When it comes to having "the Talk," where do you start? Authors Justin and Lindsey Holcomb hand parents pointers for establishing healthy sexual worldview.
"Where do babies come from?" Don't break out in a sweat just yet. Justin and Lindsey Holcomb help parents start the conversation with basic, biblical tools.
Want to be the spiritual leader of your family but don’t know where to start? Here are seven essentials for leading well.
If you show your kids vulnerability or grief, will they feel insecure? Or just the opposite? Counselor Ron Deal weighs in on hard emotions in parenting.
Wondering how to forgive your dad? Author Roland Warren knows the gravity of your pain and anger. He'll walk you down the road of forgiveness and freedom.
Author Roland Warren invites single moms on a journey to heal their hearts and offers parenting advice to raise healthy men, good husbands, and strong dads.
These ideas will help you develop deeper relationships with your children despite a hectic schedule.
Quality time speaks love to a young child.
Could celebrating each child's unique image of God help heal racial division? Speaker Chris Singleton discusses his new children's book, Your Life Matters.
When my wife was pregnant, I was excited about being a new dad. But balancing fatherhood and marriage was a challenge I needed help with.
Bestselling author and counselor Gary Chapman offers wise tips to help you push through the insanity of raising teens toward relational vitality.
After finding out your wife is pregnant, it’s normal to ask, “Am I ready to be a dad?” And where do you find guidance for what’s ahead?
Gary Chapman gets the rollercoaster of parenting teens. Grab his thoughtful ideas to help you evolve alongside your kids in a critical stage of development.
Artists Blair and Shai Linne know the yawning gaps of living without a dad. Author of Finding My Father, Blair tells her story of fatherlessness.
Not sure how to answer tough questions kids ask? Michael Kruger, author of Surviving Religion 101, offers answers for teens' vital questions.
Are your kids college-ready? Michael Kruger, author of Surviving Religion 101, examines how to prep teens for surviving religion—and keeping the faith.
Having little kids can mean a season of profound loneliness for young moms. Author Jennie Allen explores how to find community by doing life together.
I love family vacations. But when seven of us are in the minivan, sinful natures threaten family fun. Relate? Here are three reminders.
"My wife had a miscarriage. Why do I feel so lost?" Eric Schumacher recounts the grief in his own marriage and how ultimately, trauma brought them closer.
Losing a baby can leave a guy confused, helpless, lonely, deeply sad, or just numb. Author Eric Schumacher offers support for men processing miscarriage.
Wondering how to support your wife in the way she’s made? John & Hillary Ferrer talk about their path as John empowered her to launch Mama Bear Apologetics.
Your kids have doubts about their faith like the rest of us! Author Hillary Morgan Ferrer offers methods toward a robust foundation for kids’ faith.
Our culture’s lies don’t sound like lies—& our kids absorb them. Mama Bear Apologetics’ Hillary Morgan Ferrer offers ideas to guide kids to unshakable truth.
Summertime feels like freedom to kids out of school. But a working mom's perspective is a bit different. Tracy Lane describes how she plans to make meaningful memories with her children this summer.
After 1,200 interviews, Fuller Youth Institute’s Brad Griffin & Kara Powell offer conversations to navigate teens’ biggest questions--like, “Who am I?”
Time and space for soul care feels impossible for parents. But what if you could have your break-cake and eat it too?
Is it possible to thrive in the mundane -- when being a mom is hard? Author Liz Wann talks rest, critical camaraderie, & making disciples in simple moments.
Is motherhood stripping you clean? Author Liz Wann knows the pain of reaching limits. Here's how being a mom both tears us down & rebuilds us like Jesus.
When it comes to raising kids -- what if perfection isn't the goal? Dave and Ann Wilson dive into the monumental task of parenting kids right here, right now.
Learning how to parent can feel part adventure, part battle, part dumpster fire. Dave & Ann Wilson have your back with solid advice & practical application.