“Cancel anytime!” “No commitment!” “Contract free!”
While this may not be a bad thing when you’re talking about a cell phone carrier or a Google play account, it’s downright dangerous to apply this philosophy to marriage.
2,000 years later, as we once again approach the Easter season, I’d like to emphasize that the God, who had a purpose in allowing his Son to die as an apparent failure, also has a purpose in current world events.
The Bible tells us that a woman can either build up a family (house) or tear it down. This places a ton of responsibility on a wife’s shoulders. Her actions will either strengthen or weaken the bonds that hold her family together.
The signs are all around us: violence, extreme immorality, blatant homosexuality—every warning that God’s Bible predicts is walking the streets … More
In Bride Tree, the second installment of my thrilling series Secrets of Versailles, one of the lead protagonists makes a powerful observation.
The truest form of devotion is to love the most when we are hurt the worst. —Philippe, Bride Tree.
In a time where humanity appears to have forgotten the essential principles of commitment and fidelity, it is important to remember that each day offers us the chance to prove that love—real love—still exists.
Sex in marriage should be one of the greatest expressions of love. It’s power goes far beyond stimulating the senses. Sex, or more appropriately, making love, unites husband and wife both physically and spiritually.
Even heroes need a hiding place.
Today, make fear afraid of you.