Every week in the month of April we will be featuring an article on the art of friendship. To see the full series, click HERE.
by Abbi Woodworth
I was looking for love and feeling it would never come my way. Many of my friends were in relationships, and many others were engaged.
Often what happens in marriages that are clouded by unresolved anger is that the arguments become so toxic and volatile in their language and tone that they produce no good but drive a deeper wedge of division into the m
Assumptions lead to more assumptions, and communication leads to more communication.
Every week in the month of November we will be featuring an article on cultivating gratitude and thankfulness. To see the full series, click HERE.
Always be joyful. Never stop praying.
We love to tell people, “Be honest with me.” But do we really want the answers to that statement?
It’s like when Lynn and I were newly married, maybe two weeks in, and we were about to go out and meet some friends.
Some women are able to birth a house full of kids without a single death, while others face the trauma of recurrent losses.
Everybody wants to be loved, celebrated and known. We were created for deep connections, but we tend to get in our own way. The hardest walls to scale are the walls of the human heart.
Recently, researchers at the University of California at Berkeley announced they would be part of a $100 million dollar project for space travel to see if there’s intelligent life in the universe.