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The New Sexual Temptation
The New Sexual TemptationSubscriber Access Only
The new battleground for sexual temptation isn't the bedroom, but our brains.
25 Ways You Can Make a Difference!Subscriber Access Only
Think one woman can't make a positive impact on the world? Think again!
The Thin CageSubscriber Access Only
Constantly thinking about how much you weigh? A former chronic dieter takes on our obsession with being skinny.
Dirty Little SecretSubscriber Access Only
Men aren't the only ones lured by Internet porn.
Class ActSubscriber Access Only
How partnering with teachers can enhance your child's education.
When Your Husband Struggles with Depression
When Your Husband Struggles with Depression
Take heart—there's hope for him and you.
Quiet Time QuitterSubscriber Access Only
How can I get my son interested in Bible reading?
Secret Agent ManSubscriber Access Only
One brave guy taught me a valuable lesson about women's ministry.
Surprised by JoySubscriber Access Only
Mary Beth Chapman never dreamed she'd travel to China to adopt two little girls, or that they'd help in her journey toward healing from depression.
A Spirit of SurrenderSubscriber Access Only
We can learn a lot about letting go from Jesus' mother, Mary.
I Love Being Married
I Love Being MarriedSubscriber Access Only
5 great reasons why I do—and you can, too!
The Heart of HospitalitySubscriber Access Only
How I learned it has absolutely nothing to do with having a home worthy of Southern Living.
The Other WomanSubscriber Access Only
How to live in harmony with your mother-in-law or daughter-in-law
On the HomefrontSubscriber Access Only
Ways to help the families left behind by deployed military members.
I'm Such a Worrywart!Subscriber Access Only
How can I keep from obsessing over my kids?
A Cheerful GiverSubscriber Access Only
My son taught me a needed lesson about Christlike generosity.
Connect with Your KidsSubscriber Access Only
8 great ways to build a better bond.
Safe KeepingSubscriber Access Only
How to protect your child from abduction
Family Time with God: AugustSubscriber Access Only
Daily faith builders
Making the BreakSubscriber Access Only
Help ease your toddler's transition to the church nursery
Time Out for ParentsSubscriber Access Only
My husband and I both feel it's important to spend special time alone together, but our 3-year-old constantly interrupts. After she's in bed, we typically run around trying to pick up or take care of things we can't get to during the day. We end up with very little time or energy left for each other. How can we keep our daughter busy so we can put some time into our marriage?
Rear WindowSubscriber Access Only
My son's goofy mishap was a good reminder of God's grace
When "No" Isn't Enough
When "No" Isn't EnoughSubscriber Access Only
The basics of toddler discipline
Living in Another WorldSubscriber Access Only
The best way to help your child's faith stay strong
Crazy DaysSubscriber Access Only
They're moody, ornery, and completely unpredictable. Here's how to stay sane while you parent a preteen.
Making MentorsSubscriber Access Only
The right adults can make all the difference in your teen's life
The ABC's of PrayerSubscriber Access Only
Helping children talk to God can be as easy as A-B-C. Use this simple guide to add some spark to your family's prayer life.
Devos They'll DoSubscriber Access Only
Liven up your family devotions with these quick tips
Life In Our HouseSubscriber Access Only
Silly stories from parents like you
Family Time with God: SeptemberSubscriber Access Only
Daily faith builders
Family Time with God: OctoberSubscriber Access Only
Daily faith builders
Boy CrazySubscriber Access Only
Q. Our 6-year-old is completely boy crazy. She loves attention from boys of all ages and spends a great deal of time primping in front of the mirror before going anywhere. She often begs me to let her wear bright red dress-up lipstick to church (a big "no"). Is this normal for her age? Her father and I give her plenty of attention. I can't understand why she needs all of this attention, and I worry that it will only get worse as she gets older.
Oh Baby!Subscriber Access Only
Help your child adjust to a new baby
House WarmingSubscriber Access Only
Plan a family-friendly blessing for your new home
Going PublicSubscriber Access Only
How to make the most of your child's public school experience.
Grace Rules!Subscriber Access Only
How we brought God into our discipline style
Private-Eye Parents?Subscriber Access Only
Your teenager wants privacy; you want answers. Should you butt in or back off?
Hammer and NailsSubscriber Access Only
A simple lesson in anger management
Reaching Pagan ParentsSubscriber Access Only
My parents took my son to a fortuneteller
Don't Bet on ItSubscriber Access Only
Is it okay for Christians to play the lottery?

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