Many people aren’t getting enough sleep, resulting in damage to their health that then damages their relationships with family members. If you’re not getting the sleep you need, your body, mind, and spirit can all suffer as a result, making it difficult to sustain healthy family relationships.
Without even realizing it, I sometimes act as though I have total possession over my time. My grip gets even tighter when I have less time. I begin operating under the assumption that I own my time; therefore, any interruption of it causes irritation, defensiveness and increased stress. Does that describe you?
While bankruptcy's stigma has weakened in recent years, it is still an especially troubling topic for many Christians. What about the biblical admonition, "The wicked borrow and do not repay, but the righteous give generously"?
We all know and love the amazing singer Mandisa. But how does the single woman Mandisa feel about dating, flirting, pursuing men, and marriage? See this personal side to Mandisa, along with a panel of friends and Christian Music artists as they discuss these and other topics.
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!
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.
As I successfully continued my tidying around the house, my daughter called me again. “Mom, are you coming? I really need you!” “Yes, honey, just give Mommy one more minute. I’ve got to get this done.”
For though there's a lot that may be left undone at the end of every day, if we're living close to the One who created the day and cares about us more than we could ever imagine, that's where true life is found.
Turn on the news these days and you’ll likely hear bad news about the spread and impact of this terrible Coronavirus. But there are so many inspirational acts of kindness going on too! Here are just a few...
Parents have a right to be concerned about how much time their kids are on devices at home, especially during vacations. A new platform can help parents set healthy time limits for their child’s device use at home. It lets users know exactly which devices are connected to the in-home network at what times and for how long.
Whether we choose to leave our gifts tucked in the back of a dusty cupboard, or display them prominently through the fingerprinted glass of the china cabinet, if they remain unused, they are useless. They’re not benefiting anyone.
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.
Sometimes, it takes more faith to fall apart with Jesus than praying for faith to stop it from happening. I began praying new intimate prayers. I began finding spiritual whitespace: making room for rest instead of ignoring my wounding and exhaustion.
As I took the journey to find rest, I uncovered Five Soulful Ways to Pray When You Don't Know How...