Can domestic abuse be found in Christian homes too? Absolutely, states Pastor Justin Holcomb. A desire for power and control over someone else is at the root of domestic abuse, Justin says.
Domestic abuse is ravaging our homes. Pastor Justin Holcomb defines the meaning of domestic violence and shares a little about his wife’s experience growing up with an abusive father.
How does it feel when one of your divorced parents remarries? Shannon Simmons and Lauren Reitsema share the stories of their blended family experiences.
Kevin Thompson encourages husbands and wives to give the intimate part of their relationship the attention it deserves. Wise spouses make sure to give their partners the best of themselves in the bedroom.
Do you think of your spouse as a business partner? Kevin Thompson believes husbands and wives are more than partners in marriage. Being partners is about how we can make our dreams come true together.
Kevin Thompson challenges couples to think of their relationship in three categories: friends, partners, and lovers. Thompson shares some fun, practical ways a couple can build their friendship.
Emeal Zwayne joins Hannah Leary, winner of the inaugural National Bible Bee Game Show, to talk about the 10th anniversary of the National Bible Bee.
Hosea could have left his adulterous wife, Gomer, but chose instead to illustrate the extravagant love of God by continuing to pursue her. Bryan Loritts points out where we fit into the story of Hosea.
God called the prophet Hosea to marry the prostitute Gomer. Pastor Bryan Loritts walks us through the biblical account that illustrates how counter-cultural true love really is.
Nancy Houston encourages those involved in marital infidelity due to porn or a sexual affair, that healing is possible if you're willing to do the hard work.
Jen Wilkin explains how our children's possessions, entertainment, friends—entire lifestyle—should display Christ in sharp contrast to the unbelieving world around them.
Emerson Eggerichs explains that one compelling desire of a mother is to connect to her son, and she can do that by what she says and how she says it.
Jen Wilkin explains how children raised to be followers of Christ should do and say things differently from their unbelieving peers.
As followers of Christ, we are aliens—this world is not our home. Jen Wilkin introduces five areas in which our children can display their allegiance to God's kingdom.
Emerson Eggerichs, along with author Ron Deal, share practical ways for moms to relate to and honor their sons. Even when upset, moms need to continue to speak respectfully.