Ten ideas to help keep you sane during the exhausting, overwhelming years with young children.
I saw God's plan for marriage first hand as I walked my daughter down the aisle.
Enhance your husband's self-worth by discovering—and doing—what pleases him.
As we raised our six children, Barbara and I had many opportunities to train them to get along with each other.
It’s important to learn God’s view on children.
The greatest shield of protection we can provide for our children is prayer.
Communication struggles need to be identified before they can be repaired.
Sons need the model of maleness that they can best find in their father.
The only quality time that you will enjoy with your daughter is what flows from the quantity of time you invest with her.
The constant love of a mother becomes a bedrock of security for her children.
Kids may be resilient, but divorce does serious damage to them.
Like soldiers, we are called to do our duty even when the storms of life tempt us to abandon our posts.
Creative ways to express love and appreciation to the special dads in your life.
When you are searching for the person who will join you in building a lifelong marriage, what really matters is character.
Advice from couples who have been married over 50 years
Here's some practical, counter-cultural advice on how to make marriage work.
In a world where life hits us hard at every turn we all long for a soft spot with arms that hold, eyes that embrace, and a heart that loves us in spite of ourselves–forever
It's time to realize our marriage vows are a covenant—a solemn oath made by a husband and wife to each other and to God. Here are some ideas for making a covenantal commitment a reality in your marriage.