Healthy relationships with our friends, family, and coworkers bring great joy and beauty to life. These resources below are sure to encourage you, challenge you, and help you grow the precious relationships in your life.
While parenting may be for the tired, we all know that it is not for the weak. Christian parents face unique challenges in today’s changing culture. As a ministry of the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture, ChristianParenting.org engages, equips, and encourages parents to raise strong children who will know and love God and strive to fulfill his purpose for their lives. We echo DFTC’s goal “to change the culture for the Kingdom.” We speak to a wide range of parenting issues that are common to every generation.
All of Joy Eggerichs’ Love and Respect NOW blog posts in one place!
The daughter of Nigerian immigrants, Boston attorney, blogger and author Atinuke challenges assumptions about interracial romance with humor and grace. She is writer-in-residence at Wellspring
a fresh marriage and parenting magazine designed to help families thrive and meet the needs of Christian families today!
Seven years of research with 3,000 men reveals the unfiltered, private thoughts and expectations of men in the workplace that affect women but that women may not know.
“A few small actions—practiced on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis—can change everything for a couple.”
Join Joy in the pursuit of wisdom for 18-35 year olds navigating faith, love, dating and men/women relationships.
Good women are a dying breed, and the Good Women Project is doing something about it. Their blog provides a place of trust, honesty, truth and encouragement for both single and married women as we wrestle through life together.
He works long hours. So does she. They share a home, children and married life—yet they are housekeeping opposites. So, how do couples divvy up laundry, kitchen duty and other household jobs— fairly and without resentment?
Dr. Gary Chapman guides you in identifying, understanding and speaking your spouse’s primary love language—quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service or physical touch.
Susan DiMickele blogs about the working mom’s stuggle to live out an authentic faith in a complex and fast-paced world. She also writes a Working Mom’s Devotional every Friday.
Sonoma Christian Home is a online magazine dedicated to celebrating food, faith and family.
By Pastor and author Tommy Nelson. For married and singles, the Song of Solomon series teaches the Biblical design for relationships. Follows Solomon’s relationship: attraction, dating and courtship, marriage, intimacy and committing to the end.
A remarkable, honest story of temptation, sin, forgiveness and restoration: a blog and community.
Roaring Lambs is Briner’s manifesto of our proper stance regarding the “culture-shaping arena.” Christians can and ought to be the movers and shakers of social change-— “roaring lambs” who infiltrate and make an impact on their workplace & the world.
While marriage can show the communion, intimacy and commitment God has for His church, Christian singleness illustrates the overcoming sufficiency of Christ and the fulfillment of all of God’s promises through Him.
Winner speaks candidly about the difficulties and importance of chastity. She confronts cultural lies about sex and challenges the way the church talks about it.
February 7-14th. We recognize in particular that social science is clear that children are best served when they grow up with both a mother and father. It is critical to strengthen the bonds of marriage.
Better moms make a better world.
Blog by a local Portland girl who used to be an event planner and now works as a full time stay at home mom.
Relationship advice for men and women of the next generation based on the Love and Respect principles. And common sense.
Founded by Dr. Emerson Eggerich, author and speaker. Love motivates a woman, and respect motivates a man. Very relatable, clear principles for seriously dating and marrieds. Workbooks, DVDs, small group study materials and conferences.
Andi Parker shares her victories and life experiences in order to encourage and inspire other Blended Family Working Moms… or any gal who’s ever had to juggle a man, a job, kids, friends, chores, etc.
A new resource for women: an app to replace the noise in your head with truth and love.
Insight for women who want to better understand how our boyfriends, husbands, dads and brothers think so we can adapt and relate to them better. Really.
Help and resources for couples to build healthy marriages that reflect God’s design and for parents to raise their children according to morals and values grounded in biblical principles.
Be a Better Dad Today is a book for the father in your life. Written in an encouraging, fun to read style by bestselling author Gregory W. Slayton, Be a Better Dad Today! is designed to help men become better fathers.
Ally thinks that, when Christians talk about abstinence, we ask all the wrong questions about why we should save sex for marriage.