Do You Respect Your Teen?

March 30, 2021
By Focus on the Family

Parents of teens have a high (and hard) calling: Help them become adults. Depending on the day, we might give in to every whim because we don’t want a battle, […]

Lament

February 28, 2021
By Katie Stabbert

This past year with the pandemic, being quarantined, and social and political unrest, we often struggle to make sense of daily life. As believers, we read 1 Thessalonians 5:18, which […]

Finding Peace in a Time of Strife

January 28, 2021
By Barry Levy

Many of the symptoms that bring people to the Meier Clinics may be described as a lack of peace: interiorly, relationally, and globally.  We at the Clinics have heard many […]

Aftershock: 4 Steps Forward

January 27, 2021
By Focus on the Family

If you’ve discovered that your spouse is viewing pornography—maybe over years of your marriage—you likely feel as if your world is crumbling. The sense of betrayal can seem overwhelming. You […]

When You Can’t Find Your Space

December 28, 2020
By Focus on the Family

In her book Chosen for Christ*, Heather Holleman describes having dinner with a tight-knit family: At this table, besides me, were grandparents, two teen brothers, a father and mother, and […]

Tips for Coping with the Holidays

November 30, 2020
By Bradley Kahle

The holidays bring excitement and joy for many people.  Celebrating the birth of our Lord gives us joy and peace and we look forward to new year ahead with hope.  […]

How to Weather Soul Drought

November 30, 2020
By Focus on the Family

In northern India, the gap between winter snowmelt and springtime glacier melt makes agriculture almost impossible. The paradox? There’s not a shortage of water, but the water isn’t available at […]