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  • Experiencing Hope and Healing In A Fallen World

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    No one likes pain. But we live in a fallen world, and the sting of sin touches us all. That heartache buries some in grief or bitterness so deep that it defines their life. Many others feel powerless to forgive and remain shackled to their wounds as a result. Understandably, in times of great hurt, healing can often seem out of reach. But there is hope! The Lord is present in our suffering, and it’s through His grace that we find healing for our brokenness.

  • Expressing God's Love to Those Around You

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    There are people in need all around us. Some have encountered hard times and would benefit from a simple act of kindness. Others have faced unspeakable tragedy and yearn for a deeper touch from the Lord. In either case, God often expresses His grace through the love, compassion, and thoughtfulness of His people. That’s why becoming the hands and feet of Jesus is crucial to loving our neighbor as ourselves.

  • Healthy Conflict in Marriage

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    It’s not a matter of if you and your spouse will disagree – it’s a matter of when. So how you handle conflict is important. Approach your differences with the right perspective, and not only will you resolve problems more easily, you’ll do it with greater love and grace. It’ll take some guidance from God’s Word and a little hard work, but disputes can become opportunities to build connection and intimacy, rather than tear them down.

  • Living With Integrity

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    What comes to mind when you think of integrity? Good morals? Honesty? Trustworthiness? Integrity includes each of those values but transcends them all. Our English equivalent for “integrity” is derived from the Latin word meaning “to be integrated, complete.” It’s the idea that an individual’s outward behavior is consistent with his or her deeply held values. And that’s a character trait that improves every area of life – from our relationships and career, to personal and spiritual growth.

  • Parenting with Wisdom

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    Parenting isn’t all nuts and bolts. Children thrive when there’s an atmosphere of God’s love and grace in the home. It’s that sense of belonging a child feels in knowing who they are is more important than what they do. And you don’t communicate that in a single moment through a lecture. It’s instilled into a child’s heart subtly over time by a mom and dad who undergird biblical values and expectations with the nurture and support of relationship.

  • Infidelity: Biblical/Practical Questions

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    In the wake of infidelity, there are questions … and plenty of confusion to sort through. In this section, we offer answers for some commonly asked questions. There’s also helpful guidance if you’ve committed an affair and are struggling to move forward. So let’s clear away the clutter and set your marriage on the path to recovery.

  • Infidelity: Protecting Your Marriage, Social Media

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    Author Neil Postman says, “Every technology is both a burden and a blessing.” This is certainly true when it comes to building a strong and lasting marriage. Social media can be either dangerous or enriching. The difference lies in whether or not it’s used with wisdom and discernment. The best way to keep social media from harming your marriage is to prevent problems from developing in the first place.

  • Infidelity: Boundaries to Protect Your Marriage

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    Attacks on marriage come from all directions. They’ll weaken a relationship, leaving couples conflicted and emotionally detached. And that sets the stage for spouses to look outside their marriage for the connection they feel is missing. But that risk is significantly diminished when care is taken to guard a relationship. That’s why for your marriage not just to survive, but to thrive, it’s wise to surround it with healthy boundaries.

  • The Truth Project Scriptural Devotion

    12 Days

    A twelve day plan that provides a contemplation of God and self, designed to draw you closer to Him and His Truth provided by Focus on the Family's The Truth Project.

  • God's Ultimate Casting Call

    13 Days

    Lights, camera, ACTION: God has the perfect role just for you to play as the custom made creation He made you to be. Join us for this short 13 day journey as you discover how God, the Director of the Universe, loves you and wants to direct you to be a part of HIS larger story!

  • Knowing Him By Name

    25 Days

    As Matthew 20:28 tells us, "the son of man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many." Families can follow Christ's example by serving others. For each day of Advent, we have found scripture and a family activity or conversation to talk about and show what it means to be the hands and feet of Jesus, so that we may all "Know Him By Name."

  • Truth Pursuer: Fight the Lies

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    Your culture is the environment you live in every day. It’s the TV you watch, the advertisements you see, the music you listen to and the Web sites you visit. It’s the way people dress, talk and act around you. Culture is so much a part of your life that you often don’t even notice it. You just accept it without thinking. And that would be OK, except for one thing: Your culture lies to you. Did you know that every day, little (and big!) lies slip into your mind and heart? Don’t believe it? Let’s put culture under the magnifying glass and discover those lies. Copyright (c) Lindy Keffer, Focus on the Family.

  • Truth Pursuer: Lovin' the Law

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    You may not have an ice cream cone in your back pocket at any time. It is illegal to wake a bear to take its picture. No vehicle without a driver may exceed 60 miles per hour. Believe it or not, those are actual laws in various places. They sound pretty silly, don’t they? The Israelites might have thought the same thing when God gave them some of His laws. For instance, God told them to only eat meat from animals that had split hooves and chewed the cud (Leviticus 11:3). Huh? God also required that any clothing with mildew on it must be taken to the priest to “examine the mildew and isolate the affected article for seven days” (Leviticus 13:50). Can you imagine taking your dirty laundry to your pastor? God, in His infinite wisdom, had good reasons for each law He gave. He intended them to benefit not only the Israelites but also the world. Copyright (c) Melinda Means and Joanna Lutz, Focus on the Family."

  • Truth Pursuer: Rock Solid Faith

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    "When crews build a skyscraper, they dig down before they build up. Only structures anchored on solid bedrock are secure enough to withstand dynamic forces of nature and remain strong. Building your spiritual life is similar to constructing a skyscraper. In Matthew 7:24-25, Jesus said people who hear His words and put them into practice are like a wise man who builds his house on the rock. Unless we have a foundation anchored on Jesus Christ, the Solid Rock, we’re likely to fall apart when life challenges us with unexpected events and everyday pressures. Copyright (c) Candy Arrington, Focus on the Family."