Going away with anyone for the first time can be an elightening experience. Whether it is a new boyfriend or girlfriend, close friends, the new in-laws, your home group or a group of strangers, there is nothing like spending a concentrated amount of time in a confined space to bring out the best and worst in people. Here are my top tips for surviving.
While I often have kind and appreciative thoughts about the people around me, I don't always share them.
If you're married, perhaps you'd like to take time during Lent to invest in your relationship. Here are 40 ideas to get you started or you might want to come up with your own.
How healthy is your church leader's marriage - assuming they are married? (And why you should care)
How do we make sure that we are living out our vow to "cherish" our partner?
Sarah Abell gives some advice on how to keep the peace this Christmas.
How can we focus more on God and remove some of the stress and friction before and during our family Christmas?
Sarah Abell offers five ways to make sure your focus is on God.
Sarah Abell reflects on some painful experiences and how she found freedom in Christ.
Sarah Abell on the inter-dependency of marriage.
What if we avoided criticism, gossip and hurtful comments and instead spoke words that encourage others, build them up and speak to their potential?
Sarah Abell shares seven tips on helping our children to use technology positively and safely.
However strong you feel your marriage is, no one is completely affair proof. Sarah Abell has some advice.
Are you building and strengthening your marriage, or are there behaviours which are causing harm?
The act of pausing and looking back allows you to take stock and to think about all that you have to be grateful for as well as considering lessons you have learnt or would like to learn before launching into 2016.