Everyone hopes our country reaches a new heyday wealth, but until then, here's how to maintain your charitable efforts.
I prayed for wisdom…and the response was the realization that unconditional love and support from your family is the foundation.
If marriage is what we say it is, why does its foundation seem so cracked? How do we explain the brokenness and divorce rates?
Among the "do not"s in Scripture, there's one we tend to overlook: "Do not worry," from Matthew 6:34.
Have you ever paused to reflect on how your personal strengths and weaknesses contribute to your current financial position?
Connecting spiritually with your spouse can be challenging, with so many other pursuits vying for attention in your busy schedules.
Most people don’t realize that over 290,000 U.S. children are at risk of being sexually exploited. Is your daughter?
There’s no training for the most difficult job any of us will ever have: being a mom or a dad. You have to pick it up as you go.
Whatever we choose, we all want our children delivered safely and successfully back to our homeland in the end.
In this fallen world where people can be difficult and situations stressful, it’s often challenging to love others.
As you work at handing your worries over to your Heavenly Father, here are a few tips for reducing your financial anxiety.
There are 3 troubling trends emerging for women, especially in the area of finances, that will cause pain if ignored for too long.
Although my sisters and I were raised with to believe in God, my parents had no spiritual well to draw from as they parented.
I need to deliberately invest in my marriage just as much as I invest in other areas of my life. And that means goal-setting!
Have you made New Year's Resolutions? Try picking a verse to guide you through 2014.
If a father is first in his family to become a follower of Jesus, 93% of the time his family will follow suit. Wow. What influence!
The truth is whether you’ve been married 1 year or 40, relationships can be really hard.
Without an internal commitment, a page full of bullet points will simply produce a weighty existence full of empty moments.
I make a plan every January to ensure I don't end the year in the same place, spiritually, as I was when the year started.
If you’re anything like the average American family, your Christmas to-do list goes on and on. But maybe our focus should shift.
- December 23, 2013 |