What do you do when your son or daughter rejects your faith and embraces beliefs or behaviors that you know could be harmful?
Whether you’ve recently had a new baby, are counting down to your due date or preparing to adopt, you’ve likely noticed that parenthood is an entirely different world.
Achieving the long-term goal of raising and launching children is one of those milestones in life that can lead to surprising emotions.
Does someone you love seem to be self-destructing in addictive behavior? Are you watching a spouse, son or daughter abandon
everything once important to them because of drugs, alcohol, sex or some other stimulant?
In this passage, we’ll look at what the apostle John was experiencing at the time he received this revelation and draw encouragement from the reality that your environment isn’t everything when you’ve given everything to God.
Which route is best—domestic adoption, international adoption, or foster care? With so many significant factors to consider, where do you start?
The name of this book alone probably brings certain images and questions to your mind. Together, we will learn how to live in response to the better day that’s coming.
Deployment is tough on the entire family even in the best of circumstances. Hardship is part of what makes the sacrifice of armed services members and their families such an honorable calling.
“Did you ever notice how ‘The Brady Bunch’ got just about all their stepfamily challenges worked out in the first episode?”
“When are you going to have kids?” This common question carries much pain when your heart’s desire has not been realized.