“I have a lot of money!” My 5-year-old brother exclaimed, as he excitedly dumped out his piggy bank earlier today.
You have a deep down desire to be the best wife, the best lover, the best friend for life, that a husband could ever discover.
In this Christian microcosm of ours, somehow an aborted baby has so much more to offer the world than a miscarried one.
I love that all things are possible with God, but am not too fond of the fact that nowhere does the Bible say things will be easy!
The rate of children who adopt their parent’s faith has remained stable in the past 40 years, despite anti-religious influences.
What is the best thing you can do for your husband? Love him. Love him. Love him.
According to a recent report, half of Americans spend more than they earn, but don’t realize it!
My daughter, now 21, hates when I worry. And I'm pretty sure God hates my worrying too, according to Philippians 4:6.
How could you possibly talk yourself out of debt? Could getting out of debt really be that easy? Well no, it’s not actually.
God is a builder, the master of arranging and connecting the pieces of our lives together. And this truth is clearly fleshed out in adoption.
I believe there are seven words that, if applied to our marriages, have the power to revitalize our marriages tremendously.
When you finally decide to get out of debt, it’s easy to be intimidated by the huge goal you’ve presented for yourself.
I’m not a scientist, debater, theologian or apologist. I’m a dad. How can the creationism vs. evolution debate help my kids?
This small Bible passage reveals a big way we can nurture and safeguard the love in our marriages...
Women get pummeled by confusing messages about how to be successful in work. But God's is the only perspective that matters.
Tsh Oxenreider explores the ideas of living intentionally and richly, even in a culture which celebrates being busy and overworked.
There are many ways in which having children is a refining process of God that I never expected.
You can help your kids grow in their faith by teaching them winning values as you watch and discuss this winter’s Olympics together.
Did you know Saint Valentine encouraged couples to look outward to how their marriages could contribute to the world?