What do you think when you hear the biblical command, “Wives submit to your husband”? How does it make you feel to be told that you are supposed to submit? If you have a negative reaction, you’re not alone.
American are accumulating more debt and retaining it longer than ever before. These realities make it even more important for Christians to approach retirement with some intentionality. So how should Christians approach retirement? What are some practical things to start implementing today?
When you’re dating and falling in love, it’s easy to see your guy as Prince Charming and nothing else. Yet every couple eventually comes to the realization they are mere mortals. The butterflies flutter away. The heart stops beating wildly at the sight of your mate. You might wonder "where did my Prince Charming go?"
Instead of asking this, try these three questions instead...
Summer may be a break from formal education, but keeping kids excited about learning can be an easy way to keep them active and engaged instead of zoned out on screen time. Here are some ways to encourage your kids to keep learning while school is out with these fun and educational summer activities.
After a long year stuck at home, now may be the perfect time to start thinking about a family vacation! Consider these tips for planning a future trip – even if you’re not certain exactly when you’ll take it.
These two boys are in big trouble for getting into the paint, but how do you effectively discipline when you can’t stop laughing at their faces? Seeing them covered in paint is enough to make anybody lose it!
A Gallup poll showed that American families on average eat four meals together weekly. Parents want the best for their children, so making the most of a daily activity is a great way to bless our children in many ways.
For though there's a lot that may be left undone at the end of every day, if we're living close to the One who created the day and cares about us more than we could ever imagine, that's where true life is found.
As women, we are constantly pressured by social media, billboards, and even relationships to look a certain way. We know that our identity is found in Christ, but it doesn’t make the mirror any more forgiving.