What does it mean to relentlessly pursue a dream, an idea, a new habit, or a new life? It's not giving up; it's patience.
Ever notice that fairy tales always have a happy ending? That mentality has set us up for excitement, but also caused great despair.
As we lend or borrow money, let’s be careful not to do either based upon the commonly accepted practices of today.
The decision to make time for my daughter remains the best parenting decision I've made, and it's why she and I are close today.
Far too many modern churches and families are caught off guard by young questioners in their midst.
Allison Vesterfelt shares how she learned to pack light and let go of things that kept her from embracing the journey God had for her.
Why does God love odd couple marriages? Because the power of the gospel is put on full display in odd couple marriages.
Our daughters watch us, look to us for what they need, and often imitate both our weaknesses and our strengths.
Am I communicating that their pleasure should be the focus of hours spent with others. Is that really what I want to be teaching my kids?
Crosswalk talks with Sara Horn about how an experiment of submission revolutionized her marriage and family.
Have you ever experienced stress and anxiety because you’re dealing with a ton of financial problems? I’ve been there.
Say yes to all Jesus has for you. Say yes to being in over your head, not knowing answers, not feeling safe, and the blessings that follow.
Young girls swoon today over One Direction. What if I told you that you could have that kind of influence in your daughter's life?
Do you need some encouragement to keep your "til death do us part" commitment? Cindi McMenamin shares some wise tidbits.
How early is too early to start teaching our young ones a good work ethic? I’d argue that the sooner we start, the better.
The consequences of other people’s choices affect you every day, and can affect your life in devastating ways.
God places babies between our arms and beneath our hearts, and we cradle them safely there, but soon the letting go begins.
According to a 2008 University of Denver research study, the more fun married couples had together, the happier their marriages became.
Our family has faced some tough times the last few years, and we’re glad to be on the path out of debt. Dave Ramsey's words inspire!