My husband and I are very thankful for the team at Ramsey Solutions. As most of you know, Dave Ramsey has been teaching for 25 years about how to win with money. His motto is, "Live like no one else so that later you can live and give like no one else." Along with his … Continue reading you’ll work, but you’ll love it!
Over the summer, we've seen so many of our friends and family go through various life events, including buying houses and having children. We are genuinely happy for them. We know some of their stories, and the hard work and grace it took to get to where they are today, and we are so proud … Continue reading what about me?
There it was, right on cue. Pains ran through my stomach, instantly nauseating me. Isn't it suspicious that they always come when I'm about to walk into work? Sometimes I get them a little earlier, like when I get into the car or when I first wake up. But what are the chances that I … Continue reading how thoughts affect our health
I am blessed to say that I have great friends that just happen to be guys. But for some reason, that seems to be an enigma in our Christian culture. How can you be friends with someone of the opposite gender? If you're married, can you even have friends besides your spouse? After doing research (I'll post … Continue reading friends, brothers, or potential threats? how to deal with the opposite gender
We all need a reminder that our spouses are from God, ordained by God to walk through life with us and share in our ups and downs. We need to make time to appreciate what our spouses do on a regular basis, as thanks to God for blessing us with our life partners.
I'm anxious when I'm not recharged. It's called being burnt out. I need time alone, away from the noise, away from the stress, away from people. But, as I learned this past week, I need time connected, in the midst of my friends, in the midst of the party, in the midst of people.
How much attention do you give to your marriage? Is your marriage high on your priority list? Like a child requires constant attention and a change of schedule, you need to make time for your marriage, and make time for the man or woman who matters most to you.
Before I met my husband, I believed that my husband would cure my anxiety. For those who are single and waiting for a man to fix you, read this carefully: Marriage does not fix you. Only God can take your brokenness, redeem you, and make you new. But for those who are married, God can use your husband, however great or however flawed he is, to help in that sanctification process.
When a thought enters my head, it won't leave. But, now that I'm older, I have learned how to drown out the thoughts. It's called distraction.
I have the power, through Christ, to forgive others. I no longer have to hold grudges. I no longer have to let the bitterness of what others have done to me cloud the vision of the abundant life God has for me.