When a friend in her 50s began to share a prayer request about her adult children, my ears perked up. After all: I was friends with her children; I had…
If who we are is shaped by where we’ve been, then maybe our parents have shaped our adult lives more than we might think. Here’s what we can learn from what they didn’t tell us about growing up.
One woman reflects on being abandoned by her mother and what it has taught her.
Casey Hobbs writes about how an Avvett Brothers song showed him truths about his family and his Heavenly Father.
Richard Hillier writes a column for RELEVANT about learning to honor our parents—even when it seems like they’re trying to thwart us.