With a little investment of time, these ideas can help give your children an "ultimate gift."
Character building is hard work, but it pays off big time in the lives of our children.
Enjoy your holidays this year by simplifying your priorities.
Here are some of our best ideas, plus a few new ones, to help you make this Thanksgiving a holiday to remember.
Are you happy with the way your family celebrates the holiday? Here are some ideas to keep it from becoming just another day.
Our problem in America is not that we don't know we are to be thankful, but often we choose to complain instead.
What husbands and wives are saying about each other this Thanksgiving.
Barbara Rainey talks about her book consisting of true stories designed to teach children the beauty of gratitude.
Barbara Rainey encourages families to ask questions designed to help guests think thoughtfully about all their blessings.
Barbara Rainey recalls the moment in her mothering when she realized that her children must be her priority.
This recipe became a family tradition for Thanksgiving brunch.
We need to guide our children and grandchildren into the habit of giving thanks in all things.
Tips for making this holiday season more enjoyable.
Expressing gratitude for all God has done for me.
How to protect your family from holiday stress.
As my children grew up, I was determined to make this holiday a time for celebrating faith, family, and freedom.
Would others say you’re a grateful person?
Are you grateful in the hard times?
Thanksgiving is getting closer, but is your heart prepared?
Do you praise God even in the bad times?
Sometimes it takes a story to jar us to reality.
Are you modeling gratitude for your kids?
Do you know anyone who grumbles and complains?
Would you like your children to be more grateful?
Thanksgiving is only one day a year, but what a great day for remembering all God has done!
The Raineys talk about some of the Rainey Thanksgiving traditions that set the day apart from all other holidays.
Americans began celebrating Thanksgiving over three centuries ago.
Who were the Pilgrims, and how did they get to America?
How do you cultivate a grateful heart?
Jack Cavanaugh and Ruth Tucker share their knowledge of the Puritans.