“We don’t always recognize it as such, but kindness is an attribute of love.
When we habitually remember the good, acknowledge that everyone around us is fully human, listen well to those with opposing viewpoints, maintain reasonable expectations, avoid blame or the need to be right, and allow o
Defining and enforcing boundaries doesn’t have to be scary or confusing. Much like our emotions, when boundaries are healthy, they give us important signals about how to protect ourselves and love people well.
This article was adapted from Hope Always: How to Be a Force for Life in a Culture of Suicide by Matthew Sleeth, MD.
Here are twelve ways that you can encourage someone who is feeling depressed or suicidal.
“What does it take to build a marriage that will last?”
By Isabella Graunke
These days, there are countless marriage resources at our disposal—conferences, podcasts, YouTube channels, books, and more
No matter how good our cause, when our conversations are tinged even with a hint of superiority, exclusivity, or self-righteousness, we weaken our collective immune system and become vulnerable to the cancer of division
If you find yourself feeling lonely this Valentine’s Day, don’t beat yourself up. The truth is, we are made for relationship, for companionship, for intimacy.
As followers of the one true King overall, we should seek to honor each other no less, to love each other no less, and to expand God’s dominion and rule no less through all we do in our marriages.
We often don’t know what to say or do, because no words or deeds will erase the pain or undo the loss.
The path to addiction is often incremental, and the path to recovery is equally so.
By Brad Johnson
Experts estimate that one in 10 US adults have had a drug use disorder at some point in their lives.