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.
“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!
She was the one. The only one that understood the magnitude of my struggles. The depth of pain it caused to the extent of hope it drew out. She was my sweet sister, mother in the faith, and inspiring friend — Deb. Deb related to me on a level that no one else had. Being … Continue reading She Got It
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.
Unfortunately, it took me having a disease to force me to slow down and breath.
Alone, Her husband dead; Now the widow is at the gate, Her only son in his burial bed.
A couple deep in love, With stars in their eyes, A future so hopeful; Do I still have these ties? The godly minister, Gives the covenant roles, Guidance from their Creator; Am I upholding our souls? Promises are pronounced, Vows to always stay true, Even through great hardships; Have I seen mine through? Weddings are … Continue reading Poem: Weddings Are Convicting
Wives, your husband needs the recognition of your trust where deserving.
This is an honest rendition of my personal struggle from hours of study trying to genuinely understand Paul's instruction on head covering. It is dire that every Christian diligently devote attention and study to these passages to do their best in obeying God. To be a Corinthian, To know the initial question, To understand the … Continue reading Poem: The Head Covering Question
Here we go again. Another worship service that I didn't get to participate in. All they did was squirm and fight me the whole time. I didn't get anything out of the service except frustration of trying to make them behave.