By Christina Morrison, volunteer for the Pregnancy Care Centre Each and every day we are forced to make choices. These choices can be simple, such as what to eat for breakfast, or they can be complicated, such as what career to choose. The choices we make often go on to produce a ripple effect in […]
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Being a mom is no easy task, regardless of your circumstances, but certainly the endeavor is a much more challenging one when you have little or no support from family and are on your own.
Anna is a New York wife and mama. She frankly talks about how much a child really costs, and the expenses and pressures we add unnecessarily.
The Drop Box, a new documentary from Focus on the Family Canada, tells the story of Pastor Lee John-rak’s mission to save rejected or disabled babies.
In celebration of this passing year, we’ve asked some of the women who’ve come to us to share their all-around favourite moment of 2014.
June Gillrie recently brought us back to a poignant scene in Canadian history.
“You ate what with what?” Pregnancy is a weird and wonderful time, and that little one inside will drive you to the kitchen at all times for the day to satisfy cravings you never knew were possible.
With encouragement and support, teen moms can care for their children and complete their education. See how one teen mom made it happen!
In the follow-up to her first piece, Mandy examines the notion of sexual compatibility. Read her insights on what we're really looking for in a sexual partner, and the science of sexual bonding.
Mandy Dobbelmann on how our culture has used and abused sex. Here's why it should be treated as valuable, just as you yourself are valuable.