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The Not-So-Sweet Truth About Chocolate

As a chocoholic, I’ve often reveled in the knowledge that dark chocolate is considered a healthy treat—and even a “super food.”  Sadly, it turns out that chocolate really isn’t as healthy as we’ve been led to believe.

So what ARE the benefits of chocolate?  What are we chocoholics to do?

Trusting God With Your Child

For those parents struggling to know whether to send their children to public school or home-school - you're not alone.  Here's one parent's candid skirmish with God on what to do - and His surprising response!

5 Tips for Remodeling in Today's Market

Remodeling is challenging - especially when there's a shortage of materials or quality labor.  If you’re planning a home remodel or construction project, here are some vital things to consider from professional remodelers to avoid frustration and ensure your vision comes to life.

Millennial Parents Struggle with High Cost of Living

As a parent, you have many financial responsibilities to balance, but planning for the future can help prevent unforeseen expenses from tipping your scales.  Better money management today can lead to brighter financial future.

7 of the Greatest Needs of a Wife

I have learned some principles that run fairly consistent within each marriage. There are common needs most men and women bring to a marriage in order to make the marriage the best it can be.

Here are 7 of the greatest needs of a wife.  Men, are you paying attention?

Why We Don't Spend Time With God

We too can forsake being in the presence of God in order to check off our long to-do lists. We also can get wrapped up in the details of duties and responsibilities and never pause long enough to receive nourishment from the Word.

KEEPING FIT AND HAVING FUN AS WE AGE

Regular physical activity at any age can help you live longer, feel better and reduce health problems. But far too many people, including baby boomers, don't get the exercise they need.  Here's how boomers can find ways to get their bodies moving so they can live longer, healthier lives.

Ease Kids Back into School with Confidence

If you think starting or transferring to a new school might be difficult for your child, consider these strategies to help ease both of you into a more comfortable place and build confidence for a successful school year.

4 Rules to Simplify Christian Dating

Singles:  when we place our practices above Biblical principles, it’s a recipe for disaster.

I want to suggest that we can make this whole dating thing a lot simpler and less confusing by simply holding fast to the clear, relatively few principles spelled out in Scripture. What are those principles?

How Do I Keep My Kids Safe Online?

Getting your child a smartphone because "everyone has one" creates a massive responsibility for parents.  Today's smartphones mean our children carry around 24/7 computers - along with all the Prevalent dangers to their well-being, mental and moral health, and safety.

Here are 5 ways we can begin to keep our kids safe online....

Should You Wear Sunscreen? Know the Risks

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who wear sunscreen or sunblock every day, we need to talk. Even if you're careful, you still may be doing yourself more harm than good.

Here are a few facts you should know about sunscreens:

5 Ways to Leave the Supermarket Without Overspending

You believe that you can simply dash in to pick up the infamous few things.  But it turns out the grocery store ends up being the place where you do most of your overspending - on a weekly basis!

Find out some practical ways to reduce your grocery bill and get a handle on your weekly budgeting. 

5 Ways to Keep Marriage Strong

Marriage is no walk in the park. It is a road full of really hard choices, ridiculous selflessness, and constant service.  My husband and I take this seriously, and try to live out this kind of love each and every single day.  More than anything, we have committed to five things to keep our marriage strong…

10 Tips to Stop the Summer Slide

Learning shouldn’t stop just because school is out. In fact, stepping too far away from the books can result in a learning loss. However, research has shown that encouraging kids to read just six books, or 20 minutes a day, over the summer can help prevent the summer slide.

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