Bells will soon be ringing, and parents may experience déjá vu for the first several weeks of school. That’s because the early part of each new school year is commonly spent reversing the effect of “summer brain drain” – when kids lose skills they mastered the previous year.
If we’re in a boring marriage, the how-to’s and quick tips come quickly in an effort to shake things up. But is it really a sign of a problem? Should we be worried if we think our marriage is boring? Maybe boring marriages aren't such a bad thing.
Maybe a boring marriage is the sign of a beautiful marriage. Here are 8 reasons you might not have considered for why a boring marriage is beautiful.
We’ve all been asked questions that we have absolutely no idea how we’re supposed to answer, let alone on a kid-appropriate level. Spiritual preparedness is the only key to responding to the wacky, weary, out-of-bound inquiries pint-sized people can ask.
Planning a wedding can be super stressful, especially if the bride has no idea it’s even happening! Jeff and Esther have spent 10 beautiful years together and his surprise is a good indicator that there are many more to come.
Between sheltering-in-place, online learning and time away from friends, many children will need a little extra support as they head back to school this fall. Here are some tips to help you emotionally prepare your children to return to school with confidence, optimism and excitement.
As women, we are constantly pressured by social media, billboards, and even relationships to look a certain way. We know that our identity is found in Christ, but it doesn’t make the mirror any more forgiving.
Despite my struggles to be consistent, I have somehow developed a few non-negotiables as it relates to prayer. I am no theologian, just a woman who has needed God more than the very air I’m breathing. And just in case you need Him like that too, I’m passing on these suggestions in hopes that your personal prayer time will become a place of refuge...