If you’re willing to turn your marriage upside down by taking a fresh approach, you can open your marriage up to powerful transformation.
- October 31, 2012 |
One of the paradoxically dumb things we do is to destroy our finances by buying garbage we can’t afford to make ourselves appear wealthy.
- October 31, 2012 |
A book, DVD, or budgeting software won’t ultimately change your financial situation. That won’t change unless YOU change.
Depressed teens behave differently than one might expect. But what they need is for us to draw near, not judge their emotions.
When friendship fades, irritability comes. We find ourselves feeling a sense of sadness about the love that is covered with obligation.
If I catch myself pretending or proving, I know I'm processing my hurt the wrong way.
If my home doesn't look like I just finished a photo shoot with House Beautiful can I still provide hospitality to others?
Left to itself, grief will make you bitter. But with God’s help and comfort you will become better. It’s your choice.
What is the secret to staying the course? Let's examine the life a perfect example of working in the marketplace – Joseph (Genesis 37-41)
It’s possible to enjoy your hobbies without losing sight of what matters most in life. Here’s how you can stop your hobbies from overtaking your life, and start enjoying the life God wants for you.
Face reality. Develop a clear vision. Develop a strong strategy. Lead courageously.
Following is an approach to take when addressing porn with your family. We’ll begin with steps for preparation.
We all struggle with work. Which career can fulfill us? How do we deal with co-workers? Take a look at work from God's perspective.
There are four actions you can regularly implement in your life to get you back into love and closeness in your marriage.
80% of Americans feel unhappy and unfulfilled in their work, according to research... Are you one of them?
"If we as parents have as our objective a character which reflects Christ’s, then self-control will naturally grow, Lord willing, in our children."
When dinner is overcooked because he is late coming home from work, my anger is quickly assuaged by the remembrance of his morning faithfulness.
A reader says, "I hate how broke we are all the time (and always have been). I’m just not sure how to get ourselves out of this hole!"
This article examines Dr. Karyn Purvis as culture-changer equipping churches and families to love children even through the hard places.
- September 26, 2012 |