While I know you can't really read yet, there are a few things I want to put down in writing before you launch into uncharted territory.
What if our lives are not quite what we thought they would look like by now? Can we be ok with that?
“Just one more level!” they plead. You know where your kids are. But do you know what they’re playing?
Things get completely out of control when there are no rules in a fight. It’s the same in marriage.
Lysa TerKeurst chats with Crosswalk about boundaries, discernment, and the difference between loving and people-pleasing.
All of us parents sometimes fail to model faith in action well to our kids, despite our best intentions.
Former all-star baseball player Darryl Strawberry and his wife discuss how they learned to deal with issues in their marriage.
Here are a few of my personal tips for saving money – and saving your sanity – when it comes to back-to-school shopping.
While I know the gift of motherhood is only mine for a season, I still feel powerless against the breakneck speed of childhood.
You’ve heard people say, “I will forgive but I won’t forget.” But does that sound like it makes for a healthy marriage?
Debt wastes your God-given money, time, and energy, which limits how much you can pursue God’s plans for your life.
In order to keep a good attitude, we really need to embrace our current seasons instead of stressing about it.
If any of these statements ring true for you, it may be time to seek easier and more profitable ways to manage your money.
When you are deciding what kind of content is appropriate for your child, there are general guidelines that every family can use.
We brace ourselves against infidelity and in-laws. But the greatest threat to our marriages is something much smaller.
Matt Perman talks about how make your work life and desire for productivity serve others for the glory of God.
A lot of personal growth came from hard times and learning to deal with the consequences of my bad choices.
It’s tempting to resort to “because I said so” when we are questioned. But is that the most God-honoring way to parent?