THE OLD TIMERS' ROCKING CHAIRby R. Jamerson
Vickie continued to rock back and forth in her chair. Closing her eyes she remembered many years of life as a family here. John died about two years ago. Since then it had been a very lonely place.
Feeding the Soul of Your Childby Sara Daigle
Mothers, whatever we are taken with is the atmosphere we release into the world around us. Our kids know whether we are full of religion or have a dynamic relationship with Christ. Either we draw them in, or push them away.
How to Keep Your Kids Out of Jailby Sara Daigle
Nowadays, many kids are raised to do what feels good more than to do what's best. Let's take a fresh look at how to mold a toddler's heart toward becoming a teen of no regret.
Jesus...I Amby Richard L. Provencher
Jesus came to share His Essence. This story is revealing the thoughts which may have crossed His mind as he strode forth to complete His mission.
A Lesson In Forgivenessby Kathleen Curry
On Mother's Day, a woman is at her wits end with her sons and their behaviors, her youngest was just arrested for pot. She drives off in a temper only to meet a sheriff deputy or an angel who helps her cut the the source of her frustration.
Unknown Loveby Sylvia Hensel
One cannot imagine the depth of instantaneous love a mother feel the moment she sees her new born baby
Dolls on a Shelfby Kathleen Curry
In many families parents, as they age, become somewhat irrelevant. Their children love them, but see dated people with dated ideas. So just what do children do with their parents once they are grown?
A Moment With Motherby Shari Weigerstorfer
'A Moment With Mother' tells of a daughter and aging mother who are briefly mentally and emotionally reconnected. It's about last wishes and the One we have always trusted to make them come true.
The Value Of Dadsby Cate Russell-Cole
No matter what form of family you are in, by choice or circumstance, kids still need dads. This article explores why from a psychological and personal point of view.
What Kind of Man Should a True Father Be?by Bruce Huff
This poem is dedicated with heartfelt love to my earthly father,
Rev. Eugene Huff.
He has been and continues to be my friend, my teacher, my counselor,
And the true example of the kind of man a Godly Father should be.
DEFEAT DIVORCE? MARRIAGE SECURITY BEGINS WITH.by Eugene Lopatynsky
"If you want peace, prepare for war". Ever hear that? This applies double to marriage. More than half of the nation is divorced and nobody prepared ahead for disaster? There isn't much left us to defend ourselves with. Still, defense of marriage begins by (A) fallowing defensive stratagems LONG BEFORE MARRIAGE, followed by (B) defensive planning during marriage with (C) special program to defend the kids.
Who said, "when you tie the knot, don't tie it around your neck"?
The Effects on Adult Children of Divorceby stephanie reck
The divorce of one's parent's is generally one of the most painful events in life. The adult child can reasonably expect to go through a grieving process, even if they are aware of a history of marital discord. Research indicates that divorce is life's second highest stressor, second only to death of a loved one. Healing and recovery for adult children of divorce (ACOD) does not happen overnight, it can take years; and their recovery process has been compared to that of a recovering alcoholic.
God's Sparrowby louis gander
Then, when it had finished, it flew out of sight -
and it left a message, quite brutal, but right -
when I heard, "You're fake - a great imitator,
forgiven by God, your Maker, Creator."
Relationships Matter Mostby RobertLincoln Hancock
C.S Lewis, a world class novelist said, "God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts to us in our pain..." Family disintegration, absenteeism and the digital pseudo substitute fillers are taking an incalculable and generational toll on the health and well-being of this generation and those to follow.