Building A Healthy Home

July 29, 2019
By Focus on the Family

It’s easy to take a healthy home for granted — whether you’re part of one or wish you were. They don’t just happen, though. Healthy homes are built (and rebuilt!) […]

Dealing With Elder Care Burnout

May 29, 2019
By Focus on the Family

The aging population here in the U.S. has widespread impact. If you aren’t already among the many who provide emotional, financial, or physical support for parents or grandparents, you’ll be […]

Signs of Drug Addiction

April 16, 2019
By Focus on the Family

From the expanding legalization of marijuana to the ongoing headlines about the opioid crisis, drug abuse and addiction are incredibly widespread. In fact, there’s a good chance this issue has […]

Raised To Glory

March 21, 2019
By Geremy Keeton

Easter is the sacred season of celebrating the greatest event in all history, whether earthly or heavenly, human or divine.  The power of Christ’s resurrection – and our resurrection to […]

Teamwork in Marriage

February 28, 2019
By Focus on the Family

How good are you and your spouse at functioning as a unit? To what extent does the concept of teamwork figure into the mechanics of your relationship? It’s a question […]

Marriage in the Second Half of Life

January 30, 2019
By Focus on the Family

February is Valentine’s Month – a time to focus on the wonders of love, romance, and marriage.  For obvious reasons, these themes usually conjure up images of young, vibrant, fresh-faced […]

The Joy of Giving

December 21, 2018
By Focus on the Family

Christmas is the season of giving – of passing out presents, throwing parties, and expressing warm wishes for peace on earth and goodwill to all. But what happens when the […]