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Wife, blogger, and mother Rachel Jankovic shares about the joys of motherhood and her new book Fit to Burst.
She successfully raised four children, one of whom is a superstar NBA player. Today she shares lessons on purpose and determination.
Combining work responsibilities with motherhood can be challenging. A growing number of mothers are developing home businesses to lighten the load. And being a "momprenuer," as it's called, has its own set of challenges and rewards…
Women today are moms, wives, business moguls, and everything in between. As someone well aquainted with doing too much, Sheila Walsh offers advice on how to leave your super hero image behind.
Rebecca Hagelin on 'Cultural Terrorism'
Pat Robertson and Kristi Watts answer the following question: As a mother how do I teach my young boys to respect women and not fall prey to how the mass media portrays them?
Lisa Ryan and Gordon Robertson answer the following Bring It On questions: Am I supposed to be single since I've never had a boyfriend? Am I being selfish?
Thousands of suicide bombers in Gaza and the West Bank attack Israelis and a growing number of women.
Kim's modeling career brought her great fame and hosting TV Land's "She's Got the Look" is her current celebrity fame.
Charlene Israel reports on the rising trend of unmarried people adopting orphans.
Priscilla Shirer, Tony Evans' daughter, explains how she hears from God.
Tammy Dahl was a stripper who got pregnant. She was considering an abortion when a former co-worker who was a new Christian intervened.
The host of Thailand’s 700 Club shares about the new joys and challenges in her life.
Author and TV host Sam Haskell tells how his mom's teachings on faith afueled his success.
Former top model Kathy Ireland discusses how she understands and shares the concerns of busy moms and making faith a priority.
America has plenty of political correctness, but nothing like Germany, where it has ruled the culture for years. But there are signs things are changing.
Often, teens facing unexpected motherhood see scorn from their peers and their own families. But through Teen MOPS, churches are stepping in to help.