Most people know what to prepare for when it comes to the food of Thanksgiving, but what about preparing to interact with relatives over controversial topics like politics in the current cultural climate? Darrell Harrison talks to Michelle Hill, and coaches listeners about how to be kind and gracious with family members.
These days, many people feel it wouldn't be safe to go outside without a mask on. And yet others need to arm their security system at night in order to sleep. According to Barbara Rainey there's one place we might not be securing, and it's probably doing more harm than good. Barbara outlines what it takes to make your home safe, on FamilyLife This Week.
How does a mom anticipate the birth of a child when she knows the baby will have special physical needs once he or she is born? Tracy Lane talks about anticipating the birth of her third child, a boy named Davis, that doctors identified as having Spina Bifida. Tracy talks about her journey towards surrender with God. Gina Flood talks about Jenny, who was born with Downs Syndrome.
How do you make decisions for educating your children in the midst of a Pandemic? It depends on so many factors, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Hear how three moms, Tracy Lane, Gina Flood, and Shannon Simmons, who come from different backgrounds, and live in different parts of the country, came to different decisions for educating each of their children.