Your family life could be a result of your words. Author and blogger Tricia Goyer shares how words can set the course for your family's success.
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During this holiday season, we remember how Jesus came as a baby. Yet we forget what He needed to do to overcome His enemies. Here's some insight on how Jesus was vulnerable yet fulfilled His purpose.
If you are frustrated by the way your husband manages money, maybe it's time to take another look.
Ryan Hobbs counseled a couple that had marital problems. They said their communication was OK, but Hobbs discovered a key ingredient missing from their relationship.
Women were a key part of Jesus' outreach and ministry team. Here's how Jesus revolutionized the position of women.
If you think God is disappointed or mad at you, you might be wrong.
Being a stepmom, especially if you contributed to the break-up of your husband's former marriage, is painful. Dr. Linda Mintle has advice for stepmoms wading through the treacherous waters of building a blended family.
Are you living like a single in your marriage? Dr. David E. Clarke has taught marriage seminars for more than 26 years. Here's his advice.
Thanksgiving is powerful for prayer. Here's how being thankful can launch prayer in your life.
Our families are under attack by dark spiritual forces. Pastor Steve Gray calls you to take up arms and go on the offensive.
Are your kids driving you crazy? Author, blogger and mom Wendy Alsup has some insight on a lesson she learned from God that helped her with her children.
Your kids are all grown up, and you're wondering who you are now. Bishop T.D. Jakes has some advice on handling this transition with grace.
Have you ever told someone you would never be in the ministry or do a certain thing? And then years later you're doing the very thing you said you would never do? Here's blogger Ellen Stumbo's story.
When you shop for the holidays, you can give back to organizations that benefit small women-owned businesses around the world. Here are some unique, affordable gift ideas.
Is biblical womanhood slanted toward higher one-income households that are shrinking? With the increase of double-income households, where mom and dad have to work, where's the bridge between work and church?
Have you ever thought you were losing your identity? Ever wonder who you are as a Christian woman? Wendy Alsup can relate to this struggle. Here's an excerpt from her latest book, The Gospel-Centered Woman.
While men are growing mustaches in November and not shaving, Rave Ministries has kicked off a campaign for girls to focus on their inner beautyand it's gone around the world.
Speaker and author Devi Titus shares her advice for a stress-free holiday gathering.
Do you struggle with feeling sorry for yourself? Your circumstances may justify your self-pity, but God has a way out for you.
You can't age gracefully when aches and pains have taken over your life. Here's how to keep that from happening.