Resources in Family and Parenting

There are some things that life brings that alter your family forever. Our family faced one of those moments when I was nearing the end of my pregnancy with our fourth son. In a matter of minutes, we went from... Continue...

Parenting is hard, but learning how to parent as a white mom to black, white, and biracial children and discuss racial issues with them has been quite the journey. They are not naïve to the realities of living in a... Continue...

What would you say to a couple when adoption gets difficult? Jamie Ivey shares her thoughts.  Continue...

There are so many unknowns when you have kids. Whether you are biological parents, adopting, fostering, or even like me, babysitting someone else’s kids, you are regularly reminded that things are beyond your control. Kids get hurt; kids sin; you... Continue...

The world of relationships has been dramatically altered by social media, dating apps, and online dating sites. Furthermore, the sexual revolution clashes with a biblical understanding of sexuality and the meaning of relationships. Ben Stuart speaks at the ERLC National... Continue...

What I’m about to tell you is disturbing and painful. However, my goal isn’t to upset you, or really even to shock you. Rather, I want to use my experience to equip you so that you can better protect the... Continue...

Christmas is almost here! For many of us, the Christmas season is a wonderful time of reflection and spending time with family and friends. Most families also have traditions that they observe every year. Often, these traditions have been passed... Continue...

As we live in the tension between the Fall and the full restoration of all things, suffering is an undeniable fact of life. What comfort does the presence of God have to offer to the suffering family, and what does... Continue...

I should have never believed in marriage. Growing up, I was surrounded by hurting and broken marriages. My parents divorced when I was in kindergarten, leaving my mom to raise four children under eight. Most of my friends’ parents were... Continue...

The Christmas tree is up, our house is decorated, and my children are ecstatic about the holidays. ‘Tis the season for school holiday parties, company Christmas gift exchanges, and family gatherings. I can quickly feel the hustle and bustle attempt... Continue...