How To Be The Family The World Notices (In A Good Way)

| October 21, 2014

By Tricia Goyer at Momlife Today On a recent business trip there are two families that stand out in my memory. One is a couple who sat down by me at the lunch table at the airport. “Why are you talkin’ to me?” The woman’s voice was nearly shouting as she glared at her husband. […]

Love Letters – The Art of Communication

| October 17, 2014

As I consider the perspective my children have on communication—surrounded as they are by a plethora of means of instantaneous connection with others, with information, and with entertainment—I realize that this inundation of connectedness in which it takes but the tap of a screen to feel at least superficially linked, is perhaps engendering, not deeper […]

Seduction And the Cost of Saying ‘No’

| October 16, 2014

Many of us have long been aware of the many seductions our culture offers which leads to the great seduction or who we’ll ultimately follow. But it bears repeating. Every Christian will face and have to deal with the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes and the pride of life in America and […]

The Good Marriage

| October 11, 2014

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The Sacred Walls of Home

| October 11, 2014

The benediction that falls upon the homes of a country is like the gentle rain that descends among the hills. A thousand springs are fuller afterward, and along the banks of a thousand streamlets flowing through the valleys the grass is greener and the flowers pour out richer fragrance. Homes are the springs among the […]

I Know You Love Me Mommy and Daddy

| October 9, 2014

Spread the spirit of love and gratefulness through this endearing Christian children’s book that families will enjoy for generations! “I Know You Love Me Mommy & Daddy is a delightful children’s book that reinforces God’s unconditional love that parents are to share with their children.” -Michelle Duggar (2 Cor. 12:9) Mother of TLC’s 19 Kids & Counting […]

We’re All Just Women… Ordinary, Everyday Kinda Women.

| October 9, 2014

By Deborah over at Building A Family That Will Stand We can’t do it all in our own strength.  We simply can’t. From time to time, I’ve had someone or another tell me how wonderful I am, what an example to others, that I have it all together.  Makes me cringe. Every…single…time. I’m so well aware of […]

Husbands, Hold Your Wife’s Hand

| October 8, 2014

It is both awkward and encouraging the feedback I have received over the past few years for the writing I have done during my beloved’s illness, homegoing, and absence. I especially rejoice when I hear that the things I have written have served another in a time of hardship. It remains my intention to use […]

Theology which Confronts the Sexual Revolution and Moral Upheaval

| September 23, 2014

By Albert Mohler Western society is currently experiencing what can only be described as a moral revolution. Our society’s moral code and collective ethical evaluation on a particular issue has undergone not small adjustments but a complete reversal. That which was once condemned is now celebrated, and the refusal to celebrate is now condemned. What […]

6 Reasons to Study Theology

| September 19, 2014

By Jen Thorn at Christianity.com When theology is mentioned in a circle of women I have often found the response to be less than enthusiastic.  Mention books on homemaking, marriage or parenting, on the other hand, and everyone seems interested. Why is that? I have heard comments like, “I’m just not smart enough”, “I will leave the […]

Mentoring 101 – The Titus 2 Role Explained

| September 18, 2014

From the Christian Pundit “Mentoring is so American,” a friend from another country told me. We were talking about older women mentoring younger women, and she had a different take on it than most people around me. “Where I’m from, people would never do it. They just take part in the life of the church […]

The slow, tentative return of women’s lost sense of sexual honour

| September 16, 2014

Something in our nature craves the constraints that produce the rewards an honour code confers. A recent editorial in Canada’s National Post informs us that many indicators, such as a dramatically diminished interest in topless bathing in France, the bellwether of female sexual liberation, point to a return of relative conservatism in women’s attitudes to sex. In North […]

7 Important Things Slate Misses In Its Attack On Home-Cooked Meals

| September 5, 2014

Editor’s note: We’re not advocating feminism with this piece. I suppose that is obvious but just in case you are new here, to point number 4, no feminism at all is a dandy solution. Amanda Marcotte, a feminist who blogs at Slate’s XX, wrote an article headlined “The Tyranny of the Home-Cooked Family Dinner.” You […]

The Boundaries of a Wise Heart

| September 4, 2014

“You have to demand respect!” These words, uttered passionately into my cellphone earlier this week, have driven me from blog-hiding to write about a topic that is near and dear to my heart these days (quite largely because of that passionate conversation): boundaries and respect in male/female relationships. Respect may seem an odd topic for […]

Courtship for the fatherless generation: how to get on the right track?

| August 20, 2014

From our  “For the Unmarried” Archives Kelly, over at ‘Families against Feminism’, wrote a series of posts about courtship (no longer available). Kelly’s posts are always so interesting, and this subject touches my heart so deeply in particular, that I feel I simply must expand a bit about my experience. What comes in your mind when […]