What could your legacy be to your family? Artists Blair and Shai Linne offer you-can-do-this ways to hand Jesus to the next generation.
Artists Blair and Shai Linne know the yawning gaps of living without a dad. Author of Finding My Father, Blair tells her story of fatherlessness.
What do kids need to know for real life success? Josh and Jen Mulvihill dive into vital life skills kids shouldn’t live without.
In parenting’s daily grind, are you losing sight of the end game? Josh and Jenn Mulvihill unpack skills for every child to learn to thrive in faith and life.
Feeling overwhelmed? Author Terence Chatmon offers three challenges for parents to raise spiritually alive kids.
Not sure how to answer? Michael Kruger, author of Surviving Religion 101 offers answers for tough questions.
Are your kids college-ready? Michael Kruger, author of Surviving Religion 101, examines how to prep teens for surviving religion—and keeping the faith.
Sho Baraka and his wife Patrice know the daily gauntlet of raising kids on the autism spectrum. God’s given them hope, tools…and a new way to love their sons.
Parenting their sons' autism, Sho Baraka and his wife Patrice felt blindsided—including a loss of dreams & sense of failure. But God met them in their shame.
Having little kids can mean a season of profound loneliness for young moms. Author Jennie Allen explores how to find community by doing life together.
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.”