We will all likely experience relationship pain at some point. It stings in a different way than any other kind of pain. In this post, Jessica Van Roekel shares about the relationship pain she endured when an unexpected and unwanted email ended a longtime friendship. Learn how she discovered the power to reframe rejection and live life without rejection’s pain.
Discover practical steps to overcome the pain of betrayal by a friend. Seek healing, forgiveness, and restoration through God’s love and grace. You are not alone in this journey. Read more for how to survive a friend’s betrayal.
Looking for practical solutions to navigate the challenges of having a spouse in the house? Cynthia Ruchti reveals the secret to living in harmony. Discover how gratitude and quality noise-canceling headphones can transform your 24/7 togetherness.
In my recent Dear Mom post, I shared how my son challenged me to write a letter to my now deceased mother, and to God, sharing the thoughts, sentiments, and feelings I would share if she were still here for Mother’s Day. Through the simple letter I wrote to my mom, I found healing and hope through the transformative power of God’s love.
How often do you consider what your daily departing words or farewell actions might entail prior to saying goodbye to a loved one before they head out the door to their intended destination? Whether you’re saying goodbye to a young adult leaving for college or a family member leaving home for the day, simple gestures of grace make a difference. Tamar Miller shares 4 ways of showing grace before leaving homebase.
As followers of Jesus, we are called to treat others as we would like to be treated, and this principle holds incredible power in our parenting journey. In an excerpt from her book, “Love, Pray, Listen,” Mary DeMuth shares the concept of applying the Golden Rule in our relationships with our adult children. We’ll explore this timeless principle as we reflect on our own experiences, discover valuable insights, and learn how embracing the Golden Rule can transform our interactions with our adult kids.