My last few years of ups, downs, and dreams fulfilled.
Demands and struggle have spread us thin and worn us out. No matter where we live or how old we are, our spirits hear the original Eden whisper its rhapsodic song and urge us to long for its return.
As we remember 9/11, let us believe that our nation can be better. Black author releases book trailer for Culture Changers.
Our kids need to experience reconciliation with their siblings, their friends and we all need this skill in our world today.
God showed me that my peace and joy was being dictated by the behavior of other people.
Paul and Bettina Stevens share their story of raising adopted, special needs, international children and why they started a support group.
For Father’s Day, I decided to ask Doug questions about his journey as a father. You can watch the video here. Because our children span 20 years, it’s interesting to look back at who we were then–in the 1990s, and who we are now–adults in our fifties trying to parent both young adults and two …
I didn’t want to wake up, but the bird outside wouldn’t shut up. I’d reached an emotional low and I needed a proven solution that would help me.
HOPE. It’s a waste. Fickle. Flimsy. At least that’s what I used to think. Hope wasn’t the rugged, mighty, power-releasing faith that I read about in the Gospels and the book of Acts. As I read through the gospels, Jesus never said much about hope. Faith yes, hope, no. For much of my life, (until …