Building Family Ties with Laughter
Laugh together like you mean it
Dave StoneAugust 16, 2012
Happiness Is a Serious Business
We need to adopt a new theology if we're going to celebrate.
Greg LaffertyApril 1, 2010
The Joy-Driven Life
Death to deadly earnest discipleship!
Mark GalliApril 1, 2010
A Renewed Joy
In the presence of God, our joy can move our soul and bring us strength.
George RehbergApril 1, 2010
God Has a Sense of Humor
How can we his creatures think things are funny unless the whole idea came from God in the first place?
JoHannah ReardonSeptember 2, 2009
Please answer each question honestly, bearing in mind that while it is impossible to fail this test, your answers may determine where you'll spend the night.
Phil CallawaySeptember 30, 2008
A Time to Laugh
Why having fun keeps the joy in our marriage.
By Erin SmalleySeptember 12, 2008
Right of Passage
It was my one bodily function too embarrassing to admit.
By Angela BaergSeptember 12, 2008
Marriage On Par
We hated playing golf—and that's what made our time together so much fun.
by James RockSeptember 12, 2008
A Tippy Canoe and Barry, Too
What a nearly disastrous dip in the river taught me about …
by Donna FrisingerSeptember 12, 2008
The Serious Side of Silly
What your child learns from all that giggling.
by Margaret BroulletteJune 1, 2002
What my daughter taught me on our weekend in the woods
by Barbara SchillerMarch 1, 2001
The Best Laugh
How to teach the difference between godly hilarity and hurtful "humor"
Faith Tibbetts McDonaldMarch 1, 1999
How comedian Chonda Pierce's faith—and mom—helped her survive the tough times and laugh again
Jane Johnson StruckNovember 1, 1998
Is it trash talk or harmless humor?
Ida Rose HeckardJanuary 1, 1998