A few weeks ago I reviewed the edits to my debut Christian fiction novel Twiceborn and I must say that I was NOT happy. It's amazing to me how what seems to be correct and is even accepted can be so totally against the rules of grammar. Of course I am grateful for every flaw that was pointed out because it's all working to make my novel a success but it is humbling to realize that, despite my long experience as a writer, I make a good amount of grammatical mistakes. Then I began to realize just how much like a manuscript our lives actually are.. ..
It's not enough to KNOW you trust your spouse, you have to SHOW that you trust your spouse.
They're out there every day; little soldiers facing a world that is devoted to their destruction. Unseen enemy arrows zip by them like fiery darts hour after hour, in school, on the bus, on the playground and in the stores. Who are they? My children. My future. My world.
Men breathe respect like we do air and, for some of us, it's even more important than sex. But respect and your paycheck have a lot in common: both have to be earned.
Kids are such a blessing!
Imagine a marriage in which neither the man or woman says "I love you." Ever. Sad, right?
A large part of manhood is leadership. Good leadership doesn't mean that you can boss everyone around but it does mean that you accept the responsibility of making the best choices possible, living with the consequences of your actions, and being an example for others to follow. While modern American society appears to have put …
We should treat marriage as though it were a priceless house that requires your constant attention in order to keep it at tip-top shape and even increase its value.