If you’re married, your marriage is in trouble, or you believe your marriage is not as good as it could or should be, have you ever given any thought to the idea that many of your problems could come from…
A while back I was speaking and asked for a show of hands, “How many of the wives have had too much affirmation over the past month?”
Laughter broke out across the room. No, haven’t had too much of that.
“I identify as a Christian but I don’t go to church.”
“I identify as a Christian but I’m really not that into it, it’s more of a cultural thing.”
If you’re a Christian husband, you should think and pray on these words.
It’s not even 11 AM, and twice today my wife, Cetelia, has irritated me.
The first time happened about two hours ago when she spoke to me like she would speak to one of our kids.
Counseling pro tip for would be pastors: Tell people in no uncertain terms how utterly revolting they are then beat them about the face and neck with the Bible
Yesterday someone with 34 years of ministry experience basically told me and a blogging friend of mine that if he were counseling a man who is divorced and remarried, even if he had no details about the ex-spouse, the old… Read More ›
Thank you for my marriage. You have used it more than anything else in my life to teach me about You. Thank you for using my spouse to show me how to be more patient, kind, gentle and loving.
Have you ever wondered about the personal histories of people who have influenced the world in negative ways – philosophically or politically? I have. I’ve harbored a long-held suspicion that influential people who have shaped the world for the worse… Read More ›
The most recent study shows that currently 40-50% of marriages will end in divorce. Yes. That’s half. Here’s the deal. If you woke up tomorrow morning and heard on the news that you had a 40-50% chance of getting mauled by a bear when you leave your house…