SUBSCRIBE MAKE A DONATION

Family

Previous | 12 | Next

Displaying results 1-10 of 20

Family - No Retirement In The Kingdom

No Retirement In The Kingdom

David Payne says older people have a critical role to play in building God’s Kingdom.

Family - The Joy Of Christmas Even When It Hurts

The Joy Of Christmas Even When It Hurts

Bridget Slattery tells her story of experiencing joy at Christmas, despite being in a seemingly hopeless situation.

Family - Five Advent activities for children (and adults!)

Five Advent activities for children (and adults!)

Jesse trees, reverse Advent calendars and more. Sarah Beresford looks at five ways of making Advent a special time rather than just a rush to Christmas.

Family - Surviving the first year of marriage

Surviving the first year of marriage

The 12 months following your wedding day should be a wonderfully exciting time, but only if you have the right expectations of what marriage is, says Anna Bailey.

Family - Why being my husband’s carer is a gift

Why being my husband’s carer is a gift

Ros Powell shares the pain and beauty that has come with her husband’s dementia.

Family - 6 children’s Easter activities

6 children’s Easter activities

Want to make the most of the church’s biggest celebration? John McKenna gathers together some fun Easter activities to do with your children.

Family - Don’t panic, it’s Christmas!

Don’t panic, it’s Christmas!

The last thing we should be getting stressed about is making Christmas day “perfect”, says John McKenna.

Family - Escape from an abusive marriage

Escape from an abusive marriage

Bridget Slattery lived a miserable life in a disastrous marriage. Things only began to improve once she started praying about it.

Family - How do I get a better work/life balance?

How do I get a better work/life balance?

Frank Mason had a hectic life working in the corporate consultancy world…until he prayed about it.

Family - Boys: little terrors or future men of God?

Boys: little terrors or future men of God?

As a mum of two small boys, Clare Reay is often told she “has her hands full”. She wouldn’t have it any other way.

Previous | 12 | Next

Search

See all results for