Biblical Stories on Family

Families come in all shapes and sizes. Blended families bring both richness and complexity to both the large and very small aspects of family life. But even if family problems weigh heavily on your heart, rest assured that you can find a way to improve the love and connection within your family.

She had a special bond with her husband’s grandmother. After perusing some scrapbooks, she learned the reason why.

Preparing to adopt four children, she was anxious about her family’s changing dynamic, until the miracles started rolling in.

She didn’t know how to comfort her anxious mother. Then a childhood memory—and a prayer—saved the day.

The festive decoration was just what they needed for their first Christmas as a blended family.

When his Pops finally stopped drinking at age 67, the Today show news anchor got acquainted with the man he barely knew.

After countless pleas to God for a baby girl, He delivered miracles to her family for Christmas.

She asked God to bring her twin sons together and then the pandemic happened. 

An expert from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation offers tips on how parents can help keep their children happy, healthy—and safe.

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We can’t begin to know what our children will become, but we can share what matters to us.

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We can learn so much about parenting and faith from the biblical father, who raised God’s only Son. 

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