I’m not the dad you see on TV. The majority of dads are infinitely more nuanced than the two-dimensional cardboard cutouts we are depicted to be. So, then, who are we?
No matter the state of our family relationships, we can always strive to create love at home—to do the small and simple things to nurture our relationships with the people who matter most to us.
Whether you’re trying to raise a missionary or not, these eight skills can help you better prepare your children to face the world.
Here are just a few of the countless reasons we’re so glad you’re ours.
Try this tasty object lesson about the Sabbath next family home evening.
Here are some fun ways to make sure your ancestors’ legacies live on.
Here are a few activity ideas that can make your Christmas meaningful and keep your thoughts centered on the reason we celebrate.
It’s a question asked by children and adults alike. What can I do on Sunday? We’ve got 3 hours in the day accounted for, but what about the other 15?
Seven Ideas for Your Next Family Night
To Invite God a little closer to your family each Sabbath day, offer Him signs of your love with “Sabbath cans.”
I wonder if I've been overlooking one of the most important things that I can do on the Sabbath—namely, help my wife actually have a Sabbath day.
When determining appropriate activities for Sabbath day observance, make a Sabbath day plan.
Download these conversation cards to use in an upcoming family home evening.
The Sabbath is a day to set aside world pursuits and interests and focus on what matters most.
Picture yourself receiving the most important invitation of your life: a chance to spend a day with Jesus Christ. How would you prepare spiritually and physically for such a day? What blessings might you hope would come from such a visit?