As I held my daughter, I prayed that she would love Jesus, and second, that she would love books. After all, Christ himself is “The Word.”
- July 02, 2013 |
Do you ever feel that God is ignoring you? It's discouraging to pour out our hearts and feel that we are getting no response.
As we sweep out the neglected corners of our lives, we’ll discover a new sparkle. Here are some ways to freshen up your marriage.
Here are our favorite tips, which should work for toddlers to teens and will even be helpful if you’ve got a babysitter or nanny on board.
Children’s church isn't a substitute for big church. Why? There is no substitute for a child watching his parents model worship.
You can do more than just try to get through the every day battles of life. You can emerge from them with stronger faith.
A lot of teenagers head to college without any idea about how money works. Don't let that happen to your college kid.
He spends too much time on the computer. He doesn’t talk to you. And he has no interest in changing. What do you do?
Crosswalk talks to Jon Acuff about his new book on overcoming fear, escaping the average, and doing work that matters.
Yes, it is possible to use credit instead of letting credit use you. Here are 6 simple rules to play by.
What I’m about to propose might border on heresy, but here goes: I think moms are too unselfish sometimes.
Father’s Day is right around the corner, and I want to call you out into the role God made for you as husbands, fathers, men.
By the time I was in my mid-twenties, I was running a successful freelance business, and I have my dad to thank for that.
Do you ever wonder if your family members are susceptible to certain sins because they repeat themselves in your family history?
If our culture had a vision statement, it would be one word: More! But often the pursuit of more leaves us with so much less.
It’s challenging to raise selfless kids in this fallen world, because doing so is countercultural.
You want to celebrate your husband’s efforts as a dad, but maybe a tie or lawnmower is not the direction you want to go.
In order to help our children grow, we should look at how Jesus grew and then copy Him.
The love to which Paul calls husbands in Ephesians 5 is not a manipulative kind of love. It's a sacrificial, respectful love.