A Real Home Is…

Building a sanctuary for your family.

On the Home Front

Do It Together A Florida church holding monthly events for the entire family had trouble with parents dropping their kids off and not staying for the events. They remedied the problem with this announcement: “The...

Ten Commandments of Human Relations

1. Thou Shalt Love People, Not Just Use Them (Matthew 22:39). The greatest thing in the world is a person. The greatest thing about a person is his motives, and the greatest motive is...

How to Build Trust in a Marriage

How does a couple regain trust when an incident has seriously damaged it? It’s not easy. Trust Builds over Time. Research shows that deep trust only comes from seeing that your partner is there for you...

Tips for the Home

Nine out of Ten Understandably, many families must utilize the services of a day care center, but some Americans use such centers merely to increase their buying power by putting both parents in the workforce....

Parenting Helps

Helpful Hints for Parents Make your home the brightest and most attractive place on earth. Let your child invite friends to your home and table so that he/she had rather be there than any...

An Anonymous Letter

From a Parent to a Child I cannot buy you a set of morals; I cannot build you a sense of responsibility; I cannot hand you appreciation of beauty; I cannot manu­facture for you concern...

What Do You Expect Out of Your Children?

School children were used for an experiment in education.  The children in three groups were equally average students. Controllers of the study made a significant change, though. They placed the three groups with three different...

Parenting Tips

Ten Things for Which a Parent Will Never Be Sorry For doing your level best even when discouraged. For hearing before judging in family quarrels. For thinking before speaking when emotionally upset. For not...

All This for a “Dollar an Hour”

The government recently calculated the cost of raising a child from birth to 18 and came up with $160,140 for a middle-income family. Talk about sticker shock! That doesn’t even touch college tuition. But...