Category Archive: marriage

The Mind of Christ

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There are three classes of people, or three ways that people relate to the Spirit of God. The natural person is what everyone naturally is: deficient in the ability to understand the things of the… Continue reading

Heavenly Dad

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My children, all in their thirties at this writing, still call me “Dad.” I could be in a crowded place with throngs of people, but if I heard “Dad”, called out by a… Continue reading

Praying God’s Will for Your Marriage

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Many helpful books have been published on the topic of praying for your spouse and your marriage, providing a myriad of wonderful resources. But for me, the most prolific prayers to pray are direct from… Continue reading

Building a Solid Foundation for Marriage

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I was visiting a home once that had foundation issues. Due to the shifting of the house, there were cracks in the drywall near the front door, lending an obvious uneven feel. The… Continue reading

Deepening Your Marriage Friendship (Pt.3) Friends of the Cross

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Jesus gives us a definition of true community, which I believe is also a major key to marital unity. “Then his mother and his brothers came to him, but they could not reach… Continue reading

Deepening Your Marriage Friendship (Pt.2) Enforcing the Peace.

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You may have surmised, from reading Part One in this series, that I failed to mention any practical friendship building tools. Over the years, my belief has been reinforced, that understanding and establishing… Continue reading

Deepening Your Marriage Friendship

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I’m guessing this will be a series, stemming in part from the angst in my heart, over casualties witnessed first-hand in the realm of Christian marriage and family. The deepest ache has been… Continue reading

Valleys of Glory

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Ezekiel is a man that experienced firsthand the glory of God. He was even given a scroll with writing front and back, just like Jesus in Revelation, chapter five. How cool is that!?… Continue reading

Is Your Marriage Exciting?

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Deficit thinking will always be one of the enemy’s tools, to back us into a corner of discontentment. A skewed view of what excitement is, makes us vulnerable to thinking that we have… Continue reading

Die Small, Die Often

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It’s called “lake effect snow.” A cold air mass moves across warmer lake water, picking up vapor from the lake. As the vapor rises up through the colder air, it freezes and deposits… Continue reading