A wife should act in a way that her husband feels she is the best gift to her husband outside of salvation and a husband should treat his wife as though she were exactly that.
How you've failed isn't the most important thing. It is your response to defeat that determines your true greatness.
I thought it would be helpful to identify some of the fastest ways to kill your marriage and, conversely, to provide alternative approaches that can help your relationship bloom eternally.
Big dreams don't have to equal big pressures. As I write this post, I am preparing for my debut novel, "Twiceborn's" book launch in a local French cafe, participating in promotional events, preparing for a radio interview and a dozen other tasks. This has been a dream of my life for a number of years …
Way back in May, I did a Top Ten Tuesday post that talked about some of the things I wanted to see more of in Christian fiction. (You can read that post here.) Number three on that list was non-US historical fiction, particularly European historical fiction, which is one of the reasons I’m excited to introduce you to my guest today. You could say he’s making my wish come true, because the book we’re discussing today is set in 17th Century France!
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I remember my eight-year-old daughter looking outside with slumped shoulders and saying "Aw, now we can't have our kids day." But just at that moment, her four-year-old brother jumped up and said: "Don't worry guys, God can stop the rain!"
No matter how much you love your spouse there will be moments where you disagree. Sometimes it's over the smallest things and sometimes it's over major obstacles. But regardless of the reason for your disagreements, there is a peaceful and helpful system that can diffuse things before they go too far. I call it the …
My high school guidance counselor has an indelible place in my memory. Unfortunately, I don't mean that in a good way. I sat across from him in a small cubby that somehow functioned as an office. Dim, yellow light provided just enough light for him to find my name on his roster of students. But not even the dim light could not hide his disbelief when I told him that I wanted to finish high school early so I could jump-start my college career and marry the girl of my dreams.