Author: Alex Cook | Wealth with Purpose. We always declare that Jesus is Lord but many times forget what it means to make Him Lord over our lives. We make Him Master of our families, careers, and health but when it comes to other things such as our money and wealth, we call the shots […]
If you’re not a parent, do you ever wonder why a mum or dad laughs when you even so breathe the words, “I’m exhausted”? That’s probably because they’re rearing 1-3 year olds who do stuff like what you’re about to see in this video reenacted by a grown adult woman.
Over Easter holiday 2015, the news media across Australia reported that an 11 year old boy with autism spectrum disorder had gone missing while camping with his family. Several days went by and still Luke Shambrook was nowhere to be found. Luke’s incredible survival – as told by his mother, Rachel. Part 1 Part 2
Author: Danny Huerta | Focus On The Family. It’s not just teens that are talking about the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why.” Parents are also curious about the story of Hannah Baker and her descent into suicide. “What message does this show send to kids?” some have asked. “Does it really glorify suicide? As a […]
What makes you joyful? Watching the sunrise or sunset, playing with a child or a puppy, laughing with your friends, exploring your talents and passions, or perhaps helping others? Sometimes, the world feels like it’s crashing down around us. It’s true that we are very blessed in Australia and we need to remember that, but pain is […]
Koko rose to fame as a gorilla who has learned a significant number of hand signs, reportedly over 1,000 different kinds. Using her sign language, Koko asked for a pet cat for Christmas many years back and was distraught when it escaped from the cage and was hit by a car and killed.
In this Focus On The Family podcast Dr. Michelle Watson explores the connection between a father and his daughter, offering encouragement and practical ways you can “click” with your daughter. You’ll hear stories and inspiration to enrich that special relationship.
I vow to take you my wife, to have and to hold the camera at an Instagram-opportune time till death do us part. Oh 2017. In the year of unprecedented social media dependence, Collective Noun’s sketch comedy on modern day vows is concerningly accurate.
Mother’s Day might be a day when you can expect chocolate and flowers, but it’s also a good day to reflect on what being a mother means. In the ups and downs of life we can sometimes forget that being a mother is a special role that connects one generation to another.
For some people, fond childhood memories consist of the magical combination of dress up and imagination. If your dress ups were anything like mine though, they looked mostly like I’d rummaged through an op shop of random fabrics, not full blown costumes. Enter: Designer Daddy.
Author: Amy Van Veen | Editorial Manager at Focus On The Family Canada. The fact that money is a major stressor in marriage is not news. The way we spend and save can be a black or white issue for many of us. We think there’s a right way to do things (our way) and […]
Minerva Boran may be 101 but she can groove and move with more energy than some teenagers! Check out her lively twirls, jazz hands and hip shaking as she dances up a storm to Elvis Presley’s “Blue Suede Shows” in the retirement home – all with a cheeky smile.
Author: Alex Cook | Wealth with Purpose. This story has been retold in different ways and has been used to spread the “Gospel of Love” everywhere. In Luke [15:11]-31, a rebellious son decides to leave his family and waste all his inheritance on worthless things.