How faithful and consistent are you in your prayer life? That can be a tough question to answer for many of us. I know that I struggle to keep prayer in its rightful place as a daily and meaningful practice in my life. When I do make the time to pray and have a wonderful
With all the talks about our debt ceiling, government spending, and the floundering economy, the fiscal state of our nation is on everyone’s mind.
How did things get so messed up? Well, aside from the sub-prime mortgage debacle, I think there is another issue that is undermining our financial well-being as Americans: the breakdown of the traditional family.
I hope next time you hear someone use the word “vocation” it reminds you of your own calling from God. Don’t ever forget where your marriage belongs in your long list of priorities in life. And strive everyday to treat your spouse like a true member of the Trinity that has been created just for you.
Do you ever take the time to reflect on all of the blessings in your life? It’s truly the little things that make our relationships and our lives so special!
This post is part of the Happy Wives Club Blog Tour which I am delighted to be a part of along with hundreds of inspiring bloggers. To learn more and join us, CLICK HERE! If you had no preconceived notions, and you spent even one day simply watching television, reading magazines and browsing the social
Note: This is a guest post from Regi Campbell. Marriage can feel pretty easy when you are feeling the love. When both of you are feeling the love, it seems effortless. But when you don’t feel it, marriage feels much different. It feels like a trap. A cage. We think, “I’m stuck in here with
A happy marriage requires a lot of different skills. From clear communication and empathy to more mundane tasks like budgeting and cleaning the house, leading a family really does involve a long list of talents and abilities. It can be a bit overwhelming to consider all that’s required of us on a weekly or even
There are millions of people in the world who don’t believe in marriage. There are billions who don’t believe all the same things about marriage that you believe. I may even be one of them. Hopefully, your spouse is not. I know that most people in the world, in the United States, in my town
As I reflect back on the past week, I realize just how lucky we are to be able to celebrate Christmas with our three kids at the ages of one, four and almost seven years old. I don’t know how many more years we’ll have while they still believe in the magic of Santa Claus,
This guest post is written by my friend Lori D. Lowe, marriage blogger at MarriageGems and author of First Kiss to Lasting Bliss: Hope & Inspiration for Your Marriage, out Dec. 8, 2011. After interviewing happily married couples across the U.S. who have overcome adversity and been strengthened by it, one of the twelve overarching