This article is adapted from Your Brain is Always Listening by Daniel G. Amen, MD. Part of our Mental Health Awareness Month book series.
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.
Do you want to give more to the graduates in your life than the usual card-and-cash gifts? While money is often helpful and appreciated (especially for students heading off to college!), encouragement and wisdom are pri
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.
Not sure how to celebrate those long-awaited May flowers? We’ve got you covered!
At last, the April showers have brought May flowers! Looking for some fun ways to embrace the season of blossoming and renewal? H
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T.I. Lowe is an ordinary country girl who loves to tell extraordinary stories and is the author of nearly twenty published novels, including her debut, Lulu’s Café, a number one bestseller.
The Divine Hours: Prayers for Spring by Phyllis Tickle
I have never read anything like this, nor was I raised, or am currently in a church tradition, where this would be commonplace.
Don’t forget to write a special note for Mom on Mother’s Day! In celebration of mothers everywhere, here’s a couple free printable cards (designed by yours truly)!
How often had I focused on the steps themselves—Which job should I take? Where should I live? What church should I attend?—instead of on the one who was leading me? Could I trust Jesus enough to follow his lead?