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Bridging the family gap

Bridging the family gap

BOOKS | Why aren’t we having the children we say we want?

BOOKS | Author suggests pacing work—and focusing on quality

In Bad Therapy, Abigail Shrier discusses pitfalls of therapy and gentle parenting

BOOKS | Leif Enger’s latest novel makes the lyrical seem everyday


BOOKS | Finding forgiveness before it’s too late

BOOKS | A novelist’s take on Genesis will challenge her fellow liberals

BOOKS | How children become “emotional hypochondriacs”

Only with Jesus as his Master can a person find true freedom

George MacDonald’s The Princess and the Goblin is one of the first fantasy books written for children

Limiting screen time and encouraging a life of discovery will increase confidence and reduce anxiety for children