Sometimes the best way to love each other (besides praying for one another) is to remember we’re all works in progress. Then perhaps we can move toward bearing with each other for more than five seconds at a time.Continue reading →
Rather than allowing the devil to deceive us, we must grasp what Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross means for us – for you – personally. Spending time reading and meditating on Romans 6 and 8 will help us grow in our understanding. Don’t rush through. Spend as much time as it takes to really dig in.Continue reading →
Even if you think it won’t work because you’ve tried it before, risk trusting God’s love for you, one more time. If necessary, call someone who has a close relationship with God and ask them to pray with you and help you find God’s rest.Continue reading →
If you are a child of an imperfect, yet a sincerely caring parent, what would you like to say to your mom or dad ~ or both?
If you are one of those imperfect parents, yet sincerely tried to be a good mom or dad, what would you like to say to your children?Continue reading →
When we respond generously (rather than reacting) when our husbands behave in less than loving ways, we can demonstrate a level of maturity that will earn their respect. When we cease to nitpick our husbands for not being as “perfect” as we are, imagine how it will change the way they feel about coming home at night.Continue reading →