At first glance, it would seem that this book would have a very limited audience, but that is not the case. Even those of us whose administrative domain consists of only one’s family can gain much from
There are many opportunities for us to affirm each other every day. As mothers, it is important for us to build up our companions, rather than be led astray by jealousy or judgment.
When raising your children, Kaye Hinckley asks, "Have you ever practiced what is called Tough Love?"
Mission: Adoption was developed as a dedicated platform exclusively for adoptive and pre-adoptive parents, to help them with traditional adoption expenses as well as many other adoption-related expenses that other fundraising avenues can’t.
The key to giving a good gift is thinking about what the recipient would like--and this same principle applies in our relationship with God: as St. Padre Pio said, "God is served only when He is
What soil are you? The Parable of the Sower in Matthew’s gospel offers a great lesson for parents in soil amendment…the soil of the heart that is. Learn how to clear problems of the heart that keep
Are you ever ready for that day when your child passes through the door from childhood to college-bound young adult? I'm not!!
Enjoy a conversation with the co-author of Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World and get some insights for today's wired families.
So the First Day. It’s happening. It’s happening on the face of the clock and the page on the calendar and we want more time. So what do we do?
We as parents have so much to learn about this increasingly competitive and intense world of youth sports if we are to keep our children playing longer and playing because they enjoy the sport.
Tanya Weitzel reviews Maurine Reynolds Adamek's children's book, I'll Do Better Tomorrow, I Promise.
Do you choose between faith and fantasy, or do you believe they can coexist? Deborah Shelby explores the intersection and considers Harry Potter.
It is almost back to school, and rather than have a nervous breakdown over it, I decided instead to give it all to God in my own personal prayer.
I believe that there’s much to be discovered when you take the time to consider the less than obvious choices in life – and in people.
If you’ve ever found yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time, this is the perfect post for you!