We are just a few weeks into the new year and most of us are trying to recover from all of the Christmas spending. I was reading an article in the Washington Post by the columnist and now author of the 21 Day Financial Fast, Michelle Singletary. Ms. Singletary spoke about how people want to lose […]
He who has faith has…an inward reservoir of courage, hope, confidence, calmness, and assuring trust that all will come out well–even though to the world it may appear to come out most badly. B.C. Forbes What is our responsibility as Christians to pray for and believe in the best for ourselves, our loved ones and even […]
Love is HOLY
When two people marry, each person becomes holy to the other by way of holy matrimony. This means that no other person is supposed to enjoy this level of commitment and endearment other than you. Your heart should be bonded with your spouse. When you start to share your heart with someone else affairs can […]
CALLING ALL GODLY MEN!
I listened to this message by Pastor Paul Washer and wanted to share it with you. It will challenge you to rethink why you are married and to reflect if your actions are glorifying God. Please comment what you were challenged with.
Who’s Taking Care of You?
Have you ever flown on an airplane? If so, do you remember what the instructions are if there were to be a loss in cabin pressure? Well, I’ve never been a flight attendant (at least yet in this lifetime), but I use the analogy of being on an airplane to describe the importance of taking […]
What is Your Love Language?
Words of Affirmation I can’t tell you how many men and women have sat in my office and said to me, “I work my tail off every day, yet my spouse acts like I haven’t done a thing. I never get a single word of appreciation.” If your spouse’s primary love language is words of […]
It is important to start having kids help out with chores. Here is a guideline to use for different age groups: Ages 2 and 3 Personal chores Assist in making their beds Pick up playthings with your supervision Family chores Take their dirty laundry to the laundry basket Fill a pet’s water and food […]
Surviving Christmas as the Non-Custodial Parent
Christmas can be the most difficult time of the year to be without your child. Seeing all of the Christmas decorations and Santa’s in the malls, kids running around being festive about the holiday season can leave you feeling overwhelmed and depressed. Every parent wants to see their child wake up Christmas morning to open […]