These suggestions will help you not only run a more peaceful household and have a better relationship with your daughters, but will also set a spiritual foundation.
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God created sex for the married man and woman. Shouldn't we treat it like the gift that it is?
What other activities would you suggest to other husbands that would be fun and enhance their friendships with their wives?
Here are some things that you should avoid if you don't want to start a quarrel with your wife.
Looking like a man and smelling like a man are all well and good, but doesn't the Word of God supersede such trivial characteristics?
How do we help our children understand how wrong violence is, while at the same time respecting our military, staying committed to protecting the innocent, and valuing the importance of self-defense?
At the end of your life, if your daughter had only one thing to say about you, what would you want it to be?
How have you succeeded in overcoming the differences or building bonds with a child who's very much unlike you?
In what ways are you pushing your spouse away? What steps are you taking to change?
Here's how the No Man Left Behind model can attract new men to your church and to its ministry for men.
Here are some honest, heartfelt things that girls—and grown women—are looking for from their fathers.
We all know God hates divorce. But when it does rear its ugly head, shouldn't we carry out God's love to those involved?
Here's why your faith is not only a privilege; it's also a responsibility.
This movie is going to have consequences on your children and how they view sex. You need to prayerfully address it.
The Bible doesn't give much information on dating, especially for this current culture. But here are some godly characteristics to aspire to.
If you're not normally given to public displays of affection—or to very little physical affection at all—here are some strong benefits simple kisses can bring.
With Valentine's Day upon us, how can you avoid these mistakes when it comes to your spouse?
On the eve of Valentine's Day, Pastor Mark Rutland pays a heartfelt tribute to his parents, who recently celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary.
It's an old saying, but it still holds true. It's not what you give, but what matters more is how much thought and care you put into a Valentine's Day gift.
If you're ready to kick it up a notch and daily invest in the heart space of your daughter, here is a decoder version of how girls understand and translate your responses to them.