What habits or thoughts help you stay focused on your kids when you're with them?
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Whether you're just starting out with a new girlfriend or taking your wife of many years out, adding this element will help make the date memorable.
Men, this is one of the most important jobs God has given you. Here's what you need to do to succeed.
Here's how growing up in a home and family tainted by compulsive behaviors can affect someone in adulthood.
Akin to children on a long car trip, men often display the same impatience with God. Here's what the Scriptures instruct us about how we can W-A-L-K in patience every day.
Here are three P's that will help your wife feel much better about you, but only if your actions are sincere.
Getting involved in your child's sporting activities is a great thing for parents. But there are limits.
Fathers, you understand that your little girl is growing up. But, taking action against these issues could help lessen the chance of her engaging in sexual activity in her teen years.
Instead of giving them a material object, here are some important character traits you can pass down to your child.
If you're suddenly hit with tragedy, it's good to know that there is an alternative to trying to fix things our own way.
Do you know of any young men with an absent or neglectful father? Have you tried to make a difference in their life?
Middle-school Christian blogger Tiffany Sullivan has a few words of wisdom for parents that could make a huge impact on their home lives.
Everyone, it seems, has their prickly moments. But how many of these characteristics do you possess?
You just got saved, so now what? Here's the mission God has for you going forward.
Here's what a study at the University of Washington revealed about some Christian men who pledged sexual purity before marriage, and how they handled it after the wedding.
Are you caught in a vicious cycle of miscommunication with your spouse? These obstacles might be why your marriage is in trouble.
Man in the Mirror Chairman and Co-CEO Patrick Morley explains two biblical approaches to fending off the wiles of the devil.
In a follow-up to his recent article aimed at married women, Family First President Mark Merrill turns the tables and addresses married men.
Such a revelation may hit you like a ton of bricks. Here are some suggestions on how you should proceed with your marriage.
What do you think of these suggestions? Are they already a regular part of your life, or will you need to methodically weave them into your daily routine?