If your life looks a little too much like Psalm 31, there are five truths that can help move you toward a Proverbs 31 mentality.
The Lord intended your marriage to be a source of joy, but for all too many couples, marriage has become a lifeless partnership
Let’s put Ephesians 5:22 in context. This passage is all about empowerment for EVERY member of the family.
As a former single mom, Father’s Day was one of my hardest days. But we can use it as an opportunity for three things.
If the thought of Father's Day brings a sting to your heart, you are not alone. The "Daddy wound" is very prevalent among women.
Words matter. Our kids need to hear them. They thrive under encouraging, supporting, heart-felt words.
Celebrating your husband doesn't have to be extravagant. The truth is, a few affirming words can go far.
Part of grabbing hold of the abundant life Christ offers is releasing all those things that keep us in bondage.
"I have several credit cards with high balances. I’d really like to get rid of my credit card bills. What’s the best way to do this?"
From the womb until the time they are young adults, there are things parents can do to help your child know, and ultimately love, Scripture.
Caring for a spouse is the most stressful kind of caregiving there is, but God can heal and bless in the midst of pain.
With every generation, raising children takes on new challenges never before seen by parents.
Happy people are happy because they have chosen to live in a way that keeps their mind and heart aligned to God’s truth.
Everyone has a guilty pleasure, that little vice we like to indulge in our day-to-day lives. For most men, it’s a woman.
“I’ve tried to get out of debt and it never seems to work. How do I develop the discipline and stay motivated to get out of debt?”
Life happens, job loss happens, health-related emergencies happen. It’s not a matter of IF, it’s just a matter of WHEN.
Wives want quality time, help around the house, leadership, and affection. That’s what the article I read listed, anyway.
Most people are thrilled to learn they are going to be parents. But in many families, the parents’ goals are never realized.
You want to have fun on your long weekend, but also feel like you should appreciate the significance of Memorial Day. Why not do both?