All tagged godly marriage
On a recent trip to Seoul, South Korea Jody and I had the strength of our marriage tested. Please enjoy this humorous story about one of the hottest nights of my life. LOL
Have you had any surprises in your marriage?
I know I have! Keep reading as I share the two biggest surprises in my marriage and how God is using them to redeem my husband and I!
Every year that we are faithful to our marriage covenant should be celebrated. We should do this in our church family- we should not only celebrate the Wedding but the overcoming of the day to day grind- that is marriage!
Keep reading and let’s CELEBRATE Marriage in our Communities Today!
Warnings are on most products we buy and activities that we do. Warnings are there for a reason- to keep us safe! God puts warnings in the Bible for the same reason. Keep reading as I unpack an important Biblical warning in Isaiah and how it applies to your marriage and mine.
1 Corinthians 13 is an important chapter on the “how to’s of love” but the first verse can’t be skimmed over. It is the crux of the entire chapter. It must be understood if we want our marriage to reflect the gospel.
Marriage is hard, I get that. But we do not have to depend on our own ability, we have God in this marriage covenant as well. If we ever truly embraced that thought- Christians would never divorce. Our marriages would be UNMOVABLE!
Today’s post is the second in a six part WordWashedWife series on prayer.
We have all faced times when we doubted that God was listening. If we are truthful, we can all say that we have had the feeling that sometimes our prayers just bounce off the ceiling. Today’s post addresses how to live through the spiritual dry times in your life- meet me at the peach!
I have always said MOTHERHOOD is synonymous with guilt and self-loathing! This must stop! No more should we think, I wish I baked cookies every week like Sally does, or I wish I was volunteering at the school every day like Jennifer or got to stay home with my kids like Molly. 😊 This must end.
I believe that fear plays a role in the dysfunction of many marriages today. Deep inside each one of us is a need for attachment with another human. Keep reading as I explore the effect fear may have on your marriage.
The pivotal moment in the marriage ceremony is when bride and groom make vows to God and then turn and make vows to each other. We should not take the covenant lightly, God surely doesn’t.
In today’s post, we will explore how birth order affects each of us and how we react to the stresses of marriage and living with a person who often sees the world through a different perspective.
During each Easter I find myself pondering deep questions. I wonder about Judas and he’s role in the betrayal of Christ. Could he have resisted, and what would have happened if he had? But this year, the question that keeps racing through my mind is about Jesus’s example of submission. How did He do it?
This post is very timely, as tomorrow I am facing the next big change. I am retiring. Cue the choir- "Hallelujah!" I have worked full time 28 of the last 32 years.
As much as I profess that GOD IS MY SOURCE, there is a part of me that also subconsciously thinks, “but I got it God, don’t worry about me.” When I want water I turn on the tap, out comes clean cool water. The City Water Board has never let me down.