Jesus says, “Blessed are those who have not seen but still believe;” Kelly Guest adds to it: blessed are those who live like they believe.
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Latest Posts in Family
My messy house proclaims the greatness of the Lord.
Marcellino D’Ambrosio shares a family tradition that’s served his family well for 19 years. It involves Christmas gifts, MINUS the tearing open and sobbing mess.
Editor’s Note: Today, we welcome Constance Hull as a contributor. She’ll be sharing a series about miscarriage and then…we’ll see! Constance blogs at …
Here’s an idea for your leftover turkey, with a dessert thrown in for good measure.
Growing professionally and personally doesn’t need to lead to conflict; it can help you be a better wife and mother.
Kaye Hinckley examines one of her southern father’s favorite phrases in light of our faith.
The first week of Advent, we light the Hope Candle. It is a reminder to us of how close (and how far away) Christmas is and of the hope that never fails.
When we care for Mom and Dad, we are given, in a unique way, the grace of uniting ourselves to the sufferings of Jesus on the Cross. Terry McDermott reflects on the blessing that caring for elderly parents can be.
Why do we feature Meatless Friday recipes when it’s not even Lent? Explore the idea of Friday sacrifice with us.
Feelings of being lost and out of control seem to manifest themselves to Carol Bannon every year around this time, and it does not get any better with age…in fact, the older she becomes, the worse it appears to be.