Vibrant Christian families, where the joy of the Gospel is celebrated each day, are a powerful evangelizing tool for a society that is battling loneliness and depression. The future of the church depends on it details this article from The Leaven.
Some parents have lost faith in traditional schools, others fear exposing their kids to the coronavirus — and the broad exodus could further weaken America's struggling public education system. More on how this affects the family dynamic at this link from Axios.
Dinnertime now lasts 15 minutes longer than it did before the pandemic began, according to a recent study of over 2,000 people. This family time is critical to the health and overall wellbeing of the American family. Check out these statistics on how family meals are evolving.
All of the family strengths are interconnected and are impossible to separate. What unites the strengths is that each is founded upon a sense of positive emotional connection. Learn more about how the families in your church can harness these strengths through this article from Family Strengths.
Ever heard the term "opposites attract." The reality is that people sometimes don't pick partners that share all their habits and preferences. Help couple's in your church navigate these differences with these strategies from Focus On The Family.