I still remember Kevin Rudd saying, ‘To the mothers and the fathers, the sons and the daughters, for the breaking up of the families, we say sorry’.
Mark and Jill Savage open up about their own imperfect marriage — how they’ve tried to change each other and struggled with emotional intimacy.
“Mum, he’s breathing my air!” Kids fight. They drive one another mad. Parents ask me how to stop it and why it’s happening. Here’s my response.
Can we talk about what disgusting dust collectors they are? And the unbelievable amount of hair I apparently lose each day? Bleh.
Who are the “unblessed” today? Might they not be the homeless, the addicts, the sex-workers, the abused and the victimised? Why it is those who society considers the “unblessed,” who are blessed by Christ.
We live in a world of mass media, big ideas, cultural change and global pain… it’s time to shine a light and apply love like a balm.
Most teens are thoughtless rather than selfish. Here’s 5 tips to help you tackle this stage of teenagehood in a way to ensure it’s just a temporary blip.
While the world celebrates, Valentine’s Day can bring up pain for those in stages of waiting or singleness.
As we celebrate Valentine’s Day this week, what is it about the bride and groom metaphor described in the Bible that we can learn from when we think of our relationship with God and the conversations we have with him?
It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Whether you’ve been waiting all year round or you completely forgot until just now, it’s time to prep!