When dinner is overcooked because he is late coming home from work, my anger is quickly assuaged by the remembrance of his morning faithfulness.
- October 03, 2012 |
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!"
- October 03, 2012 |
This article examines Dr. Karyn Purvis as culture-changer equipping churches and families to love children even through the hard places.
What did Peter by women being “weaker vessels” – was he saying that women were morally weaker? Emotionally weaker?
One of the most consistent questions I get is, “How do I get my spouse to join me in working on the money?”
The answer to keeping God’s power with me and working in me to produce self-control is letting His Word get inside me.
Appreciate life here and now, without running lists through your head and missing out on the fun that is happening right in front of you.
I’m firmly convinced that kids have internal radar that makes them vie for the last, the best, or the one the others want.
When Proverbs says “the borrower is slave to the lender,” I get the impression that God wants us to be debt-free.
By answering the following questions, you can quickly assess how you are doing in the marital satisfaction department.
We must exchange whispers with God before shouts with the world.
Things change. Time grows our children. Life opens up new doors. I know this. But still—change hurts. Even when it’s good.
Just like there is more than one way to skin a cat or to quit smoking, there are multiple ways to spend less than you earn.
You may have heard the expression, “You only get one chance to make a first impression.” That holds extra weight for Christians.
Proverbs 31 offers advice for single and married women alike.
Christianpf.com readers chime in on tips for getting out of debt!
Storybook romances for the middle aged did not exist. Who was I kidding? God, help me remember why I’m still married to this man.
Here are some key tips and principles to help your children become generous givers, prudent savers and wise managers of God's money.
Our society has wrongfully assigned a value to people based on how much “stuff” they collect.
- August 28, 2012 |