My temptation is to give up and scrap family dinners completely; let the kids eat PBJ sandwiches in front of the TV while my husband and I hide in our bedroom eating bowls of cereal. This would certainly be the more peaceful route.
There’s certainly nothing wrong with wanting to take care of our bodies. The problem occurs when we’re no longer happy with who we see in the mirror and when we try to change ourselves. If digitally enhanced images and the media are not good places to find examples and representations of true beauty, where should we look?
We live in a world where late nights and early mornings validate our human struggle, where doing without physical or emotional sustenance equates with a personal suffrage of sorts. We pass the days telling ourselves when this project is over or this season is done, then we can rest - and we believe those lies.
Singleness is overwhelming, frustrating at times, intimidating, tiring, and very often isolating. There are many joys that come from living an independent lifestyle, too, but I often wonder if marriage would be harder than singleness, or if being on my own is actually as difficult as it daily can feel...
A young mom dies after giving birth to twins and doctors are saying it is because of COVID-19. Yet, her husband is inspiring so many with his unwavering faith by trusting God’s plan, even in the face of such a horrible tragedy.
Life is a series of milestones, and at each stage the financial protection of assets, dreams, and goals is important. Whether you are raising a family, moving to a larger home, or planning for college tuition payments and retirement, life insurance is an important consideration for protecting your family and assets
Meghan Gilbert endured years of bullying because of her weight. Cruel classmates even taunted her with nicknames like “Thunder Thighs” and “Jiggly Legs.” But then this 1 thing changed everything about Meghan Gilbert’s weight-loss journey. And she silenced her bullies with an amazing transformation!
Do you sometimes feel the world is fixated on dating and relationships and these fixations have also trickled into the church? As singles, we're flooded with advice on how to date and what to do to get a date.
But who's giving the advice? And does it mesh with our faith?