Disciplining your child is hard work, but you can do it in a God-centered, grace-based way! Continue reading “Conveying God’s Love Through Discipline”
Author: Amy Van Veen | Focus On The Family.
“The first five years were the worst!” Pam* said, laughing about her and her husband Jim’s* somewhat rocky pathway to healthy conflict. Continue reading “Conflict is inevitable: 10 steps to doing it right”
Author: John Mcgee | Focus On The Family.
Have you ever been tired of people? Have you ever looked down on your Caller ID and let out a soft groan when you saw who it was? You know you’re supposed to be kind, compassionate, and helpful, but sometimes, instead of seeing people as a blessing to engage with, you see them as a hassle to avoid. Let’s be honest, sometimes it’s hard. Continue reading “Remember This When You’re Tired of People”
Justin Lippiatt grew up in South Africa and found himself constantly pretending to be somebody he wasn’t in order to gain acceptance from his peers and affirmation from his heavy drinking father. Justin shares how he has been set free and how the mask he had been wearing has been taken off. Continue reading “Taking Off The Mask”
Gil and Brenda Stuart know all too well about the myriad of challenges that stepfamilies face. Continue reading “Encouragement for Remarried Couples”
What do you do when you suspect someone you know may be struggling with suicidal thoughts? Well, that’s what they’ll will be discussing with chaplain, Mark Bateman. Continue reading “Helping Prevent Suicide”
By making a few changes, you can reduce stress in your life, quiet the chaos and restore your sanity. In the second part of this podcast, Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory will give you practical ways to organize your schedule, say no, and increase your capacity for joy. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed Part 2”
One moment, your child is respectful and kind, and another, they’re defiant and withdrawn. The early teenage years are often fraught with drama and angst. Continue reading “Navigating the Middle School Years”
The way you’re wired impacts how you respond to stress. Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory share on the four main personality types and how you can use your personality to quiet the chaos and restore your sanity. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed”