Author Don Everts loves sharing God-stories with his kids at the table or on a drive. Grab ideas to make home a discipleship lab & grow what matters most.
What’s a spiritually vibrant home look like? The research might surprise you. Author Don Everts offers practical steps for a spiritually rich, robust family.
At the end of the day, someone has to lead with love. Author Cheryl Shumake takes on the challenge of loving before you’re loved as a stepmom.
Stuck between your hopes as a stepmom—and your reality? Author Cheryl Shumake gets it. If you’re wanting to be wanted, she knows it’s a battle you can win.
Bestselling author and counselor Gary Chapman offers wise tips to help you push through the insanity of raising teens—toward relational vitality.
Gary Chapman gets the rollercoaster of parenting teens. Grab his thoughtful ideas to help you evolve alongside your kids in a critical stage of development.
No one feels prepared for raising teens. But you can do this! Author Gary Chapman reveals “What I wish I’d known”—and ways to redefine your relationship.
Author Nicki Koziarz knows hard circumstances can leave you struggling with doubt as a Christian—and leave faith unrecognizable. What can you do?
“Please, God, no more hard things.” Author Nicki Koziarz knows what it’s like to be flooded with hopelessness when life is hard—and seek God there.
How do we define the roles in our household? Joe Rigney gives us insight by using an easy 3 sentence framework.
Curious about the story behind Lifemark, the latest movie by the Kendrick brothers? Stephen & Alex discuss the stunning true story behind the film.
Your potential impact on your grandkids can be monumental. Authors Larry Fowler & Tim Kimmel challenge you to grandparent with God’s heart for them.
Does leaning on God feel like more duty than delight? Author Jeff Norris offers habits for a lagging heart to find an undeniable, indispensable rootedness.
How do you get your marriage back to where it used to be? Author and former FamilyLife Today host Bob Lepine offers real strategies for the rough patches.
Is it hard for you to depend on people? Author Jennie Allen discusses friendship in marriage and community—the kind that says “lean on me.”