With Mother’s Day in sight, you want to do something to honor your wife for all her hard work, right?
- May 08, 2013 |
Care enough to confront. Accept that people grow and change. Learn to forgive, reconcile and release. Move yourself forward.
It’s challenging to know how to help kids who are grieving news of other kids’ tragic deaths, such as in the Boston bombings.
Can I change my spouse? Do the kids always have to come first? These answers and more to help you transform your marriage.
True to conventional wisdom, I believe home ownership still makes sense—even economically— ...for certain people!
I believe God is calling forth a new kind of workplace believer who is operating at a higher level.
Your husband has a lot going on inside his mind, but you may not know much about it.
6 ways to help your future college student graduate without owing a penny.
The disconnect between youthful expectation and mid-life reality has brought about a crisis of sorts—a mid-life crisis of belief.
We cannot wait until our teens face peer pressure and expect them to know how to handle something they aren’t prepared for.
Rather than an awkward pause in your career, a job search can be a chance for God to guide you to what you were created to do.
On my computer keyboard was a note, in my husband’s handwriting, that simply said: “Love you, Wife.” Oh, the power of a note.
Whether you embrace the chance to claim a few extra dollars, or hide under a rock to avoid the process altogether, it’s inevitable.
Are you stashing treats away for care packages? Noticing credit card offers coming in...for your child? College looms!
What matters most to the quality of your marriage isn’t WHETHER you fight, but HOW you fight. Conflict can lead to growth.
Take a look at the way you run your home and care for your children. It may reveal whether you should work from home.
Dear Deborah, Can you help us decide how to use our tax refund? ~ Dear Deborah, What is the "rule of 72"?
Decided that you want to be debt free? Now you have to do the work it takes to get yourself to that debt free destination.
If we are to have any chance of redeeming our culture, Christians must begin to solve problems without a motive to control the culture.