He’s a long-time investment banker and a mentor to millennials… Author of “Know Your Why” Ken Costa chats about hearing from God about your purpose. Continue reading “Finding God’s Purpose for Your Life”
By: Paul Coughlin
During my dating years, I heard a husband respond to his wife in such a gentle and humorous way that it didn’t even appear he had corrected her at all. Continue reading “The True Strength of Marital Gentleness”
Katherine nearly died, but Jay remained by her side during the next two years of recovery. Continue reading “Staying Together When Tragedy Strikes Your Marriage”
By: Michele Landmead
Each week I receive a number of calls from parents who are concerned about their adult children. Most want to know what they can do to help. After they describe the situation, I suggest they continue to pray.
Often the parent replies, “Well, I do that, but what else can I do?”
“Nothing,” I respond. Continue reading “What to Do When Your Adult Child Won’t Grow Up”
By: Julie Vaughn
We see it every year about this time: TV commercials pushing the latest jewellery trends, grocery stores full of boxed chocolates and local flower shops advertising special deals for Mother’s Day.
Want to do something different this year? Not sure what your mum really wants on her special day? Continue reading “What Mums Really Want on Mother’s Day”
Discover how to undo the power of hidden secrets and sin. This is a message of hope for every family. Continue reading “Finding an Escape from Sexual Addiction”
Tom and Dena Yohe were caring, loving parents to their strong-willed daughter, Renee. It wasn’t until she was in her late teens that they discovered the deep hurts that troubled her inside. Continue reading “Finding Hope in the Midst of Raising Troubled Kids”
In his seminal work How Should We Then Live?, Francis Schaeffer brought the idea of worldview to bear on the church in the Western world. As he chronicled the rise and decline of Western thought and culture, one thing became clear to his readers; something must be done before the church as a whole is lost. Continue reading “Starting Conversations That Can Change Culture”
More is not always better, and stuff does not lead to happiness. Continue reading “Simplifying Life, Living More Fully”
Ah . . . this will be a breeze.
Since our kids are grown and out of the house, Dale and I thought many of the issues of blending families wouldn’t affect our second marriage. We also assumed that as adults, our kids wouldn’t be affected by our decision to tie the knot. Yeah, right! Continue reading “Navigating Midlife Remarriage”