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A Christian Perspective on the World Today

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Fatherhood and generosity

We’re living in a selfish world and when kids won’t share their toys it shows that the problem is fairly universal. Welcome to the challenge of teaching humility and generosity to your children and, hopefully, helping them to grow into happy and well-adjusted adults.
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Blue Christmas: Tips for dealing with holiday sadness

If you find yourself feeling down during the holidays, you’re not alone. Check out these 10 practical hints for surviving the season and coming out the other side smiling.
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6 Ways to entertain your kids this Christmas for next to...

School has wrapped up and the kids are already going stir crazy. How do you channel that energy in a positive direction without breaking the bank? Check out these fun family activities that will show your kids the joy and meaning of Christmas.
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Lessons from a mum’s group

Not a mum? You might be surprised how much you can learn from the trials of first-time mothers.
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16 Quick ways to DIY your health

Hidden away in your pantry might reside the solution to a persistent itch, grumble or ouch. Here are 16 of those remedies—and how you can use them.
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Middle eastern farro salad

A light and tasty salad for summer
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Natural sweeteners: are they good for you?

They're sweet. But are they safe?
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8 Ways to help your special-needs child

There are ways that parents of children with disabilities can help them deal with life.
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Healthy food that can slow ageing: the new science

What we eat in our forties and fifties has a huge effect on how quickly we age.
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Why losing weight gets harder with age

Some valuable information to help tip the scales in your favour.
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A baby, a spoon and a lesson in letting go

Feeding a baby can get messy; parenting even more so. But the ultimate challenge comes when we hear Jesus’ voice say, “Follow Me.”
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Warts and all: how accepting your man improves your relationship

He was cold, I was clingy; we were fighting and becoming more distant. Something had to change.