So much planning, so many details, all go into that one special day. The first day of the rest of your life. Oh, so much can go wrong. But will you let it? The truth is, anything can ruin your wedding. We live in a fallen world, and we interact with imperfect people. Think about all the … Continue reading This will RUIN your wedding…if you let it
In modern English, hope has become an empty word. For example, when one says, "I hope everything works out," there is no substance behind those words. The hope is not based on facts, circumstances, or even prayers! Therefore, when Paul says Love always hopes, what does he mean? I love learning other languages, so I'm thankful for … Continue reading Where is Hope Found?
Being married has been a source of healing from my past. Divorce, promiscuity, and affairs run rampant in our culture, but because of Jesus, we don't have to live like that anymore. However, one of the silent killers of marriage, which we always have to guard against, is a little thing called gossip. Call it … Continue reading What are You Fighting For?
Before I got married, I lived in a house full of women. The only man in the house was our male cat, Tyler. Given the fact that my mom, my sister, and I lived in close quarters together, we would talk about everything. My mom was a nurse and had a lot of unique experiences, … Continue reading Women Need Women
They say that when you get married, you're actually marrying a whole family. Our family has grown thanks to my in-laws!
Marriage is two people with two different pasts, likes, dislikes, hurts, family traditions, work habits, personality types, cravings, and desires, trying to live together in harmony. I don't even have harmony with myself sometimes; how can I have harmony with another person who isn't even like me? Glory to God, for only He can take a cube … Continue reading 5 Gifts You Can Give the Newlyweds You Love