We often say that we don’t have enough time to do certain things. In reality, it’s probably less about time and more about energy. If we are not intentional, our marriage will keep moving down the list and we won’t have the energy to keep our marriage relationship healthy. (Click the title to read the full post.)
In this week leading up to Easter, it seems fitting to talk about forgiveness. After all, Jesus died for our sins so that we would be forgiven and have a relationship with God.
So, why do you need to forgive your spouse? (Find out by clicking on the title to read the complete post.)
Last week, the leader of a men’s group focused our discussion on Colossians 3. He made the comment that before we step into our roles as a husband, father, business owner, employee, or any other role in life, we are instructed to put on our “uniform:” (Click on the title for the complete post.)
How much is your marriage influenced by circumstances? Do circumstances affect your mood or how you view your spouse and marriage? Is it possible that you are actually being controlled by your circumstances? If so, it could be an indication that you are not grounded appropriately. (Click on the title to read the full post.)
There are ads running in Ohio about the opioid crisis that ask people if they are living in Denial, Ohio, where they are denying that it exists where they live. The point is to get people to admit that opioid abuse is a problem so that they take steps do something about it.
I started thinking about how this concept might apply to marriage. (Click on the title to read full post.)