If I were to ask you what equals a family, what would you say?
For many of us, our cultural and lexical understanding of the word family tends to be summed up well by Dictionary.com’s definition of the word. This online source describes a family as “a basic social unit consisting of parents and their children.” While families come in all different shapes and sizes in our society, there’s one common factor among them all. That’s right: children.
Right? Well …
Today I’m over at Focus on the Family’s Boundless exploring this idea of what equals a family and what that means for married couples. So head over to Boundless and read my article, “You + Me = Family” and then share with me your thoughts. Do you agree with me? Or maybe you disagree. Share why.