When our fall schedules, dominated by the demands of parenting, stretch our marriages and spiritual lives, it’s time to take a closer look. Here are six things to consider to recalibrate your life, for the sake of your marriage and your walk with the Lord.
It is sadly true that the older you get, the easier it is to gain weight unintentionally—and the harder it is to lose that weight. But here’s the good news: It’s still possible to lose weight and keep it offat any age.
Worry, anxiety, fear…can overwhelm us with a thick shadow of darkness, controlling our every move and decision. But reading over these passages, they replaced the other things in my mind that I’d battled against.
Learn them, and let them reduce or remove your fear!
You can’t possibly know the scars or the joys that will be etched upon your heart these next ten years. You might face pain and trials like you’ve never experienced before. Anything could happen, and everything could change...
The Christian community is somewhat divided on the issue of taking medicine for mental health issues. There is even division over whether “mental health issues” are even biblical. Yet the Bible seems to present a balanced view of both medical and spiritual approaches.
There are numerous things wives need from their husbands, but they don’t know how to articulate them, or they fear the question will bring tension. More than 200 women were recently asked: What is something you need from your husband, but you don’t know how to ask him for it?
Coming to theaters this Thanksgiving, Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood is based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks) and journalist Tom Junod (Emmy winner Matthew Rhys).
Why does Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood continues to hold such a dear and tender spot in the hearts of generations of Americans? More importantly, why do we NEED Fred Rogers' message now more than ever?
Millions of Americans find themselves wide awake in the wee hours of the night. If you’re one of them, you might be suffering from one of a number of possible issues linked to sleep and heart health. Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to correct these situations.
For some things it's easy to say "no" - To kids who want their 3rd bowl of ice cream, to teens who want to skip school, and to door-to-door salespeople - saying “no” is easy. But when it comes to marriage, it isn’t easy to discern when to say “no.”
Here are 5 things you can say “no” to in order to better your marriage.
I am aware of little that God does in my life. I certainly notice the prayers he hasn't yet answered. But I've been asking God to show me more of those 10,000 things. I've asked him to show me more of his glory, his amazing grace toward me, and the way he works in all the details of my life.