Breaking up fights, cleaning up potty “accidents,” answering the question,”Why?” about one hundred times. Add to that dealing with meltdowns in stores, and dealing with someone making the same mistakes over and over. After a day like that, it’s easy to let you mouth vent your frustration, but it won’t make the situation any better. Continue reading…
Marriage is the process of two different people, from two different families, with two different sets of gifts, talents, abilities, IQs, likes, dislikes, and opinions becoming one. You don’t become one on your honeymoon.
It’s a lifetime process. Continue reading…
If you’re in the middle of something today, make sure you’ve taken it to God. Sometimes, we can get so caught up in “solving” our own problems that we limit God because we’re thinking of our ability to fix it. Continue reading…
The biggest weapon you and I will face is the lie. The only way to defeat the lie is with the truth.
Here is the exciting truth about the children of God:
Find out what God’s plan for your life is and stop believing the lies that you’ll never make it!
If you won’t take care of the little things in life, you won’t take care of the big things.
You’ll only want to do the “important stuff,” and that’s not the example Jesus set for us. Jesus left every person, every place, every situation better than He found it and we should too!
There are blessings tied to obeying God. One of those blessings is that He’ll cause you to always to have the upper hand and to always be on top if you’ll listen and obey Him.
A key to being effective and successful in life is sleep. Out of a 24-hour day, we will spend one-third of that time sleeping. If God designed us to spend that much time sleeping, then it must be important.
God’s plan for my life and your life is not based on us. It’s based on Him. God looked down through time, saw every sin we would ever commit, every lie we would ever tell, and yet He still has a divine plan for our lives. He will never erase it. Continue reading…
Children are a gift from God. It’s a privilege to raise the next generation. It’s also a big responsibility and there are many things we have to do every day.
Remember, you don’t FIND a great marriage. You BUILD one.
Use these four tips to build a strong marriage and enjoy the lifelong journey together!