Suppose this day was our last day. Would we do what we’re doing? Or would we encourage more, forgive more, and love more?
Yes, the teen years are tricky waters for parents to navigate, but they’re even trickier for teens.
Parenting experts almost unanimously agree that the more we limit our kids’ screen time, the better off we’ll all be. But sometimes we parents should look in the mirror.
Do I always understand what the Bible means? No. There are challenging passages. When there are, I’m thankful for another translator.
How do you move forward after you have experienced a failure? On Laugh Again, we bring you news you won’t hear on the news. Like the tale of a Kangaroo that broke into an Australian home and locked itself in the bathroom. I guess when you gotta go, you gotta go. In San Antonio Texas, two thieves sco [...]
Where can we find hope when we are faced with loss?
Here are three secrets we’ve discovered that can help nourish and cultivate a marriage, and, for that matter, friendships too.
This was the Summer of the Wasp Infestation at the Callaway house. I waged war on four nests in our yard. During the fourth campaign, one of the critters decided to practice acupuncture on my left hand. I don’t deal with pain quietly, so I hopped in circles, yelling, “Dog biscuits!”
Have you ever complained? Of course you haven’t. “Uh well, maybe once or twice,” you say. One study claims that the average adult spends five months of life complaining. Here are some of those complaints.
Typos. They remind me of how small things can have a huge impact. One of the devil’s greatest lies is this: “It’s just a small thing.