Could your “wifing” use some refreshing? Here's a little encouragement and a book give-away just for YOU!
I want to make sure that churches understand their models. And specifically, that if you want to be a church for the unchurched, you understand what that means.
Whether you are a part-time stepparent or biological parent, here are a few suggestions to help you navigate part-time parenting.
Turns out, preschool at home was a pleasure both to our son and to me.
Today I want to share with you a poignant reflection from my friend and colleague, James Anderson. If you have children, I know you’ll relate to his words.
Recent economic times require creativity on how to put some extra dollars in the bank. Here are a few tips to help you do just that.
The world can be unfair, at times mercilessly so. But we aren't all victims, not all the time anyway, not for everything.
A “healthy” skepticism is simply an inquiring mind that demands sufficient evidence before it believes anything.
Dear Dan — can you explain the difference between working hard and workaholism? So many families and churches are hurting because of the workaholism in the culture.
More than "Whitney Houston's last movie," Sparkle is Jordin Sparks' moment to shine, and she definitely makes the most of it.
"Snarky" is a relatively new, mostly British slang adjective that means "critical," "cutting" or "testy." It can refer to a person, or mood. Or, in our case, a culture.
"I thought I would get better and then I would go back to him and stop him from doing those bad things. Are you saying I can't save him?"
The National Association of Evangelicals is studying the theology of a potential buyer of Glorieta Conference Center to guide staff leaders and trustees of LifeWay Christian Resources in deciding whether to sell the 2,100-acre property near Santa Fe, N.M., to Olivet University.
The latest edition of The New York Times Magazine features a cover photo of a young girl with long hair in a long, flowing pink dress decorated with flowers. Only it isn’t a girl. It’s a boy.
“The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty” (Proverbs 21:5 NIV).
Reading Greg Mitchell, it’s easy to imagine him telling stories around a campfire, by a lake, with the sky an inky black, and flames crackling in animated suspense.
Homeschooling fathers should be leaders in their homes, including their children’s education.
Taking responsibility is a fundamental issue, and struggling in this area leads to additional problems for couples.
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