Terri Orbuch, a psychologist and research professor at the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research, recently identified some of the top common regrets of divorced couples.
First post in her series, the Joy Gal starts to question her own ideas of womanhood as she embarks on her journey.
The passing of Neil Armstrong this past Saturday stirs up a wave of nostalgia for me. At the time he became the first man to walk on the moon, I was 7 and had just two great loves of my life: football and astronomy.
Christians can be both civil and engaged, full of grace and yet firm in support of truth.
You need accountability in your life. You aren't above transparency. We all need it. None of us are good enough to in our Christian walk.
A new longitudinal study has found that spending time with parents is important to teens' well-being.
Almighty God desires simply to be known as the giver of the gift of absolute grace. To this we say “no”. Then the relationship is destroyed [by our 'morality'] just as surely as it is by our immorality.
Parenting is a hard road for many of us as we struggle to find that perfect balance of disciplinarian, teacher, provider, and more. And the truth is, many of us wondering if we are even doing it right!
Thomas Edison said it best, "Vision without execution is hallucination." I don't want my life to be filled with someday-one-day.
Before we figure out what love is, maybe we should learn what it isn't.
Recent economic times require creativity on how to put some extra dollars in the bank. Here are a few tips to help you do just that.
Special passions, callings, and emphases are good, but when they get out of balance, they become dangerous to gospel proclamation
When you're heartsick and empty, where do you go? Jesus says even in the empty, we can find Him there. Even when we want to escape, Jesus tells us stay.
Help children grieve and re-enter life after loss.
It's hard to find a really good chicken sandwich.
Sometimes I forget that God is actively pursuing me. I forget that His love for me is so overwhelming when I stop and think of who He has made me to be in His eyes. I forget that there was never a "good enough" benchmark that I had to meet in order to deserve His love. There was no race I had to run to be accepted by Him. I just was.
Christians are supposed be about the truth. We are to proclaim the truth, live the truth, and love the truth. But sometimes, in advancing the truth, we tell ourselves lies
What we believe to be true about children will inevitably shape the way we “train them up.”
In a world that constantly accepts compromise, what are you doing to adhere to your values?