How do you know when to listen to your gut? Kathy Milans shares just how important that might be.
"I once had an 'out of control' teen brought to my counseling office by a Christian family. My first question to the parents was, 'Tell me the rules you have for your son in your home.' The parents looked like two deer mesmerized by car headlights. I knew that my work needn't be with the child in this family. My work was to teach the parents how to set healthy boundaries for their son." Are you seeking a healthier and more peaceful relationship with your children? Kathy Milans shares wisdom about the value of setting healthy boundaries.
I'm not a music video junkie, but after hearing this song, I had to check it out. I was spellbound as I watched such a poignant replication of a couple heading toward divorce. I assign homework to my clients. I knew exactly what to assign to this couple: go home and watch “Broken Together” on YouTube.
Fear is running rampant these days. Maxie Dunnam has timely advice.
What do you do when your heart is too heavy to sing? Michelle Marx discusses worship and how sometimes, it really is a sacrifice.
Sometimes we learn more from our kids than they learn from us. Sarah Damaska shares a pivotal lesson in hospitality she learned from her daughter.
Listen as Jeremy Steele sat down with Pete Grieg during the New Room Conference to talk about how to pray when you don't have words after a major disaster.
The 40 days of Lent are characterized by prayerfulness, repentance, fasting and outward acts of service. For many contemporary churches that are just beginning...
Looking back on 2016, do you feel like a colossal failure despite your best efforts? Kei Hiramatsu shares a different perspective that may help.
How large should your church be? Silly question, you say. Depending on your theology or worldview, you might add: * Large as possible! Bigger is better! *...