If you are going to step into your daughter's life in a braver and bolder way than ever before, you will most likely be doing things you never thought possible.
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Have you ever thought of what God the Father-in-Law's expectations are for you in your marriage?
Which compliment will your wife most appreciate?
I want you to absolutely know that you can move from object to being and from surviving to living.
I've learned over the years that a one-size-fits-all parenting style is not the most effective.
When we take responsibility to address our emotional directives, we are more emotionally fit adults. My hope is that you decide to take this journey.
Anyone who has ever tried to do anything great has always come face to face with naysayers. Here's how to deal with them.
Your wife's soul is like a sponge. This is an important way you can fill it.
It's all about being there for her in the day-in and day-out routine that matters most.
Few fathers have been formally trained on mentoring others. Discover the basic strategies every father should keep in mind when discipling his children.
You think this temptation is on your side—until it kills you.
It's tough to know exactly how to respond, but the worst possible thing to do is nothing.
These thought patterns hinder you from experiencing true success—whether at work, at home or in your spiritual growth.
If you're not good at communicating, try these suggestions.
There is a battle going on inside you between your old, sinful nature and your new nature that comes from Christ. If you want to win this battle, you're going to have to follow these principles.
If you and I grow in the skill of understanding, we open up all kinds of opportunities to have a great marriage.
Jesus faced constant frustrations, but He never got irritated. Learn how to follow in His footsteps.
One of the many lies is that the grass is always greener on the other side. Discover the rest.
We all live under the negative labels people have assigned to us. Here's how to break that trend.
In attempting to motivate their kids, parents sometimes find themselves discouraging them instead. Here's how.