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Parenting can seem overwhelming at times. However, the good news is that we are not alone in this great task. God partners with us in the character development of children.

A recent article titled, “12 Things I learned in My First 12 Months of Marriage” got David Baldwin thinking about what things someone might learn after 12 years of marriage. With his own marriage ending just shy of their 12th anniversary, he reflected and here shares helpful advice for young couples looking to build a strong foundation for their marriage.

The regular moments of our days can become holy moments when consecrated to the Lord. 

Do we want our children growing up learning about sex from culture, or from the church? In today's article, Kensi Duszynski makes a compelling case for playing an active role in the sexual education of children and teenagers in the church, and promises to follow up with 7 positive messages about sex that kids need to hear.

The Youth Ministry Collective is here—a place for youth pastors who believe that the love-driven, grace-filled theology of John Wesley is not just compelling, but is the most transformative way to understand the working of God in the world. Join other leaders in conversations about how this looks in youth ministry.

Same-sex marriage has quickly become the presenting moral issue that divides our culture. The US Supreme Court will soon offer a ruling on whether or not states can ban gay marriage. Read up on 7 facts related to gay marriage in today's article by Andrew Dragos.

So many blogs, books and marketing strategies have been written in the past decade about the weight that social media holds in our lives....

Love becomes powerful and passionate as we embrace the common struggles, learning to survive and wrestle through them. There is more love in the act of perseverance than avoidance. Being lucky is not the same as being loyal.

Happy Mother's Day. We thank God for the mothers who gave us life. In today's post, read a prayer for every kind of mother or person affected by motherhood. Also, enjoy the link to a PDF that reflects on the sensitive aspects related to motherhood.

What does it mean to practice Christian hospitality, and is this vision even possible the way some of our neighborhoods are sectioned? Benjamin J. Videtich shares personal stories that will surely challenge the way you imagine missional living in your own neighborhood.

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