It can be easy to live in the past instead of focusing on the here and now. How many times have you replayed a decision or event over and over in your head, wondering if a different choice might have yielded a better result? I’ve definitely done that before.
But living in the past is no way to live out today.
We want others’ approval. We want to be admired and respected. We want to accomplish our goals, which can involve an appetite for competition. This is human nature, but if left unchecked, it can result in the same distorted sense of self-worth....
What impact do teachers make in shaping the lives of their students? Wouldn't you love to go back to an old school and let a teacher know how he or she changed your life? This teacher had that opportunity - as this former student returned to his old high school to let her know the many ways she had influenced his life to become the man that he is today!
Often we’re discontent with the superficial things in our lives. We’re trained to want bigger, better, newer, faster, more expensive. Whether you are struggling to feel content with the material things in your life, or something a little deeper, I’ve found these three principles help to refocus our perspective.
Ken Mohammad is the dad crying in a heartwarming video that has since gone viral. It was an emotional moment for the father as he dropped his son off at college. And his heartfelt tears speak volumes about the love he has for his family!
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.
From the classroom to the internet, bullying can lead to poor self-image in children, and has had disastrous consequences. In fact, members of Generation Z believe bullying is the biggest issue facing their generation, according to new data.
Consider these ideas to help your kids learn how to overcome, avoid and break down the cycle of bullying...
While kids and parents alike await the start of a new school year, the back-to-school season is not without its share of stressors for busy families. .Adding some fun and excitement to the newness can help smooth the way.
As kids get ready to start a new school year, one way to help alleviate the morning rush is to make breakfast ahead of time, so it’s ready to go before sending kids off to school. Here's a nutritious recipe that's also fun to make!
Are you currently in a place of waiting? Though we’re all familiar with it, we can often grow wearing in our waiting, and our hearts grow heavy with worry and doubt. Sometimes we might wonder if God has forgotten about us or given up on us....
Getting your child a smartphone because "everyone has one" creates a massive responsibility for parents. Today's smartphones mean our children carry around 24/7 computers - along with all the Prevalent dangers to their well-being, mental and moral health, and safety.
Here are 5 ways we can begin to keep our kids safe online....
Your home’s curb appeals says a lot about you. If you’re looking to sell or just want to increase the overall value of your home, check out these high-ROI exterior upgrades that can improve aesthetics and increase resale value.