It’s a common scenario, we’ve all seen it and many of us are trying to manage it – a whole family at dinner, and everyone is on a device. Join us today as we discuss how to balance the risks and benefits of screen time, while fostering a close, Christ-centered[…} Read more….
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Join us today as they discuss Postpartum Depression and how women involved in a faith community may have additional stressors that prevent them from seeking help. Voicing the struggle and depression that sometimes come along with a new baby can seem to imply that you are overlooking the joy in[…} Read more….
Now that we’re full into summer, join Paula and Eleni today as they continue their discussion on balancing work and play, while adding in private time for our own sanity and even time for our marriage. There are some basic tools to help create intentionality in how we prioritize our family’s[…} Read more….
School’s out for summer! Now what do we do…how do we balance kids, work, home and activities? Join us today as we discuss how to make summers with your kids count. We’ve got ideas on how to take advantage of the opportunity summer gives to spend more quality time with[…} Read more….
Join us today as we discuss the role of fathers in the faith life and spiritual development of children. Overwhelming evidence shows that when a Christian father attends worship service on a regular basis, the rest of the family follows, thus confirming the essential role of the father as spiritual[…} Read more….
Join Paula and Eleni today as they discuss the role of motherhood and what constitutes being a single mother, or single parent. Together, they will address the importance of seeing the opportunities and resources that God gives us such as our priest, the Church, and our extended family, as we raise our[…} Read more….
As a Christian, the most important thing we want to teach our children is Jesus’ love, but how do we ensure our children learn His love? Reading Bible stories to your children, role playing, talking about creation, praying together, and enlisting the help of others are all great ways to ensure[…} Read more….
Has someone ever hurt you so deeply by misunderstanding you? Did you feel like their anger and their venom invaded your space? You work hard at keeping your peace about you and asking forgiveness. But nighttime comes and you find yourself ruminating over the situation, replaying the ill feelings the[…} Read more….
What you value is what you’ll have in your life… Values are the ultimate boundaries of your marriage. The values of your relationship become like the frame of a house. They give it shape. Values: They form it, they protect it, the give it a place to grow. Recommend on[…} Read more….
Most quarrels are really not about “the what” that is being presented …there are deeper, hidden issues that fuel these conflicts and make them far more intense and hurtful than they would otherwise be. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ “Pick-me, please pick me…” That nagging heart-wrenching thought when teams were being picked on the playground[…} Read more….
We are pleased to introduce the first part of our new series, which excerpts pieces from our upcoming seminar series for married couples, scheduled for 2016. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ When Christ is invited into the heart of your marriage, a new family is created. The first ripple is: your home, your marriage, and[…} Read more….
After returning home from a very enriching and blessed weekend at the family retreat for single mothers and their children, I spoke to all of our parents. One of the beautiful mothers told me that the littlest of our family members (for we all became family in the body of Christ),[…} Read more….