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October 22, 2019

Adjusting to Family Changes When Children Marry

Author: devuser

Adjusting to the changes in a family when a child gets married is often just as difficult for parents as it is for adult children. There is no textbook on how to balance between 'leaving' to establish

August 28, 2019

Pedophiles and Pornography

Never forget that pedophiles (individuals who sexually abuse children) roam the landscape looking for victims. They do not have difficulty finding them. The average pedophile "captures" and exploit

August 12, 2019

Why Do Fatherless Boys Need Rescuing?

Author: devuser

Why is the fatherless boy so damaged and in need of repair? It's because the father-son relationship is at the foundation of our existence—that is, God sent his only begotten Son to die on the

August 02, 2019

True Grit: The Importance of Building Resilience

Author: devuser

You may have heard today's youth referred to as the "snowflake generation." Collins Dictionary defines the term as "young adults of the 2010's, viewed as being less resilient and more prone to taking

July 17, 2019

Your Daughter will Thank You for Your Time and Tenderness

The passion I feel for the subject at hand is related to the daughter who still calls me Dad. Danae is grown now, but I love her like I did when we were first introduced in the delivery room. Somethin

June 12, 2019

Let Boys Be Boys

Author: devuser

Imagine sending an army to war without the tools or training to achieve victory. That would be ridiculous. And yet we are sending boys, ill equipped, into a culture that has seemingly declared war on

May 03, 2019

The Relentless Love of a Mom

Author: devuser

Here's to all the women who desire to be godly spiritual mothers. Every one of us who are mature in the faith can—and should—rise up as mothers in the church.

April 22, 2019

Help Your Wife Succeed as a Mom

Children cannot raise themselves properly. This fact was illustrated again in a recent conversation with a research psychologist who visited my office. He had been studying the early childhoods of inm