Why would a good God send anyone to hell? The answer might surprise you…

By far one of the most frequent questions I hear from the students I mentor is, “Why would a loving God send people to hell?” It really bothers and boggles a lot of them, and rightfully so. The [...]

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Three tips for mentoring teens

One of the hardest parts about growing up in a Christian home is dealing with doubt. My doubts about faith came early in my teens, and I can recall feeling like there must be something wrong with [...]

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Four alternatives to asking "How was your day?"

I didn't want to say it. I'd been down this road so many times, and I knew that it usually stalled at a dead end. But I could feel the words on the tip of my tongue, scrambling to get out of the [...]

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(Podcast) A friend tells you when you have spinach in your teeth

As three friends who work together, Becky, Kami and Steph talk about the ups and downs of real-life friendships, especially the challenges of balancing quality time with work, family, [...]

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(Podcast) What your infertile friend wishes you knew

Alright--we admit that at first you might think infertility is kind of a Debbie-Downer topic. BUT WAIT! We learned that one in eight couples struggle with infertility, which means there's a [...]

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(Podcast) Why cutting back on media is hard even when we know it's good

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5 challenges to disconnect from media and connect to each other

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(Podcast) What to do when "their" relationship seems better than yours

Do you ever look around and think, “Geez that couple is so great." And then, rather than feel warm and fuzzy. you feel...

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Love Lessons Learned from a Week of Cooking

I've always known that my wife is a rock star spouse and mom. What I didn't realize is how taking on one chore of hers for a week would cause me to better understand her. I've seen the same [...]

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My Husband and I Don’t Always Agree on Politics, and That’s Okay

There’s a saying, “If we both agreed on everything, one of us wouldn’t be necessary.”

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The united front of marriage

My husband and I are coming up on our three-year anniversary this week, which in my book makes us officially out of the honeymoon phase of marriage. (Couples who have kids might find that [...]

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