It’s hard to know how to help someone who has experienced trauma. Here are seven practical and compassionate ways you can care for your loved one.
Do you want to establish your own traditions with your family and friends this holiday season? Here are six ways to help you do just that.
Feeling valuable can influence your emotions, decisions and mental well being, so finding your value in things that last is important. Are the things you find your worth in satisfying you?
“I wanted my father to shape up, stop drinking and be nice. Then I would love him.”
Mother’s Day can be difficult if you have a broken or strained relationship with your child. One mother shares how she faces the holiday in the midst of her pain and disappointment.
I didn’t have as much time as I needed with my dad in my early years, but then one day God set things in motion, unexpectedly.
How do you talk to your parents about Jesus? How can I witness to my family? There tends to be three recurring themes: patience, love and comprehensiveness.
This year, we challenge you to start a new tradition with your family by capturing moments and memories and sharing them with one another at year’s end.
A couple and their daughter step into an unknown arena to reach out to other families, and together they create a legacy of strong families spreading throughout their city.
We desperately want our loved ones to experience the love and forgiveness that Jesus offers. Yet we don’t want to risk damaging a relationship or unwittingly push our family members away from this good news. Here are five ways to build trust as you take the gospel to your loved ones.
Shawn Cramer’s “Man Training” project – photographs with advice to his 6-year-old son – reflects to him the loving, Father nature of God. See some of his favorite posts from the project.
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