Being a mom doesn't mean you need to be perfect.
Whether you're dealing with anger, bitterness, depression, financial worry, marriage problems, anxiety, child-rearing issues or any other emotional malady, the common refrain you may hear goes something like this: "You should talk about it with a trusted counselor."
Happy Easter! Here's where to celebrate the Good News!
Faith - find it, cultivate it, use it.
"What love's got to do with it" - everything!
Meet local pastors and find Christmas services that are a perfect fit.
How an "attitude of gratitude" can change your life - for the better.
Do you need your GPS updated? Learn about God's Positioning System.
What to do when doubt creeps in, plus a way to find real purpose.
What to do when the heat is on and keeping the faith is a struggle.
Happy Father's Day, Dad! A reflection in honor of daddies everywhere
How can Valentine's Day inform our Faith? Well, it starts with being a good neighbor...
Resolutions that really matter will make 2014 the best year yet.
Every time I walk into Trader Joe's, one of the first things I notice is the rack of greeting cards. They have the coolest cards there. Birthday cards, holiday cards... almost all are hilarious. And whatever time of year it is, there are always lots of thank-you cards. Those are the ones that get me thinking.
Parenting is the most important job in the world - especially when it comes to developing your child's character.
In the Bible, Jesus told a story about two men who built two homes. They may have been built at the same time and close together. They might have even had the same floor plan. One of the builders built his home on shifting sand, while the other built his on a stable rock foundation.
Have you ever used the phrase, "too good to be true?" It's common enough, so the chances are high. Maybe you married the man or woman of your dreams, landed your dream job, or have the best kids in the world. Too good to be true.
What is the key to a better 2013? This New Year's Resolution reflection will change the way you think about every resolution, every year, for the better.
Gratitude and Halloween Under the Big Top
Sometimes we get so caught up in the day-to-day worries - work, relationships, children, finances - that it's easy to get discouraged and lose sight of the bigger picture.