By: Kevin Conklin | Focus On The Family
Mentoring is a popular word, but it’s been around a long time. Many write about it (like me right now), and speak on it, and even have conferences on it.
There are different types of mentoring (professional, personal, spiritual, marriage, parenting, etc.), but I’d like to take a couple minutes of your valuable time and write about the need to have ongoing mentors in your life, as well as being a mentor to someone who can use what you have. Continue reading “The Need for Mentoring”
By: Duncan Robinson
Something unusual and funny happened a couple of weeks ago. I made a new friend. It’s not something I anticipated happening, but I headed to one of my kids birthdays and struck up a friendship with a new buddy. Continue reading “Making Friends, Loneliness and the Bromance”
By: Focus On The Family
Stuart and Jill Briscoe are in their eighties, but that doesn’t keep them from pressing on and being productive. Continue reading “Finishing Strong [Podcast]”
How much impact can faith and friendship have on a marriage?
Continue reading “Faith and Friendship”
Just thirty days of kindness… you have no idea the difference it can make in a strained relationship.
Focus on the Family spoke with Shaunti Feldhahn on the simple power of being kind. Continue reading “Changing Your Relationships through the Power of Kindness”
By: Ted Cunningham | Focus On The Family
We all deal with difficult relationships. When a relationship is strained we need to find the words that bring healing, not strife and more destruction. Continue reading “Restoring Relationships with Good Apologies”
Real Romance Tips for your Relationship
We see a lot of TV programs and movies these days that show the start of romantic relationships. But not many of those are about keeping the romance alive once it has begun. Continue reading “How to Keep the Romance Alive”
Most little girls grow up dreaming of being a mum, but probably none dream of becoming a stepmum.
Continue reading “Hope and Encouragement for the Stepmum”
Right now, small is big. Minimalism is popular everywhere: tiny houses, 30-item wardrobes, basic food diets and simpler lifestyles. Continue reading “5 Tips to Make Minimalism Work for Your Family”