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Convos With My 2-Year-Old - "The Cookie"

These are a scream!  This is a series of videos that are actual conversations with the producer's 2 year old daughter, as re-enacted by himself and another full-grown man.

If you have a toddler or pre-schooler, you've probably had these very conversations - now hear them in a whole new light!

Five Ways to Find Healing from Your Past

The past still haunts you. Are new beginnings possible? Is healing a reality? How do we confidently release the past and embrace the future? Here's how we find the strength to “press on”!

The Power of a Praying Mom

Moms, whether you are dreaming, standing before God in scary vulnerability, or just trying to listen and get it right, we have a powerful tool at our disposal: prayer.

Fall Into a Fitness Routine

Fall is notorious for comfort foods like pumpkin spice lattes and game day nachos. Combine these tempting seasonal staples with darker, shorter days and it can be hard to maintain an active mindset. Despite the enticement to indulge, you can keep your active lifestyle going or even kick off a new fitness regime with these tips.

Letting Yourself Go - Is That a Bad Thing?

Why do we continue to call out moms and grown women just because they don’t care about keeping up with the Kardashians and the Taylor Swifts and the Barbie dolls of the world any longer?

Random Laptop Connects Strangers With 100-Year-Old Granny

100-year-old grandmother Eileen Wilkinson has an awful lot of wisdom to share. And, with the help of her grandson, Eileen has a makeshift office set up on the streets of New York so she can share that wisdom with total strangers.

See how people are responding and what she has to say to them...

An Easy Solution to After-School Snacking

Make the most of after-school snack time with simple, fun recipe ideas like Harvest Fruit and Oat Energy Bites, which are a quick way to fuel up before soccer practice, study sessions, or dance class. 

Dating after 40: How to Avoid Common Pitfalls

After years of self-examination, we should know ourselves a lot better, know how to communicate our needs and wants to others, and have wisdom about what the red flags are and how to set boundaries.

Finding the best relationship for you and your future will be much easier if you avoid these common pitfalls.

How to Dare to Do Mighty Things for God as a Woman

Many women sense God’s call to lead in a variety of different ways, but tragically lack the opportunities, encouragement, and support they need to do the work God is calling them to do. If you’re a woman who senses God calling you to dare to do something mighty for his kingdom, here's how you can step out to do so!

Rediscover How to Date Your Spouse

Many couples get so busy they don't take time to nurture the foundation of their family – their marriage and their relationship with each other. Learn how to nurture that relationship – and one of the great ways to do that is by dating your mate.

10 Prayers God Always Answers

Everyone prays in their own different way and still, our loving God hears every one. But, getting an answer -- that can be a whole different story! Sometimes an answer comes right away, and sometimes we have to wait.

However, there are some things we can pray for that God will always answer...

3 Ways Worship Can Calm Your Anxiety

Martin Luther once said, “Pray, and let God worry.” How relaxing that sounds--and how hard to believe!  But it's true - a lasting solution for anxiety is easily found--worshipping our Lord.

Read on to understand how worship improves our mental health!

16 Thoughtful Questions to Ask besides 'How Was School?'

We all know the drill: the door slams in the carpool pickup lane and your child buckles in. “How was school?” you ask. And the answer… “Okay.” The conversation is dead before it starts.

Here are some thoughtful questions you can ask that won't get one-word answers. 

Why Hasn’t Anyone Asked Me Out?

Don't let your heart sink into despair by dwelling on what isn’t true. And don't frustrate yourself or hurt others by making false assumptions about our situation....

2 Reasons You Shouldn't Feel Mom Guilt

As a mom, I often carry around this great weight of wondering if I am really doing anything right in raising my kids. Here are two helpful realizations I've had about the guilt I was feeling.

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