If you're looking for a way to move into the fall season with vision, unity, and clarity as parents, you may want to begin praying for each of your children individually as a couple. You might find that it brings you more in touch with each child and brings you closer together as a family. On Tuesday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, author, mother and grandmother, Susan Alexander Yates shares how she and her husband prayed for their kids this way and realized that it was having a positive impact on their marriage.
With September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, it’s important to not only acknowledge the reality and hardship of depression — but also to discuss how families and friends can support their loved ones that feel trapped. On Tuesday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, Paul Asay with Plugged In, has first-hand experience with the depths of depression. Not only has he cared for his son who struggles with mental illness, but he’s felt the effects of depression himself throughout his life. Don't miss this important discussion.
Susan Yates is a mom to five children (including a set of twins) and grandmother to 21 (including a set of quadruplets!). She has been married to her husband, John, for 50 years. They live in Falls Church, Virginia, a Washington D.C. suburb where John is the Senior Pastor of The Falls Church Anglican Church. She has written many books and speak on the subjects of marriage, parenting, faith issues, and women’s issues.
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