Ever felt like a screwed up hero? An entrepreneur with a bold dream in spite of all your flaws? You're not alone.
As parents, we can’t be too busy to listen. We can’t just assume kids are safe or shy away from difficult topics.
God brought the two of you together, and each of you will have strengths to offer and weaknesses to overcome.
Admit it, there are parts of the Bible that are difficult to digest, and even sometimes cause us to question our faith.
If I could give a gift to a mom who is launching her first business, it would be the ability to see herself through the eyes of Christ.
Honestly, the last thing on my mind is Christmas. But I want to make this year less stressful from a financial perspective.
There are so many things I know now, that I wish I could have known then. Here are 10 things I wish every girl could hear.
Christian parents begin with good intentions, but fall into their own dreams for their children's lives, rather than God's.
Iinstead of worrying about WHY you're so disorganized, concentrate on making the situation BETTER.
Navigating new financial waters will soon begin for your new graduate. Five truths can help your student make wise decisions.
Prayer isn't always a good thing. But just like any gift from God, even prayer can be misused.
This Independence Day, how should we teach our kids to pray for America?
"If it falls to your lot to be a street sweeper, sweep streets like Michelangelo painted pictures" - Martin Luther King Jr.
In many of our worlds, it’s Mom Knows Best – and there’s not always a whole lot of room for Dad.
During unforeseen changes in our lives, including our finances, remember to rest in God’s word.
Teens actually do have a lot to say, and they want to be heard. They will open up if you approach conversations wisely.
We weren’t ready to get married. That’s true. But our finances were the least of our worries.
If we expect -and verbalize- that our children will be trouble, we also put that thought into the minds of our children.
If you’ve never been in a rut in your life, you will be. But, there is good news about a rut: it’s not permanent.