You’re the heart of your family and community. Your husband, kids, and community group are always coming to you for spiritual guidance. You’ve been spending time in the Word, but it feels like something is missing from your Bible study. We […]Read More
Having a Meltdown, Mom?
Is “You Complete Me” Biblical?
My Ambien-Induced Parenting Epiphany
Who God Is
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Beautiful Feet: The Spa-less Secret
Our Greatest Gift to God
The Gospel for the Weak Mom
Why You Don't Have to Prove Yourself
The Best Kind of Confidence
The Myth of BFFs
Teaching Your Kids to Ask Important Questions
Unsung Heroes: Being a Role Model Outside the Spotlight
Ticked, Annoyed, Angry?
Living a “Joshua 1:9” Life
Rethinking Our Wish List
When You Can’t See God at Work
Making Good on the Promise to Pray
Learning to Trust God
Love Covers All
5 Ways to Help Your Teen Deal with Peer Pressure
Learning to Pay Attention
5 Strategies to Survive and Thrive Amidst Change
Creating Quiet Time
3 Ways Adoption Mirrors My Relationship with Christ
Persevering in the Monster Marathon
Displaying God’s Goodness
4 Ingredients for a Thriving Marriage
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Taking Your Needs to God
It Really is Finished
Smell My Life
Wind is Fleeting, Family is Forever
A Bleeding Heart of Faith
Do You Want to Get Well?
Breathing New Life into Your Time with God
4 Things Parents Can’t Do
What’s Your Motive?
Letting Go of the Dream
The God Who Reminds
Is Your Life Too Noisy?
Take the 30-Day Praise Challenge
Dealing with Pain: Finding Hope in God’s Word
Setting Unrealistic Expectations
Ways to Help Your Child See God Each Day
The Absorbing Power of the Gospel
Trusting God When Life Falls Apart
Becoming an Effective Mentor
The Upside of Endings
Loving Others in the Midst of Disagreement
Stepping Beyond Doubt
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5 Words Every Wife Should Know
Do Your Prayers Have Power?
I love a new year — a chance to do things differently, to live differently. A new year is an opportunity to make changes to my health, family, career, and relationships. It’s a new start for all of us. That’s why we make resolutions, start […]Read More
Ever view a talk show featuring parent-child reunions? The audience is offered a front row seat to the first smiles of two people who had for various reasons been separated from one another. Clapping through tears, the host wraps up the episode […]Read More
Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. (Proverbs 22:6) You may remember the news story out of California a couple of years ago. A woman was suing McDonald’s because […]Read More
Rich beauty doesn't blossom over time unless the gardener is willing to till the soil, tend to the weeds and water each seedling as it grows. So it is with marriage. Those who stay the course with patience and humility […]Read More
"Thou preparest a table before me…my cup runneth over." Psalm 23:5 If you were to visit my home, you would see this sign hanging above the cook top in my kitchen: It started off as a joke — a little irony directed at the Martha Stewart mindset […]Read More