Families come in all shapes and sizes. Blended families bring both richness and complexity to both the large and very small aspects of family life. But even if family problems weigh heavily on your heart, rest assured that you can find a way to improve the love and connection within your family.
Listen as Ken Davis, who was adopted as an infant, describes the thrill of finding his birth parents just in time to see his birth father, David Johnston, through a life-saving open-heart surgery.
She'd been in foster care with 14 families, some of whom had been abusive, before a loving couple adopted her. Could she learn to share that kind of love with children of her own?
A newly divorced mom and her kids, struggling with the disruption in their lives, find healing and hope by serving others at a community Thanksgiving dinner.
Follow these tips to encourage communication across generations and prepare for the difficult conversations.