Kids can learn habits that will help them for the rest of their lives.
Discerning a healthy approach to body issues
In marriage, we are the gardeners, not the plants
In my effort to accept my non-Christian friend, was I being too "quiet" about the gospel?
A new study by the American Psychological Association shows that 20- and 30somethings are the most stressed generation in America. Here’s how the church can help them cope.
Even at age 88, missionary Rose Marie Miller still looks to prayer and powerful women in the Bible to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges.
My perspective as a convert to Catholicism
Rachel Browne plunges toilets, paints buildings, and invites 3,000 attendees per year to a camp in Manchester, Jamaica—all while raising three children, volunteering in her local community, and abiding in Christ.
My father's advice gave our marriage a great start
With great power comes great responsibility—and an immense need for prayer.
Sexual chemistry and infatuation can cloud your judgment of your man’s character. Here’s how to avoid disillusioned dating.
We're all responsible to stop child sexual abuse
Has your relationship with the Almighty grown stale?
The exposure just might help me discover a few things about self-worth underneath it all.
Techniques for training them to do it themselves
How our marriage has made us better people
Distinguishing between needs and wants—and why it's important to our souls.