Stepfamilies are on the increase and, with much love and hard work, a blended family home can be a happy and positive place to be.
There’s a common misconception that goes something like this: ‘Teenagers have no excuse for being homeless, they have perfectly good homes and parents who can look after them, they are probably just avoiding rules and chores’.
The initial celebration of Father’s Day in 1910 was a practical expression of the Bible’s mandate to ‘honour your father and your mother’.
Emotional intelligence requires us to do four things: become aware of how we’re feeling, regulate our emotions, show empathy and work with people rather than do things to them.
Special Religious Education (SRE) may be something you’ve recently opted your child into, but it’s been engrained in Australia’s culture for many years.
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Apology has been in the news recently – mainly for all the wrong reasons. What can we learn about how to apologise well?
The world is shrinking, and people from different religions, different cultures, are going to have to learn to live with each other.
If our relationship with God is to be sustained throughout our lifetime, we need to get good at placing worth and giving Him affirmation. Here’s 8 practical ways to rebuild or enhance your relationship with Jesus.
Curiosity is something to be encouraged in our kids, but when they start to ask curly questions about life, faith, and why you make them set the table – how do you handle it?