They may be your children, your grandchildren, your friends, or your relatives. As graduates, they may qualify as “young” or “young-at-heart,” like 98-year-old Noa Olchs, who earned her master’s degree one year from Fort Hays State University. But they are all in need of your encouragement. Here are ten ways you can encourage them:
In what ways did your mom show you extravagant love? How have you demonstrated that to your own children? In this story, my mother-in-law’s extravagant love taught my husband a powerful lesson.
How do you thank your mom? In this Mother’s Day Tribute and poem by Rebecca Barlow Jordan, “How Can I Thank You, Mom? Let Me Count the Ways,” she shares some of the memories of a mother’s love.
One of the best ways you can prepare your children this year as they go back to school is through prayer. And praying Scripture over them is one of the most powerful ways to pray. Here are five back to school prayers you can pray for your kids and grandkids:
When the hard times of life descend, leaving a trail of destruction, how do you deal with them? No matter who you are: blue collar or white collar, parent, grandparent, single or senior, writer or teacher, here are five ways to make hard times better: