When Words Fail

Kathy Fogg Berry: Practical Ministry to People with Dementia and Their Caregivers

The Pursuit of a Different Kind of Happiness

The happiness the world encourages us to pursue is fleeting. It's time to seek a happiness that's not contingent on positive circumstances.

5 Common Myths of Depression

Dispelling these lies is key in beginning the journey toward recovery from depression.

How Do You Get a Fairy Tale Marriage?

Fairy tale love stories don't just happen; what we put into marriage is, in a very real way, precisely what we get out of it.

13 Practical Ways Your Church Can Support Caregivers

There are many ways churches can support caregivers of Alzheimer's and dementia patients.

The Tech-Wise Family

Andy Crouch: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place

Controlling Our Tempers

Understanding where you anger comes from will help you deal with it better when it rises again.

Hidden Treasures

Robin Bertram: Finding Hope at the End of Life’s Journey

Why Thankfulness Is Key to Navigating Alzheimer’s

"A big part of how well you navigate hard things in life—whether disease or some other kind of heartache—is going to be determined by what you choose to dwell on."

What Is So Good About Technology?

In many ways, technology is the most astonishingly good example of the fruit our image bearing was meant to produce—if it can help us become the persons we were meant to be.
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