Marriage, like tandem kayaking, assumes that you are going in the same direction, working together and have the same goals.
- January 16, 2013 |
Don't make a “resolution” as a way to announce what you are “going to accomplish” in the New Year only to see it forgotten next week.
If you get too complacent with money, little drops leak out here and there, causing a lot of damage to your financial situation.
God created us to love Him and enjoy Him forever. That means He also created us to do what we enjoy doing.
Is your teen perpetually texting? Do they listen to you through earbuds? Maybe some limitations are in order.
Sexual fantasies are natural, since God has created us as sexual beings. But how to deal with them in a healthy manner?
“The ego of a narcissistic man will bruise easily. He will expect special treatment," explains Dr. David.
“Don’t quote the Bible to me!” she says with annoyance. “I don’t believe it anymore.” Was that how your world changed?
We need to teach our children about money, specifically how to work, save, spend wisely, and give.
Sins. A Past. Everyone owns both.
Evil is real and I am begging you to face the reality. We are not raising our children in a Dora the Explorer make-believe land, and they can feel that.
We're no better off financially, but we’re still using the credit cards like we just don’t care. What's the deal?
Hoping the economy gets better will have little impact on assuring your success. Making yourself better will guarantee it.
What parent doesn’t want to give good gifts to their kids? But what kind of gifts should they choose?
Do you turn into The Grinch when you get stressed, or have melt-downs like Frosty? Perhaps you have Mr. or Mrs. Claus syndrome!
Read inside for encouragement in managing Christmas spending, while remembering the reason for the season.
Who is God calling you to love and how might you demonstrate that love? What action you can take to rescue your culture?
Once in a lifetime, you may have an opportunity to inherit a lot of money. Let us be careful to be good stewards!
There's a gap between what parents think they know about their kids' online behavior and what the kids think their parents know.