Love Your People Well

Resources for Christian Family Life

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Don’t deal with your family struggles alone. Christian family life is hard work! I’ve written these devotionals from my 10+ years of experience as a Christian counselor helping marriages and families thrive. Each devotional brings biblical wisdom into a common struggle of everyday family life. 

Whether it’s a prayer journaling template, biblical affirmation cards for kids, or family Bible study guides, you’ll find a quick, printable resource to help you in everyday family life.

I love pulling out my Hope Planner each morning. It’s a prayer journal and planner in one. Keep God first, stay on top of family priorities, and still get the to-do list done!

let's build the family life you've always wanted

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It all starts here. Is your Christian family life centered in Christ? Grab some faith resources here.

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Grow closer as you build your family together. You'll find helpful Christian marriage resources here.

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The little years don't last long. Make the most of them! Enjoy the parenting resources here.

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Home & Family

This is what it's all about: home life and family life. You'll find some great resources here.

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Christian family life brings joy and struggle. These resources will help you learn to manage hard emotions.

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Build connection, not conflict. Grab a resource for building communication skills here.

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bring on the books

I used to work with a counselor who would say, “A $10 book can be worth ten counseling sessions.” It’s true! Books are the cheapest, easiest, and one of the best ways to grow. 

  1. Get a Bible you like.
  2. My favorite daily devotional is Nancy Guthrie’s The One Year Praying Through the Bible for Your Kids
  3. Robert McPhee’s book Search for Significance: Seeing Your True Worth Through God’s Eyes is one I recommend all the time as a counselor. (The book includes a workbook for going deeper.)
  4. Gary Thomas’s “Sacred” series is great:  Sacred Marriage and Sacred Parenting, as well as Sacred Search for those dating or engaged. They are easy to read and Christ-centered.
  5. Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No, To Take Control of Your Life as well as the other Boundaries books by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend are all really helpful.

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