With the holidays coming up, there can be a lot of small talk over dinner with family or friends. This holiday season, what if you were able to connect with those you are celebrating with in a deeper, more meaningful way? What if there was a way to go deeper while still laughing and having fun? In this week's blog, Alisa Grace shares an experience that led their family to adopt this fun, meaningful new tradition into their the holiday celebration!
Dads play a vital role in a child’s development mentally, physically, and spiritually. And while fatherhood in itself may raise feelings of appreciation, resentment, or even regret, it is never too late to be fathered or be a father. In this candid blog based on her relationship with her own dad, Dr. Aundrea Paxton, Psy. D, breaks down three reasons why everyone needs a dad in their life, whether it is their biological father or someone else.
Relationships are hard work, and parenting is certainly no exception. Child psychologists say that ages newborn to six are extremely formative in a child's self-identity, making it critical to establish a healthy parenting philosophy early on. In today's podcast, Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explore the different seasons of parenting styles and offer practical ways to foster healthy relationships with your children.
With Mother's Day right around the corner, it seems only appropriate we commemorate mothers, and specifically mothers-in-law. Since a great deal of women will have the joy of becoming a mother-in-law someday, it's important to understand the delicate dynamic and new territory that comes with that special relationship. In today's post, Alisa Grace provides practical suggestions on how to become the best mother-in-law you always hoped you'd be.
Couples entering the "empty nest" stage have usually been married for a while and may be stuck in a relational rut. What are some ways to rekindle your marriage and bring some freshness back? In today's post, Alisa Grace discusses why this is the perfect opportunity to spice things up by getting reacquainted with each other again!
While doing ministry together as a family often brings many blessings, it can also bring stress. If left unchecked, that stress can become detrimental to a family. Guest bloggers, Dr. John and Leah Hutchison, have been in ministry for over 40 years. In today's blog post, they share some practical ways they've protected their family and home from unnecessary stress.
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