What advice would a veteran mother give to a young wife who is considering having a child? Marilyn Elliott reflects on motherhood and some of the true feelings of real mothers on Mother's Day.
How can you help your students make a difference? Chasity Opphile shares ways to teach them how to fight human trafficking.
Why do we need to pray for our needs and the needs of others when God already knows about it? Patricia Taylor shares wisdom about prayer and intimacy with God.
Do you want to get the most you can out of this Lenten season? Winfield Bevins shares 10 ways to make Lent come to life for your family discipleship.
Is your mind plagued with nagging questions that won't go away? Do you long for answers that never seem to come? Patricia Taylor shares about letting go of one crippling question, and why you should ditch it too.
Asking the right questions can help you foster discussion and excitement for learning in your children. Rebecca Rutherford shares helpful tips for creating your own "wonder questions" to help facilitate discipleship in the home.
How should I talk with kids about racism? When are they old enough? Kathy Milans shares helpful wisdom on developmental stages and how adults need to talk about and model healthy views on race and relationships.
Children learn best by the hands-on work of play and journeying through everyday life. Marilyn Elliott shares a teachable experience she had with her kids. When their pet hamster died, she used the experience to help them understand what happens when a loved one passes away.
How does a person end up with a distorted image of God? Heather Celoria offers wisdom regarding how one might end up with distorted images of God and the difference between leading and controlling.
For most Christians, missionaries seem exotic and mysterious. What do they do, really? Hollie Wells invites us into her ordinary family's story of how God called them to be a missionary family to the Roma people in Bulgaria.