Dad, I just want you to be happy.
The book of Proverbs says, listen to your fatherâ€™s instruction and do not forsake your motherâ€™s teaching. But what about a stepfather or a stepmotherâ€™s instruction? Do you have to listen to that, too?
Kids with phones are a big deal! On FamilyLife Today, Jonathan McKee, author of over 25 books, helps parents understand the value of connection with their kids, concerns about their phones and some tips on how to talk about it all.
Hanna Seymour and Jaqueline Anderson Meza tell their stories of courtship and dating their husbands. Deepak Reju has some advice for singles who are lonely and dateless on a Friday night. Shaunti Feldhahn gives her perspective on the singles' landscape based on her research.
What you mean start one ourselves? Can we do that?
Are those leading the marriage ministry of FamilyLife the real deal? Get a closer look at the marriage of FamilyLife President David Robbins, and his wife Meg, as they discuss the ups and downs of learning how to work as a team.
Are you waiting to be wanted by someone you care about in your blended family? It's a hard reality for many in the early years. Listen to Ron Deal's conversation with Cheryl Shumake on how to persevere through the waiting during the wilderness years.
If the only time your kids see you worshipping God is at church on Sunday morning, then your kids are missing out on a rich experience that could bond your family on a soul-to-soul level. Don Whitney and Lauren Chandler talk about worshiping together with their families.
When wisdom calls or speaks do you listen?
Are spiritual disciplines really helpful, or just busy work? Justin Earley, author of "The Common Rule," says we all have habits we do without thinking. What would happen if we built habits into our lives that aligned our hearts with our Creator?
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.
Caution: Love without caution.