Whatever problems may develop, my commitment is to do whatever it takes to help my parents, respect them, and honor them.
Taking care of our elderly parents is a journey into the character of Christ.
Hardly a day goes by when I don’t think of my mother and my mother-in-law and the influence they had on my life.
Thirty years after his mother’s death, Rob Smith found an unusual way to honor her.
When I hear stories like this, I realize that the commandment to honor our parents is far more important, and far more powerful, than most of us realize.
Consider how you can honor your parents with more than just a store-bought card or gift.
Tribute to Art and June Lindstrom, written by their daughter, Janet Logan.
On the 70th anniversary of D-Day, “FamilyLife Today” co-host recalls his father’s service and sacrifice in World War II.
When I think of Dalcie Rainey, I hear her contagious laughter and smell cheeseburgers sizzling in the kitchen.
The process of forgiving my dad wasn’t easy, but our relationship is now a trophy of grace and reconciliation.
It’s not easy to honor someone who has hurt you so deeply. The natural tendency is to repay evil for evil and seek retribution.
Marriage can reveal the damage of the past, but these biblical steps can help you change your heart and forgive your parents.
Make a commitment to help your spouse honor his or her parents.