224 POSTS 0 COMMENTSAshleigh Slater is the author of the books, Braving Sorrow Together: The Transformative Power of Faith and Community When Life is Hard and Team Us: The Unifying Power of Grace, Commitment, and Cooperation in Marriage. She loves to combine the power of a good story with practical application to encourage and inspire readers.
Here are some practical actions you can take to learn how to daily love your spouse in the little things.
Is there such a thing as a “perfect” couple? Actually, yes! And, in them, we see modeled three qualities every marriage needs.
How can you and I strive to respond in a gracious manner when we don’t feel like the other person deserves it? Here are three kind ways to respond to rude people.
Here are three ways to navigate personality clashes with others.
Our kids need greater amounts of praise than correction from us. A communication sandwich helps us accomplish this.
Here are three reasons it's important to laugh together as a family.
Toy Story 4 is a film about belonging and purpose that’s as much for adults as it is for kids. Maybe even more so.
Here are a few talking points to help you have meaningful conversations with your kids after seeing 'Captain Marvel.'
Even though our locations may seem random at times, God has you and me where we are for a reason. Here are 3 ways you can make the most of where you live.
Every year in December, there are moments when I feel like my husband Ted is a regular Grinch compared to my Buddy the Elf.
How can parents create a memorable and enjoyable holiday season for the entire family? Here are three traits.
Our everyday work matters, and here's the simple reason why.
If you want to feel more connected on a daily basis in your marriage, make shared activities a priority. Here are some tips on how to do that.
What did I walk away from "Ferdinand" talking about with my daughter? Here are two takeaways.
Do you have a tween who's excited about Star Wars: The Last Jedi? If so, here are three parent-tween conversation starters from the film that are sure to get you talking.
If you and your spouse struggle to face the holidays together, here are five ways to navigate the season hand-in-hand.
Why is Pixar's animated movie COCO the perfect family film? For me, there is one simple reason which I think you'll appreciate too.
Here are three things to help you and your spouse better parent as a team.