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Jack’s Butterflies. Freeing Families From The Cocoon Of Disease

By: Timothy Charles

You may never look at a butterfly in the same way after hearing Jack’s story. Jack Gates, the fourth of six children, was born with Ohtahara Syndrome in 2011 Read more

The Benefit of Adopting a Mantra

By: Duncan Robinson

I’ve been thinking a lot about goals, and how to achieve them. I’ve got a few this year. Read more

Great Fathers Make Time For Their Children

By: Robert Garrett

Time and money are two of life’s scarce resources. How a person spends those limited resources provides an interesting window into their real priorities. Read more

Why Your Dining Table Has Great Significance

By: Susan Sohn

A number of years ago my parents made the big decision to move from our farm and family home into our small, very quaint town. As many of you know, a move like this is huge. Read more

“Instant Family” a Funny, Touching Celebration of Adoption and Fostering

By: Laura Bennett

Diverse people gathering together around a common goal: it’s a sure-fire theme for a heartwarming film – and Instant Family is no exception. Read more

3 Keys to a Stronger Family

By: Brett Ryan

Family is where your heart is…….

What do you think when you hear the word “family”? Family can envisage many different experiences and emotions. Some pleasant, but for some, it is the opposite. Read more

10 Easy Traditions That Can Make Christmas Meaningful For Your Family

By: Dr Justin Coulson

Ok. I know. You’re not even sure if you should read this article. Christmas is already busy enough. Non-stop events, too much money spent, and frantic 15 km/h driving on jam-packed roads. Gah! Who wants more to do? Read more

7 Reminders for Task-oriented Parents

By: Cara Plett

You’re likely doing a good job taking care of your children. But how are you at being with them? Read more

Yvonne Griese – A Cross in Time: Where Does Our Faith Come From?

By: Laura Bennett

There’s a lot of conflicting emotions when your own habits start to remind you of your parents’. The horror of turning into an adult like them mixes with a sense of pride in the strength of your DNA. It’s excitingly tribal and depressing all at the same time. Read more

How I Dealt with the Flicker of an Old Flame

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By: Tricia Goyer

I worked at my desk, noting in the windowsill, a family photograph that warmed my heart. The “you’ve-got-mail” chime sounded, and I glanced at my email. Scanning the name, my heartbeat quickened. Steven. My first boyfriend. My first kiss. My first everything. I opened the email: Read more