How We Finally Won the Battle Against Pornography

How We Finally Won the Battle Against Pornography

by Michelle Stumbo September 13, 2018 1 Comment

In front of the entire student body, a friend confessed his addiction and shared that Jesus had "set him free." I was engaged at the time and thought how glad I was that my future husband didn't struggle with porn.

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Screen Time Tips for Little Kids

Screen Time Tips for Little Kids

by Anna Philipsen July 12, 2018

Even with technology all around us, it is our choice how and when we want our family using technology. We have to consciously make a choice to establish balance with our screen time so all the computers, tablets, phones, TVs and gaming systems do not take over.

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Leading Your Kids Spiritually

Leading Your Kids Spiritually

by Robert Vander Meer June 28, 2018

This isn’t going to a blog about praying with your kids before bed at night or making sure they attend church on Sunday. This is about change. Not necessarily instantaneous change but hopefully long lasting change.

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My 1st Year as a Dad: What I've Learned

My 1st Year as a Dad: What I've Learned

by Trevor Winsor June 07, 2018

My first year of being a dad can be summarized in one specific interaction with my 1-yr old son. Have you ever had one of those? An experience that teaches you more than you thought it could? I learned a few lessons from this 10-minute time with my son.

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Moms & Sex

Moms & Sex

by Heather Kolb May 24, 2018

Don’t believe the lie that “sex is just for men.” Ladies, your brain needs sex. Your brain needs physical connection and intimacy with your husband. While it may feel like work to invest in your sex life, believe me, your brain will thank you.

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#MomLife

#MomLife

by Anna Philipsen May 17, 2018

How could I be so angry and yell so loudly at this little person that I love so much? How could I be so physically overwhelmed and exhausted every day that I feel completely and utterly helpless? Is this really how parenting is supposed to be? Does every stay-at-home mom drag their feet out of bed and watch the clock all day looking forward to bedtime?

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Kids, Let's Talk About Sex

Kids, Let's Talk About Sex

by Ashley Jameson May 03, 2018

As the mother of four kids, I recognize the fear and hesitation that exists when talking to your kids about sex. But here’s the truth: one way or another, your kids WILL learn about sex.

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Holiday Triggers

Holiday Triggers

by Ashley Jameson December 07, 2017 2 Comments

Not only do I battle against the media and a culture that’s saturating my family’s minds with what our holiday is supposed to look like, but there are deep hurts and generational curses that thread through our family. As soon as October hits, so does my anxiety about the impending holiday season.

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This Is Us...I Mean Me

This Is Us...I Mean Me

by Trevor Winsor November 23, 2017

What do I carry around in my life and in my heart that creates issues in my day-to-day life? What wounds and traumas are still in my emotional closet that trip me up and cause me more pain today? What can I do to address and overcome these wounds, these issues in my life?

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Parenting With Purpose

Parenting With Purpose

by Ernie Chambers August 10, 2017

Take it from a man in recovery from addictive behaviors, parenting can be a real challenge; especially when our children are aware of what's happening in and around our lives. The scrutiny of parenting is tough, even when we attempt to do the right thing. It is critical that we live intentionally—purposely demonstrating real and genuine transformation.

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Digital Natives

Digital Natives

by Bryan Roberts July 20, 2017 1 Comment

We live in a world of technology. Generation Z—ages 0-16—cannot understand a world without the Internet. They live their lives on the Internet. It has everything they need: directions, shopping, entertainment, and socialization. Anywhere you want to connect, the Internet is available. When a parent says, “How do I protect my child from the Internet?” they are asking the wrong question.

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