One man shares his struggle with alcoholism and parenting a son with Down Syndrome. Continue reading “Shining a Positive Light on Down Syndrome”
Mr. Carey Casey shares about the critical importance of grandfathers in the lives of their grandkids. He addresses how to bridge the relational gap between the generations and how to model integrity to your grandchildren and leave a lasting, godly legacy. Continue reading “Being a Champion to your Grandkids”
Mark and Jill Savage open up about their own imperfect marriage — how they’ve tried to change each other, struggled with emotional intimacy, and needed counseling to work through their conflict. Continue reading “Embracing an Imperfect Marriage”
In society today, do we send unintentional messages to single people that they are somehow inferior? Are there ways that communities – and churches in particular – can be more inclusive and supportive of singles? Continue reading “Understanding Singleness in God’s Family”
Author: Focus On The Family
On the school playground, you probably gave your sweetheart a paper heart with “I like u a LOT” painstakingly scribbled on it in your favourite crayon colour. Since then, you’ve come a long way in terms of communicating your love to your spouse. But even the best marriage can benefit from a little spark. We chatted with relationship experts and life coaches for easy, practical tips on enhancing communication within a marriage, as well as special ways to express your love. Continue reading “Love and Communication: 11 Expert Tips for a Better Marriage”
All people have the potential to be mastered by a life-controlling problem and pulled into the downward spiral of an addiction.
In this podcast we discuss what can be done if someone you know may be struggling with an addiction. Our guest is Malcolm Smith, the founder of the Teen Challenge Rehabilitation Centre in Western Australia. Continue reading “When a Loved One is Struggling With Addiction”
Parents of preschoolers can put themselves under a whole lot of pressure, barking out orders and trying to juggle everything under the sun, with the hope their children will turn out right.
But there’s a better way. Tim Sanford offers some simple advice about giving your children a choice and a voice to help them prepare for the future. Continue reading “Giving Your Preschooler a Good Foundation”