When I was a kid, my dad built our house from the foundation to the roof—with his own hands. It took him five years of weekends and pay-as-he-went trips to the hardware store, but in the end, my parents moved into a sparkling new home filled with sunshine and a deep sense of accomplishment.
Building wasn’t easy. But it was worth it.
I feel the same way about my relationships.
In parenting, marriage, friendships—we have a choice. We can build others up or tear them down. Which are you in the habit of doing?
Today on For the Family, I’m sharing some key Bible insight on the importance of building up our loved ones—and what that looks like in daily life. Join me there for the full story.