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Are You A Weed-Puller Or A Weed-Ignorer?
I’m sitting at my computer and I can hardly move. Why? Because I spent and hour and a half weeding my garden this morning before it got too hot. Every time I weed I wonder why it is that I … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, communication, Conflict, Difficulty, Growing Strong Marriages, Priorities, Troubled Marriage Tagged Conflict in Marriage, Garden, God, Lord, marriage, Resolving Conflicts, Rose, Thought, Weed, Weed control Comments Off on Are You A Weed-Puller Or A Weed-Ignorer?
Confessions Of A Marriage Blogging Wife
My friend, Kate, who writes the One Flesh Marriage Blog along with her husband, Brad, started a challenge to all marriage bloggers. It is to write out 10 confessions of what your life really looks like on a daily basis. … Continue reading
Ever Had Mustgoes?
Sure you have! It’s the food leftover in your refrigerator that “must go,” before it goes bad. Well, marriages have mustgoes too. They are the things we allow too long in the fridge of our marriage, and they can go … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, communication, Conflict, Difficulty, Forgiveness, Growing Strong Marriages, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged God, Lord, marriage, relationship, Spouse, Thought 15 Comments
Thoughtfulness is always appreciated. Especially if the act is something the receiver really needs or wants. A spouse has the unique opportunity to be thoughtful in ways other people simply can’t because they aren’t close enough to see the need. … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Marriage, Growing Strong Marriages, The Gospel & Marriage Tagged God, marriage, Romance, Thought, Thoughtfulness 9 Comments
Entering The Quiet – A Bridled Tongue
I have always loved to talk–ask my family, ask my husband. It is something I enjoy doing. It wasn’t until the past few years though, when the Lord began arresting my attention in this area of my life. My words … Continue reading