Living with fewer regrets
All of us have done more than enough to cringe in the dark about. But there are ways to have fewer regrets.
To raise an Amish child
How can we ensure our children aren’t addicted to technology when we ourselves can’t seem to tear ourselves away from our mobile phones?
Stuck in the waiting room
"Our churches need to be places where friendship is encouraged and the pressure to couple up is vanquished."
Marriage . . . by single men
As a general rule, you shouldn’t listen to a single man’s ideas about marriage. But there are exceptions.
My great big happy family
Michelle Mauigoa and her husband, Daniel, have nine children, which would probably overwhelm most people, but she wouldn’t trade places with any of them.
What sort of qualities should we look for in a partner?
The ultimate Valentine’s gift
Each February we set aside a day to celebrate romantic love. And Charissa Fong says God has also set aside a day when we celebrate His love for us and ours for Him.
Maritza Brunt reflects on one thing marriage has taught her.
Christmas: time of despair or symbol of hope?
Sex, violence and suicide. Why you should think about these topics this Christmas.
Are You Gifted
The Bible says God has given each of us special talents. Lets discover what yours may be.
Let’s Talk About Sex
The new alternative gaining momentum in our highly-sexualised society.
Fifty Shades or Just Plain Shady?
Hollywood's latest flick and its implications for our relationships