A Complete Guide to Moving Cross Country

Cross country move is something that causes a lot of emotions. You will feel anxious, excited, stressed, etc. Other than leaving your old home...

Ruth Moon Mari on Why the Church Needs Single Parents, and Single Parents Need...

Single-parent families of all kinds are becoming increasingly common in the US. From 1880 to 1970, around 85 percent of children in the US lived...
Jenna Bush Hager is pregnant with third child (Photo: Getty)

Jenna Bush Hager Reveals She Suffered an Ectopic Pregnancy

Jenna Bush Hager is overjoyed to be expecting her third child, but says she's all too familiar with the "pain" that comes with pregnancy complications and...

Kendrick Brothers’ ‘The Love Dare’ Continues to Impact Marriages Worldwide

The New York Times No. 1 bestselling book "The Love Dare," co-authored by award-winning filmmakers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, was featured in USA Today...

Surprise! ‘Today’ Co-Anchor Hoda Kotb, 54, Reveals She Has Adopted a Second Daughter, Hope...

Hoda Kotb has revealed she has adopted a second baby girl at the age of 54, just two years after welcoming her beloved daughter...
FILE - In this April 12, 2018, file photo, Bridal fashion from the Reem Acra collection is modeled during Bridal Fashion Week in New York. From dumping the bouquet and garter tosses to statement hats instead of veils, today's brides and grooms are going their own way. Some have their eyes on eco-conscious celebrations. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)

Top Wedding Trends Find Couples Skewing Away from Traditional Elements, Embracing Fashion Waves, and...

When Ashley Yore and Derek Ultican were planning their wedding, the question of the garter and bouquet tosses didn’t come up “It just wasn’t something...

John Stonestreet: Why Redefining Marriage Kills the Joy

When Sarah and I got married, if I remember correctly, I think we stuck around the wedding reception maybe for a grand total of...

Tatyana Claytor: When the Church Gets Messy, What Happens to the Pastor’s Marriage?

When I was pregnant with my first child, my husband and I packed up our belongings, quit our jobs and moved across the country...

Jonathan McKee: When Children Want to Become Instagram Celebrities

After a TV interview discussing my new book to teens about “wise posting in an insecure world,” the 30-something mom who was removing my...

Jen Oshman: Do You Regret Having Children?

A recent article in the New York Post highlights a Facebook group titled “I Regret Having Children.” The online group is a place for moms to share...

Catholic Mother of 4 Boys Writes Letter to Notre Dame Protesting Leggings: Says it’s...

What’s the matter with leggings? That’s what a group of student protesters are asking after a mom condemned leggings in an open letter to their college...
FILE - In this May 20, 2010 file photo, poet Maya Angelou smiles as she greets guests at a garden party at her home in Winston-Salem, N.C. How we address our elders and why set off a social media debate recently after a Los Angeles scriptwriter tweeted an old TV clip of Angelou rebuking a young woman for calling her by her first name. (AP Photo/Nell Redmond, File)

Old Clip of Maya Angelou Sparks Debate On Courtesy and Respect for Elders

Put a handle on it. If you don’t know what that means, you might not call elders by “Mr.,” ″Miss” or “Mrs.,” insist that your...

Cookie Johnson On 25 Years of Marriage with Magic: “I Put It in the...

When asked what it takes to have a successful and long marriage, many couples will say communication, patience, and faith. And for celebrity power...

Texas Woman Gives Birth to Sextuplets in 9 Minutes — Beating Odds of 1...

A Houston woman gave birth to six babies in a span of nine minutes on Friday morning. Thelma Chiaka had two sets of twin boys and one...

Kirk Franklin Surprises Wife Tammy with 23 Dozen Roses to Celebrate Their 23rd Wedding...

After more than two decades of marriage, GRAMMY® Award-winning composer, Kirk Franklin, continues to shower his bride with affection in the most creative and...
FILE - This Feb. 19, 2014, file photo shows the Facebook app icon on an iPhone in New York. Panic over what children are picking up over the Internet sweep social media on a regular basis. In the most recent, children are purportedly encouraged to complete harmful tasks. Though the so-called Momo challenge is believed to be a hoax, other “challenges” and trends should cause concern. (AP Photo/Karly Domb Sadof, File)

Don’t Panic: How Parents Can Deal with Internet Hoaxes Like the “Momo Challenge”

The latest parental panic on social media — over a purported challenge for kids to complete harmful tasks — elevates the importance of establishing...

WATCH: Pastor Jamal Bryant Encourages Couples to Stop Making Excuses and Tie the Knot...

Pastor Jamal Bryant of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, is focusing on the Black family as he takes the reins of the...

Benjamin Kerns: Generation Z Parenting Pro Tips

Today is the final week of my Generation Z class. I am not going to lie, the study and preparation for this class has...

Ashley Willis: 4 Types of Friends That Are Bad for Your Marriage

Friends play an extremely important role in our lives, and this remains true after we’re married as well. We need to cultivate good, true,...

Dave and Ann Wilson on Their New Book ‘Vertical Marriage: The One Secret That...

Dave and Ann Wilson are co-founders and teaching pastors at Kensington Community Church, a national, multi-campus church that hosts more than 14,000 attendees every...