Do you and your husband butt heads over the kids? Are you the disciplinarian while he plays the fun parent? Shaunti Feldhahn gives three tips for dealing with parenting impasses, plus a secret to help your husband see your point of view.
Author September McCarthy and her husband, Dan, tell the story of how they met and married. The McCarthys also give their best parenting advice for many challenging issues.
David Eaton knows that smart phones are hugely popular among adolescents, but they're often misused. Eaton challenges parents to have four conversations with their kids before giving them a cell phone.
David Eaton encourages parents to talk to their kids about appropriate cell phone usage. Eaton reminds parents it's not so much about how to use the phone but why we use it.
Karis Kimmel Murray tells how granting forgiveness is the #1 rule of the Murray household, followed closely by "be brave and face your fears, especially when you do the hard thing."
Karis Kimmel Murray shares how her five-year plan was upended seven months into marriage when she discovered she was pregnant. Murray tells how she and her husband adjusted to life's surprises.
Karis Kimmel Murray explains that grace is giving something not necessarily deserved. Murray illustrates what it's like to let grace define your relationships even when the other person disappoints you.
What does it take to be a spiritually healthy parent? Michelle Anthony talks about six different dysfunctional parenting styles moms and dads often default to, like micromanaging or being critical.
When it comes to your home, is God in charge? Author Michelle Anthony reminds us that being healthy doesn't mean being perfect, but rather means letting God be the Lord of our hearts and homes.