For singles, Valentine’s Day can be a painful reminder that they don’t have a significant other to share it with. But February 14th doesn’t have to be a dreaded day. Lisa Anderson is the director of Boundless and Young Adults at Focus on the Family. She says that putting Valentine’s Day in perspective can help put your relationship status in perspective as well.
In Seen. Known. Loved., Dr. Gary Chapman and R. York Moore help readers find a consistent path to feel God’s love. Whether one has the primary love language of touch or quality time or acts of service, people can connect with God.“Every single person I’ve ever met has been deeply shaped either by love or lack of love,” says Moore. “And, second, every single person I’ve ever met desires to experience love differently, according to their love language.”
With the Beijing Olympic Games underway, there are those who are boycotting because of various human rights violations. Voice of the Martyrs host Todd Nettleton shares about a "prayer boycott" that is more of an opportunity to pray for persecuted believers in China than it is a boycott. CLICK HERE for ways that you can pray during the Olympics.
Tabi spent time asking Tom questions about what it is like to be married. The two of them took a light-hearted look at why marriage can be hard, and how to use those difficult moments to strengthen the relationship rather than tear it apart.
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