Maritally: Are You Flourishing or Languishing?

Recently, I read through some devotional thoughts written by Bob Gass, in the Daily Devotional: The Word for You Today. The question being asked is, “Are you flourishing?” He’s asking whether we’re flourishing or languishing. This concerns how we approach every day living, and our personal relationships. It’s based on Read More…

Much Needed Perspective

It’s one of those “Thanks Lord, I needed that” times. God gave me much needed perspective on some things that have been troubling me. I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn’t go back to sleep. My mind became too active. Do you have any of those Read More…

Being Truly Loved

One thing I tell women all the time is how blessed I am to be Steve’s wife (although earlier in our marriage, I didn’t feel that way when things were quite rocky, but I digress). He makes me feel cherished. And I sure don’t want to take that for granted Read More…

Make Love Happen Whenever Possible

Something that Kevin B Bullard wrote a while ago on the My Marriage Works web site, got my attention. This is because my husband Steve and I have found it to be SO true. Kevin challenges us to make love happen whenever we can. He wrote: “For as long as you’re Read More…

Grace to Fulfill Roles in Marriage – MM #219

Within this Marriage Message, we will be discussing the roles that we each play within our marriages. We acknowledge that the term “roles” is not a popular one in today’s world. But in this Marriage Message, we will be pointing out the role of being an encourager within our marriage. Read More…

Marriage’s Most Valuable Asset – MM #161

Have you ever considered the thought that the health of your marriage is a treasure? It is not only a valuable asset in your personal lives, but it is also valuable to your family, work and society, as a whole. What prompted these thoughts was an article we read in Read More…

Appreciating and Depreciating Each Other – MM #13

When you live together day after day, it seems to be a natural progression (or regression) to notice that, which you don’t appreciate about each other, rather than what you do. Somehow the negatives grab our attention to the point where they erase the positives from our minds completely. Instead Read More…

The Mark Of A Great Husband

What is the mark of a great husband? Is it financial responsibility, social prominence, strength and vigor, or being a successful father? As important as these areas are, there is a much greater issue. The mark of a great husband is an absolute, unfailing commitment to his wife. A husband Read More…