Family Life Archive
Many of us are disposed to holding grudges about what he or she did to me. We can’t let it go. We have to have some recompense–to balance things, we say. We let the ghost of
Often mothers wonder if they are doing enough. Today, Sarah Damm shares how God gave her a moment of grace to believe that her work as a mom is important and is enough.
This week, enjoy Slow Cooker Vegetable Stew and Dine Without Whine: Slow Cooker Vegetable Stew and Brownie Pudding Cake from Dine Without Whine.
Easy to make and packed with flavor and nutrition, this Middle Eastern Lentil and Spinach Soup will warm both the heart and belly as you gather around the table with your family this fall.
Try something different with your tuna this Meatless Friday! Veronica Gantley shows a new way to serve grilled tuna.
Gentlemen aren't just found in Jane Austen novels.
My favorite relaxing pastime is reading, and today I’m giving you a little peek at some of my top picks — what’s on my nightstand or by my favorite chair at the moment.
Thank you and Please are easily practiced every day by our kids, but teaching them I'm sorry haunts us by Catholic guilt or our view of Reconciliation instead of by God’s grace and unconditional love.
This week, enjoy Baked Halibut and Apple Cake from Dine Without Whine.
We welcome guest columnist Barbara Mahany, whose book Slowing Time: Seeing the Sacred Outside Your Kitchen Door features prayers, blessings and recipes all wrapped up in poetry.
Bored with basic baked ziti? Try Barbara Stein's twist on a filling family favorite!
The greatest blessing of homeschooling can also be the biggest cross - spending most every moment of every day with my children.
Kelly shares some homeschooling memories that she hopes will make you smile, and reminisce.
This week, enjoy Oregano Chicken and Alfredo Potatoes from Dine Without Whine.
Try a traditional Brazilian dish for your next Meatless Friday meal!
Celebrate Oktoberfest with homemade pretzels dipped in beer cheese!