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A Meditation for the Followed

Rick Langer - June 14, 2016

While there are many ways that a father leads, one of the most important is in being a role model – leading by example and modeling a life for his children to adopt. As a father, it is inevitable that you will be followed. Read this blog for Rick Langer's insights on how to walk as the followed.


5 Ways to connect during your next vacation

Willa Williams - June 7, 2016

Summer is just around the corner! That means (hopefully!) a more relaxed schedule, more time for leisure activities, and the opportunity for a vacation/stay-cation. Vacations are a wonderful time to be able to relax, and to reconnect with each other, with family and friends alike. Here are some suggestions to help you in being intentional about connecting in ways that will build your relationship.


When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages (Pt. 2)

Tim Muehlhoff - May 31, 2016

In Part 2 of this series on evil, pain and suffering, Tim addresses the difficult question: why would God even allow the possibility of evil and suffering? It is in this world of pain and evil that we—Christian and non-Christians alike—seek to cultivate flourishing marriages. What’s hard for followers of Christ is that God doesn’t always protect us, or our marriages from suffering. 


4 Ways Culture Impacts Relationships Pt. 1

The Art of Relationships Podcast - May 25, 2016

Culture is the backdrop by which we do relationships. For the next 2 podcasts, we're going to tackle what we think are the 4 biggest cultural factors that tend to impact our marriages, families, kids and everybody. Listen to discover how culture influences your quality of interpersonal communication as well as your levels of satisfaction within relationships.


When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages (Pt. 1)

Tim Muehlhoff - May 17, 2016

To be human is to wrestle with the reality of evil. It can be deeply discouraging to couples that while in the midst of following Christ God doesn’t seem to protect or provide. Rather than running from difficult questions, we should face them. The question isn’t what should we do if our marriage, family, or friends encounter pain, or sorrow? Rather, what should we do when pain occurs? Read part 1 of this series on evil, pain and suffering.


17 ways to make your kid's day

Alisa Grace - May 10, 2016

Raising children is a difficult, but rewarding task. As a parent, you already work hard and sacrifice much to care for your children. But in this culture of busyness, it is important to take the time to connect with your children and be intentional about building a relationship with them. Read this blog for some simple but effective ways to express love to your kid and make him or her feel special on an ordinary day.


Is your college student stressed out?

Alisa Grace - April 26, 2016

If you are the parent of a college student, or perhaps you minister to one, you need to know that students’ stress levels increase significantly this time of year. Read this blog to find out 6 reasons why your college student is stressed out and how you can help.


No ring by spring?

Michele Fleming - April 19, 2016

If you spent the holidays watching your friends get engaged, you might be having some mixed feelings about being the only one without a new shiny ring. You’re happy for your friends, but when you are not dating or your relationship is not moving to the next step, it can be hard not to feel some jealousy.  Read more for 4 ways to make it through the wedding season. 

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