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The Delicate Mother-In-Law Relationship - Part 2

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Rebecca Hagelin

July 13, 2015

Turning a House Into a Home

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

How do you turn a house into a home? We’re not talking interior design, crafting parties or cooking lessons. We’re talking about the essential differences between a space where people li

July 6, 2015

Like Troops in Battle, All Americans have a Memorial Day Duty

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

More often than not, veterans' experiences are forgotten. It is our duty, not theirs, to collect and preserve their stories, and it is always right to recognize their sacrifices and thank ...

June 29, 2015

When Tempted to Complain, Instead Turn to Prayer

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

It’s easy to find ourselves annoyed with laws and politicians and discouraged about the direction of our country. But why is it that we are so quick to complain and so slow to pray?

June 24, 2015

How Meal Time Can Save Your Family

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

It's hard to overemphasize the importance of sharing meals as a family—sitting down, away from distractions, as a group—as often as possible. There is just something about the simple, ro

June 15, 2015

Good People Make America Great

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Gavin Rupp, a 13-year old Virginia boy with terminal brain cancer, knows what that’s like. A baseball player, Gavin’s been a Washington Nationals fan for as long as he can remember. Base

May 11, 2015

Build children’s character first

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Her face looked haggard and she had aged 10 years, it seemed, in the months since I last saw her. I knew “Joanna” through friends. Although we saw each other infrequently, we enjoyed sha

May 4, 2015

The End of Courtship

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Most parents hope that their children will grow to adulthood and find and marry a good spouse. But it’s becoming increasingly difficult for young adults to date in ways that lay a solid ...

April 27, 2015

The first step to a deeper relationship with God

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

If you showed up at an Ash Wednesday service last week, chances are you heard the word “repentance” quite a few times. It isn’t a term we often use outside of a church context. It