Oh, will they ever learn, These kids I'm trying to raise? When will they take responsibility, So I can give them praise?
Proverbial Family: Enjoying Sexual Intimacy in Marriage
Because if scripture doesn't shy away from the subject of sexual intimacy, neither should we. It's God's blessing of marriage, the rejoicing of two being one, the satisfying of desires, and the exhilaration of passionate love.
Proverbial Family: Using Electronics While Guarding Our Hearts
I love and I hate all of them. The TV, the computer, the smart phone, the iPad, the PS4...any electronic.
Proverbial Family: Answering the Whys
Why? It's the question asked over and over by every child. It can become pretty exhausting trying to answer every why, yet answering why needs to become a priority and habit of every parent. Why? Because actions have consequences, and the best instructions we can give our children are those that explain the consequences. Why? … Continue reading Proverbial Family: Answering the Whys
Proverbial Family: The Foundation
Knowledge. Oh I thought I had knowledge when I got married. I knew just who I was going to be, who my husband was going to be, and how our children would be.
Proverbial Family: Special Series
I've been wanting to write more posts in relation to the family, namely marriage and parenting. And so, I'm going to begin a special series called "Proverbial Family" that focuses on Proverbs as a resource for enhancing family instruction and relationships.
A Million Little Things Has One Big Thing Wrong!
“Love each other”....WHAT?! That was Jon’s last voicemail to his best friend, Eddie, who was having an affair with his wife, before Jon committed suicide in the new ABC series A Million Little Things? A blessing to continue on in a relationship that was breaking every promise he and his wife had made in their … Continue reading A Million Little Things Has One Big Thing Wrong!
The Longing of a Father
We raise our kids — teaching them continually — spending hours and hours of godly instruction — hoping that they will follow God and not the world. However, in the end it is their choice.
From Martha to Mary
Unfortunately, it took me having a disease to force me to slow down and breath.
Poem: Arise Widow’s Son
Alone, Her husband dead; Now the widow is at the gate, Her only son in his burial bed.