Where do your children go to find the answer to the question, "What's my value?"
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Are you struggling in your marriage? How have you overcome big disputes in your marriage?
It may be difficult to get everyone together at the table, but with a little extra effort and these suggestions, you might find it well worth it.
Research shows that more than 40 million Americans regularly view porn. Here is why it can wreak so much havoc on a marriage and family.
What do King Solomon and the recently released movie The Song have in common? Family First President Mark Merrill tells us.
Bert Farias, co-author of My Son, My Son, with his son Daniel, talks about the book and why it is a must-read for all fathers and sons.
Do you find yourself being too hard on your children at times? Do your children fear you?
Do you really listen to your wife? Here's why poor listening skills kills intimacy.
What are some things you think are important to remember when your spouse annoys you, or you annoy your spouse?
What are some effective ways you resolved trust or insecurity issues in your own marriage?
If religion is such a big part of our lives, why isn't it making more of an impact on our society?
When was the last time you considered the maintenance needed in your regular life?
Are you like the character in the popular television show, or are you like Jesus when it comes to making life decisions?
There are several ways to do this and produce the desired results. But one method is most effective.
While being a mom or dad can be frustrating at times, here are some things that make it all worthwhile.
How do you deal with your children if they are constantly stretching the truth? Here are some solid suggestions.
The love of money, not money itself, is rooted in evil. So, what are things you can give up for a better family life?
It's the ladies' turn. What are some of the unreal expectations you've had with your spouse?
The case of former NFL player Ray Rice should make every man stop and think about the subject of domestic violence and why it is so wrong on so many levels.
What are some of the unreal expectations you've had with your spouse, or they've had with you, that have created struggles? How have you dealt with them?