Toxic masculinity, the new term in vogue powering today’s cultural discussion, is concerning. The answer certainly cannot be vilifying masculinity.
At first I found the KonMari tidying method to be humorous. But my husband says it’s attractive to him when I clean and organize our home.
The Gillette ad is just the latest in a series of negative narratives featuring men.
Donna Reish wanted to make her father’s seventieth birthday extra special.
Whatever problems may develop, my commitment is to do whatever it takes to help my parents, respect them, and honor them.
As a stepgrandparent, you can be an important and influential role in the family with a little grace and wisdom.
Over 25 years of marriage have taught my husband and me how to adjust to each other’s families.
Taking care of our elderly parents is a journey into the character of Christ.
When it’s necessary to confront and correct someone, do it in a way that puts a priority on the relationship.
It’s hard not to have control, and one thing that we can’t ever determine is what lies ahead.
Your grandchildren need you. Do not abandon them.
We need to be grandparents who focus on what matters, on what lasts.
As a grandparent, do you realize you are second only to the parents in your potential to impact your grandchildren spiritually?
At the Atlanta Mission, men are learning from the Stepping Up video series that the first step to transformation is a willingness to change.
As grandparents, we’ve been given a wonderful opportunity to influence our grandchildren.
On July 4, 1776, 56 men stepped up to pass a resolution that would cost many of them greatly in the years to come.
Hardly a day goes by when I don’t think of my mother and my mother-in-law and the influence they had on my life.
Thirty years after his mother’s death, Rob Smith found an unusual way to honor her.
The key to powerful manhood is taking responsibility for the field assigned to you.
When I hear stories like this, I realize that the commandment to honor our parents is far more important, and far more powerful, than most of us realize.
I know the power of community and I know the emotions of walking this journey alone.
Three essentials to sharing the kind of covenant love that Ruth and Naomi had.
The story of Mary of Nazareth illustrates that true identity is not found in a job, a spouse, a child, a position, or a possession.
Our culture today has influenced many women to see themselves solely in the context of how they look.
Something good that God has placed within every male remains unreleased in most men.
I am not perfect. Let’s both assume that the other is doing the best she can.
Modern women face tremendous challenges, and we need the same wisdom the book of Proverbs offered to ancient women.
Jesus wants you to discover in Him what will truly satisfy your soul.
Consider how you can honor your parents with more than just a store-bought card or gift.
It really is possible to have a personal, consistent relationship with God by making these three practices a priority.
Let’s call men to being relationship investors—guys who protect the weak, bring out the best in others, and love unconditionally.
We need men who will say “no” to more bucks when it means sacrificing our families. A new breed who will ask the question, “How will this affect my family?”
Tribute to Art and June Lindstrom, written by their daughter, Janet Logan.
On the 70th anniversary of D-Day, “FamilyLife Today” co-host recalls his father’s service and sacrifice in World War II.
When I think of Dalcie Rainey, I hear her contagious laughter and smell cheeseburgers sizzling in the kitchen.
The process of forgiving my dad wasn’t easy, but our relationship is now a trophy of grace and reconciliation.
As grandparents we don’t just have to sit around hoping that our grandchildren will receive a spiritual inheritance.
Manhood requires us to put the lure of adolescence behind us, face upward, and step up.
Some of the best memories of a marriage are made when your children are born.
It’s not easy to honor someone who has hurt you so deeply. The natural tendency is to repay evil for evil and seek retribution.
Marriage can reveal the damage of the past, but these biblical steps can help you change your heart and forgive your parents.
If you have a difficult relationship with an adult brother or sister, you are not alone.
Dennis Rainey and co-host Bob Lepine interviewed Byron Yawn about his new book What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him.
Dr. Howard Hendricks had a tremendous worldwide influence during a lifetime of serving Christ.
Many couples start off wrong and are then burdened with poor in-law relationships for years. It will take faith to develop positive in-law relationships.
Make a commitment to help your spouse honor his or her parents.
A key to experiencing freedom and joy is to replace lies with the truth of God’s Word.
Our unleashed words can be every bit as damaging and destructive as any other kind of aggressive outburst.
Having in-laws is not always the easiest part of marriage, but it’s one of the best and most unexpected blessings.
Six suggestions that will help you nurture these delicate relationships.
Like soldiers, we are called to do our duty even when the storms of life tempt us to abandon our posts.
My father showed me that being a man involves taking responsibility for your choices, for your family, for your community, and for the next generation.