When was the last time you enjoyed a date? Going on a date is a wonderful way to reconnect, de-stress, and catch up with one another. But finances, childcare, or lack of things to do near home can make that difficult.
Here are some fun date ideas that don't include the TV at all!
On Thursday, Oct.5, thousands of students across the whole country will share God’s hope and celebrate religious freedom by doing something simple, yet powerful: They’ll bring their Bibles to school and talk about it with friends! Your kids can too!
Do you feel God asking you to leave your job and step into something new, yet you’re worried about the financial implications? If so, here are five truths that encourage me when it comes to releasing money worries. I hope they encourage you
As women, we are constantly pressured by social media, billboards, and even relationships to look a certain way. We know that our identity is found in Christ, but it doesn’t make the mirror any more forgiving.
Most Christian parents agree on the importance of passing on a legacy of faith to their children. Still, acknowledging its importance is often disconnected from the real life understanding of what to do in order to accomplish the goal.
In case the concept of spending quiet time with God is unfamiliar to you (as it was to me for a long time), it’s basically taking time either within your normal prayer time or throughout the day to get silent before God and listen for His voice.
Words matter. Our children soak them up like little sponges. I can watch my daughter play “house” with her dolls and hear her say some of the same things her mom or I tell her. It's proof that she's listening.
Of all the phrases we say as parents, there are a few that I believe every child needs to hear.
Lamont Thomas spent years fostering children - 30 kids over 15 years to be exact! But when the last foster moved out of the house, Lamont could not end it there. So even after he decided to stop fostering, he still wanted to help others - so he made an amazing change!
We hear a lot about effective ways to deal with stress. After all, stress is incredibly bad for you—and it’s unavoidable. That said, sometimes the best way to deal with stress is to avoid it altogether. Whatever your major stresses are, see how to eliminate these particular problems can be applied to your own situation.
People are understandably conscious about the foods they’re eating and where they come from. This has seen the rise of whole, clean and natural foods, and in the last couple years, the trend has even moved into pet foods. These tips can help your whole family lead a more healthy life.