Focus on the Family Commentary
When Your Spouse Says, “I don’t love you”03/05/15
Here at Focus on the Family, we often receive heartbreaking messages like this one. It reads: My spouse just told me they dont love me, and we shouldnt stay married. What can I do?
The Internet is a way of life for kids. They use it for everything from simple communication to school-related tasks. How do we help them avoid spending too much time online?
The Drop Box
People these days talk about protecting societys weak and helpless. But Id like to introduce you to a man who lives it every day, Pastor Lee.
Daylight Savings Time
Well, its almost that time of year again. Daylight Savings Time, when the already sleep-deprived lose yet another hour of rest, will soon be here.
The Greatest Joys
Jim Daly shares a couple things that really bug him about the way family is being undervalued and even undermined in society today.
Teach Kids to Problem Solve
As a child grows, more and more responsibility needs to be turned over, so he or she can learn to solve their own problems. Theyll need to when theyre out in the world on their own as adults.
Go 3/4 of the Way
President George H.W. Bush and first lady Barbara recently celebrated their seventieth wedding anniversary. When Mrs. Bush was asked how far you need to go to have a successful marriage her answer was intriguing: Three quarters of the way.
Rekindle the Romance
After the wedding celebration and the honeymoon, life settles into a daily grind, and monotony takes root if you let it!
Ask for Help
How far will you go before you ask for help?
Too Much and Not Enough
Having a strong and healthy family requires balance. Too much of this and not enough of that, and itll all crumble.
Cord of Three Strands
The Bible says a cord of three strands is not easily broken. Thats simple to understand, but profound enough to transform your marriage.
Tips for Fighting Well
Do you and your spouse fight "well"? Thats not a trick question. There really is such a thing as "healthy conflict" in a marriage.
See the Deeper Value
If your marriage is in crisis, you may feel theres no hope. But your relationship can heal if you find a way to see past the difficulties to the true value of your relationship.
Moms and Guilt
Moms go through a wide range of emotions when it comes to their children. One moment, they can be filled with pride or feel an overflowing sense of joy and love. But lots of times they also struggle with a strong sense of guilt.
Imprisoned By Our Insecurities (Part 2 of 2)
Insecurities stir up fear that can imprison people in destructive patterns and leave them feeling theres no way out. If this is a problem you struggle with, take heart. There is hope. There is healing.
Imprisoned By Our Insecurities (Part 1 of 2)
Our insecurities are a weakness. But make no mistake, they have great power. In fact, theyre a key reason many people stay imprisoned in destructive patterns.
Don’t Live Out of an Old Suitcase
Many families live out of an old suitcase of relational disconnection and disappointment. But it doesnt have to be that way.
On farms around the country, kids are often entrusted with responsibility at a young age. That can be a positive parenting strategy no matter where you live if youre ready to let them make some mistakes.
Dangers of Pornography
Pornography is more prevalent than ever. Porn can be powerfully addicting and can cause a severe breakdown in a marriage.
Take a Risk
Some of the most important moments we share with our families are the ones that involve some kind of personal risk. Some people take risks just by trying something new around the house!
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