I want to share with you some personal relationship rules the Lord has taught me. After being widowed, I got married to Michelle eighteen months ago, and we have never had an argument to this day.
Our 45th wedding anniversary is upon us. That’s a lot of wonderful years together. We were sitting at the table this morning discussing
Last week someone asked me, “How do you keep a marriage alive?” Here is my answer.
Dr. John Gottman’s findings are amazingly consistent with biblical truth. We have said before that a good marriage is one that is filled with good will.
My Dad was not the type of guy to check with you before he made a decision. We would be driving down the road when all of a sudden he would pull in to a restaurant and say, “Let’s eat!” as he was getting out of the car…
What does it mean to have the heart of your husband safely trusting in you? We can spoil his trust and confidence in us through our poor conduct and conversation.
Today, I get emails and phone calls from women who are utterly depressed. I finally figured out why. They are singing the same tune I sang those 10 years ago: “What about ME?” Behold, the “Me” Monster!
My real-life miracle! When my husband and I met he had no idea I was a scarred and broken young girl. But what could have been a depressing life turned into a glorious life filled with beautiful works of art.
Gratitude bears witness to God’s greatness. It preaches him. “Therefore will I give thanks unto thee, O LORD, among the heathen, and sing praises unto thy name.” – Psalm 18:49
Your children need “hope” possibilities.