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January 18, 2021

Quantity And Quality Time—Your Child Needs Both From You

The old debate about which is best for your children, "quantity time" or "quality time," shouldnt be a debate at all. Its not the quantity of time that you spend with your children, it's the quality t

January 11, 2021

Building a Culture of Life Starts in the Home, But Doesn't End There

Author: James Gottry

In this nation, is all human life treated as sacred, or is it regarded as disposable? This question may be most easily answered by considering how we treat the most vulnerable among us.

January 04, 2021

7 Ways Dads Influence Their Daughters

Fathers have an incalculable impact on their daughters. Most psychologists believe, and I am one of them, that all future romantic relationships are influenced positively or negatively by the way a gi

January 01, 2021

Persistent Prayer

If a commitment to Christ is the foundation for a successful marriage, then daily prayer together is the steady, brick-by-brick construction that provides a safe haven for genuine intimacy.

December 08, 2020

A Different Kind of Christmas in 2020

Author: devuser

Part one in our series "How To Make Home For The Holidays in 2020 Happier."

This holiday season will be different, very different. Amidst the delicious smells,

December 07, 2020

Who Won't Be Home for the Holidays?

Author: devuser

Part two in our series "How To Make Home For The Holidays in 2020 Happier."

Being home for the holidays is the sweetest longing we all have, so the song says.

December 07, 2020

Accept the Unresolvables

Some wives will discover that they are married to a mate who will never be able to fully express himself or understand the needs that I have described. His emotional structure makes it impossible for

December 04, 2020

Raising Boys in the Postmodern Age

There are several major social problems that account for much of the trouble facing boys and their parents today. One of which is called postmodernism, which helps explain further how families, and es