By popular demand, Mark and Christine Daniel, Directors of FamilyLife UK will continue the conversation about resolving our conflicts in healthier ways. Hear about how they struggle with little every day disagreements, have come close to divorce, and learned how to forgive and rebuild trust.
Couples Talk PLUS via Zoom – 25 May
By popular demand, Mark and Christine Daniel, Directors of FamilyLife UK will continue the conversation about resolving our conflicts in healthier ways. Hear about how they struggle with little every day disagreements, have come close to divorce, and learned how…
Meet the Angels … Junior and Allison Angel
Meet Junior and Allison Angel, FamilyLife facilitators and hosts of the new webinar: COUPLES TALK.
How to move through anxiety to building resilience
Mental health expert Sandy Trzcinski helps you understand anxiety plus shares practices to find peace and build resilience.
Lockdown: looking after myself and my family
Lockdown is hard on everyone so we've gathered our TOP TIPS for looking after yourself, looking after your relationship with your partner and looking after children.
Thriving marriages in a ‘virtual’ Together group
One couple shares advice on how they used zoom to create a virtual 'Together' group for couples to invest in their marriages.
Meet Cavell and Reah. This young couple have blown me away with how intentional they are about investing in their marriage, for their transparency, energy and passion. Their faith is clearly important to them and they are becoming leaders and influencers with a heart for fellow millennials. I was excited to interview them. How did […]
“Oikos”. Sounds like something you’d shout out in a market to catch a friend’s attention, doesn’t it? Or maybe not! This greek word became the focus of much excitement at Familylife’s Vision & Equipping (V&E) this year, because the word is full of meaning and hope. Oikos can mean “house” or “descendents“. There is a […]
The third Monday of January – 20 January in 2020 – is sometimes known as ‘Blue Monday’, supposedly the most depressing day of the year due to a combination of post-Christmas blues, cold dark nights and the arrival of unpaid credit card bills. Although it is debated how accurate this is, January is certainly a […]