Marriage: 26 Years and One Day Later

By: Stephen McAlpine

Today I am fifty two years and two days old.

Today it is twenty six years and one day since Jill and I went on our first date.  That was one day after my twenty six birthday.

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A Dad who Loved with All His Heart!

By: Jenny Baxter

Rarely do we, as children, consider the protective, all-encompassing love our parents have for us. But one day I saw it happen as my cousin’s sudden death began some unusual activity at our house.

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Mr March – Are All Dads That Perfect?

By: Movies Change People

We recently had Father’s Day, and it’s a pretty fun day, according to all the TV ads, with BBQs, toolboxes and camping gear as gifts, and maybe a day out-of-doors in the perfect Spring weather.
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Supporting Someone with a Mental Health Challenge

By: yesHeis

According to the World Health Organisation, one in four of the world’s population will suffer from a mental health disorder at some stage of their life. Think about it! That’s a huge number of people.
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Our Dads Colour Our Relationship With God—But There’s Healing For That, Says Louie Giglio

By: Laura Bennett

Talking to someone about their relationship with their father isn’t an easy conversation, and not one you have too often. It can be really personal, and bring up tough memories, particularly if it’s a challenging one.
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6 Bad Habits That Will Seriously Harm Your Marriage

Guest post by: Gina Poirier

Evangelist David Wilkerson once said, “Love is not something you feel. It’s something you do.” Likewise, it’s the things you do (or don’t do) that can make your spouse feel unloved. Read more

You CAN be a Mother-in-Law Legend!

By: Jan Murray

While mothers-in-law often get a bad wrap in our culture, really all they want is the best for their kids. Mostly, they have their hearts in the right place. It’s not impossible! You can be a mother-in-law legend.

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Let’s Be Collaborators, Not Competitors!

by: Harriet Connor

As a mum, I know how easy it is to fall into the trap of seeing other mothers as competitors. When we meet another mum, we immediately start making comparisons; we want to know how we “rank” against her in different areas: our parenting, our appearance, our children, our cooking, our job etc.

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Is Loneliness A Sin?

By: Neri Morris

Anything that distracts us from God, causing us to doubt and seek comfort elsewhere is sinful. So if loneliness comes from a place where you have taken your eyes off God, does that make it a sin?

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