According to Gary Hopkins, having a meal together is as essential to the lives of your children as it is for their physical well-being.
Nigel Hollier ponders on the moral and ethical dilemmas surrounding surrogacy.
Do you think you need a big house with state-of-the-art appliances and a huge pay packet in order to be happy? An overnight stay on Amantani Island on Peru's Lake Titicaca taught Kathryn Page that the enjoyment of life can be found in a simpler things.
Family therapist Karen Holford believes exploring your family tree can actually help you understand it better.
Life's "busyness" can make home miserable instead of happy. Elizabeth Kapao offers some suggestions for ensuring that doesn't happen in your home.
Darren and Rosie Croft share what Christmas means to their family.
My doctor increased my antidepressant dose. This has resulted in side effects, such as a dry mouth and tingling in my hands.
I have no social life, and my children are growing up and will soon leave home. I am in urgent need of help.
The relationships we are involved in shape us. Graeme Loftus reveals how we have been created to live and love.
Creating a healthy family is an art. Rochelle Melville reveals some values and practices of a God-centred home.
Our relationship with our parents is the foundation for all our other relationships. Loron Wade considers what it means to "honour your father and your mother."
Nihilism is the ultimate in despair, in which there is no hope, no future, no meaning, no values, no purpose, no God.