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April 23, 2018

The Problem with Finding Fault in Your Spouse

Two amazing people were struggling in their marriage. In desperation, they went to see a therapist. He told them to go home and each spend the week until their next visit creating a list of frustrations with their partner. He promised to help them discuss those frustrations at their next appointment. Even with the intent to resolve those issues, here is the problem with looking at your spouse that way.

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The Myth of Invisible Motherhood

We live in a world that tells us our worth is found in external achievements. It’s in our grade point average, our college degree, how much money we make, or how many likes we got on our last post. It’s natural to try to find a measuring stick for success as a mother. But no one hands out medals for the things we do every day.

Why Women Struggle with Pornography Too (And How to Talk with Your Daughter About It)

“I have daughters, so I’m not worried.” I’ve heard this rationale over and over again as I’ve talked to parents about protecting children from pornography. I only wish it were true that 50% of our children were completely immune to pornography’s pull.

Finding Inspiration in the Midst of Anxiety

We worry, we dread, we fear. We can’t find a place of quiet. We seem to be deaf to the advice Christ gave his followers: “Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.” We have a hard time following this advice, however right and wise it is.

Breaking News

The Myth of Invisible Motherhood

We live in a world that tells us our worth is found in external achievements. It’s in our grade point average, our college degree, how much money we make, or how many likes we got on our last post. It’s natural to try to find a measuring stick for success as a mother. But no one hands out medals for the things we do every day.

Why Women Struggle with Pornography Too (And How to Talk with Your Daughter About It)

“I have daughters, so I’m not worried.” I’ve heard this rationale over and over again as I’ve talked to parents about protecting children from pornography. I only wish it were true that 50% of our children were completely immune to pornography’s pull.

Finding Inspiration in the Midst of Anxiety

We worry, we dread, we fear. We can’t find a place of quiet. We seem to be deaf to the advice Christ gave his followers: “Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.” We have a hard time following this advice, however right and wise it is.

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