We all love praise. Frankly, encouragement can drive us to higher heights. But husbands and wives often verbalize criticism instead … More
Can you think of the last time you heard a stranger whistling as he/she walked down the road? Do neighbors give you a genuine smile when they see you? It seems to me that we’ve become a lot less happy as a society–and that includes kids.
It is so important for both husband and wife to recognize that they are one unit. This simple concept, when applied to all that we do and say, has the power to revolutionize your marriage.
We all need someone to listen to us; a voice to help guide us through the dark places in our lives. But none of us will hear that voice if we are presenting and reacting to the ordinary.
Writing allows me to harness the awe-inspiring power of creativity; it allows me to create the ultimate lesson. I can breathe life into fictitious characters, create a compelling story-line and then-poof! a lesson that just might alter a reader’s life for the better is born.
I have been blessed to be happily married for over a decade but I realize that there are millions of couples who have not enjoyed the benefits of a lasting, faithful marriage. In my historical christian fiction novel Twiceborn I examine the effects of infidelity in married couples but over the next three posts I would like to identify compelling causes for infidelity on the part of men and strategies that women can use to fight back.
Now I know it’s a little late on Valentine’s Day to write this post but I’ve been super busy-it’s tax season in the USA and…well..I’m sure if you’re a taxpayer you understand! 🙂 The big question is:
What do diamonds, gardens and relationships have in common?
About two weeks ago my family and I were getting ready for our commute home from church when my daughter blurted out: “Are we going to Aunty Esther’s house?”