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Every day I read many letters from women who are having trouble in their marriage. I also receive letters from women testifying of the victory they have received and of healing that has occurred. I have developed a lot of insight through reading these testimonies of successes and failures. My husband and I have searched the Scriptures to find answers for the many domestic issues that are presented to us. The causes of marital failure are many and varied. There is no one cause or single issue. The man is at fault just as much as the woman, but it… Read More
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Managing vs. Leadership

Managing vs. Leadership

Alexis Rowe

We make ourselves weak and heavy laden, troubled with a load of care, when we need to take it to the Lord in prayer. Don’t be a manager in your home; be a leader.

February 2016
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No More Bondage to FEAR

No More Bondage to FEAR

Michael Pearl

Don’t buy the line that brokenness or weakness is inherited personality. It is all in the kind of example you lay down and how you respond to them.

December 2015
2 comments
Joy Training

Joy Training

Rebekah Rising

As a wife and mother I find joy to be one of the most useful attributes a woman could have.

December 2015
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In Changing Myself, I Saw a Miracle

In Changing Myself, I Saw a Miracle

Dorcas

Dear Debi, Yesterday was a game changer for our marriage. I am married to a good man. He works very hard for us, and pays our bills on time. He provides for all our needs, and plays with the children—our six-year-old son wants so much to be just like Dad!

October 2015
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Old Yeller

Old Yeller

Erin Harrison

One morning I asked my husband, “Why do our kids yell so much?” He explained, “If you want them to be more peaceful, you must exemplify peace.”

August 2015
2 comments
Proverbs 31

Proverbs 31

Wanda Kay

The Proverbs woman can be found in every social, economic, and cultural setting. She is faithful to plant good seed and cultivate it every day.

August 2015
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Woman who wants her own way

To Obey Is Better

Anonymous

I was a bratty newlywed. As a new believer I loved God’s WORD and praying and everything to do with God—except honoring my husband.

May 2015
4 comments
James & Shoshanna

Becoming His Kind of Woman

Shoshanna (Pearl) Easling

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…

October 2014
12 comments
harrison girls

Virtuously Kind

Erin Harrison

The virtuous woman is kind. She does not get involved in idle chatter. Her words carry weight. They are well-thought-out and she has enough sense to say things to build others up.

October 2014
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Mark and Erin Harrison

Virtuous Conversation

Erin Harrison

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.

August 2014
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