He calls...

Feminist Ingratitude

Last week a U.S. senator treated the world to a shocking display of rudeness toward a member of our armed services...

Women: Discover What Men are Really Thinking

The men in your life – fathers, sons, brothers, husbands, boyfriends, employees, friends – aren’t just women with big feet and beards...

"Reality" TV Doesn't Show the Reality of Large Families

Jon & Kate Plus Eight have crept into the culture to the degree that the general population thinks that they are an accurate representation of life in a big family. They are not.

Flourishing in the Desert

“Where is God right now?” Kris blurted out to me in frustration one day. “We’re calling on Him for help. It just seems like He’s forgotten about us.”

You Follow Me

Through John 21, God spoke to me and anchored me in the truth that above all else the greatest calling on my life was not my marital status or ministry but simply to follow him. My calling is to press my face into the shoulder blades of Jesus, so that wherever he leads I will go.

Looking for Mr. Responsible

If you find yourself married to Mr. Irresponsible — or Mrs. Irresponsible -- it’s time for a serious discussion...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • June 09, 2009 |
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Kristin Armstrong: Living Strong through Grace

Kristin Armstrong’s latest book, Work in Progress, describes the transformational journey that she underwent when God began to challenge her notions of beauty, after which He led her along a path of rediscovery about what it means to truly be a woman of God.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 04, 2009 |
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Cooking on a Budget? Meet the Five-Dollar-Dinner Mom

Her name is Erin Chase, and she is the diva of five dollar family dinners that are always both delicious and healthy.

Does Your House Have to be Clean?

Last week we had friends over for dinner, and I didn’t clean my house. It was an internal war inside - do I vacuum, dust, clean - or just let it go?

Let Go: Living Free of the Burden All Women Know

Burdened. The word alone makes shoulders sink. Yet God commands us to let go and live free. Sound impossible? Sheila Walsh thought so - until God proved himself again and again through his Word, his people, and her life.

Build a Loving Relationship with Your Son’s Wife

You can enjoy a caring and supportive relationship with your daughter-in-law. Such a relationship will bless not just the two of you, but also the man you both love – your son and her husband.

When Young Women go to College

When a girl goes to college, she will likely face countless pressures and a whole parade of conflicting ideas. But in the midst of this chaos, she might also find the One who matters most...

Staying Whole in a Broken World

Nick and Nancy never really struggled as a couple, until declining finances started a domino effect on their marriage...

Toxic Alliances: Relationships that Hinder Your Growth

We don’t always get to choose whom we work with or for. But we do control how we interact...

He Said-She Said: When "Love" Is Abusive

One readers says: "My boyfriend breaks my spirit, but yet I sometimes feel like I should still love him. I guess because I keep thinking love is patient. When is enough enough in a 'Christian relationship'?" Read what "he" and "she" have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • May 12, 2009 |
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Christian Motherhood: Battling for Your Child's Soul

This will not be your run-of-the-mill light-and-fluffy Mother’s Day column. Last week I did a fairly random check on my children’s computers and I found pornography on one of them...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • May 09, 2009 |
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