Happy Hour

Since a half-marathon is 13.1 miles, we thought our half-marathon blogging challenge needed a .1 post. 🙂

Jolene Engle writes The Alabaster Jar marriage blog, and for the CMBA 1/2 Marathon Blogging Challenge she has been doing an amazing series on the 13 wives in the Bible we can learn from today.

In my opinion her posts are excellent and worth your time reading! So we’re featuring all thirteen posts for our Specials of the Week. Please be aware that you may get a warning when trying to open her blog. It is a safe site as I’ve been going there regularly without incident.

Here are the titles and links to each post: (Note the last two posts haven’t been published yet.)

The Wife of Influence
The Discouraging Wife
The Lying and Prideful Wife
The Worldly Wife
The Contentious and Jealous Wife
The Wife Who Placed a Higher Priority on Motherhood vs. Her Marriage
The Submissive Wife
The Wife Who Didn’t Nag, But Could Have
The Enticing Wife
The Wife Who Wasn’t a Doormat
The Respectful Wife
The Wife After God’s Own Heart
The Transformed Wife

Enjoy!

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This is our .1 post in the CMBA 1/2 Marathon Blogging Challenge to post for 13.1 days in October.

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About Debi Walter

Face it, marriage is hard work. But when cultivated daily the fruit produced will satisfy for a lifetime. We're here to help with ideas and encouragement along the way. Having been married 36 years and counting, we share what we've learned with practical tips, Biblical Truths, Date night ideas to help you plow your own vineyard for God's glory.
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4 Responses to Happy Hour

  1. Jolene Engle says:

    I humbled and honored, Debi! May the Lord be glorified in all of our marriages!

  2. Jolene Engle says:

    Hey, Debi, I clinked on your links and they came up fine with no spam warning, however, they are being directed to my mobile site. Perhaps that’s part of the problem? Not sure, your readers can click on the link at the bottom of my posts and it’ll take them to my web version. Just an fyi.

  3. Believe me when I tell you that Debi and Tom are the most romantic couple that I know. To know them is to love them. They really practice what they preach.

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