Heroes in Marriage

I was thinking about the Super Bowl football game (a sports event coming up this Sunday, which is a HUGE deal, here in the United States). Because it’s such a huge deal, its “heroes” often are propelled into the forefront of our attention. But they aren’t the only heroes we Read More…

A Love Story – Joni and Ken

I just finished reading a book that I highly recommend you read. It’s written by Joni and Ken Eareckson Tada with Larry Libby, and is titled, Joni & Ken: An Untold Love Story. Not only is it a great read, it’s inspiring and has some surprising and candid parts to Read More…

LOVE: The Greatest Force – Loving The Same As Christ

The problem with love is that so many people don’t have a clue what it is. Love is NOT a feeling. It’s an ATTITUDE. Basing love on emotions, as the world does, has caused immeasurable pain to numbers of couples. It’s like building a sand castle on the beach. It Read More…

The “Mythical Mate” You Married

Here’s an all too familiar scenario: You “fell in love” with your spouse before marrying and then AFTER marrying, you look at him or her and think, “Who IS this person?” He or she is totally different from the person you thought you married. You wonder is this a mythical Read More…

Loving Memory of a Great Marriage

“In loving memory” usually denotes someone has died. But that is not exactly the case as I want to make some comments in loving memory of my husband —Tony McWilliams. Tony is alive and well and today we are celebrating. Though my husband lives, he has died to himself on Read More…

Marriage: A Vow of Small Things – MM #171

“Small but frequent gestures of affection and care may appear to be insignificant. But grouped together over days and years they become the undeniable evidence of your highest love and deepest devotion.” (Dr. Ronn Elmore) It’s all the small things done over time that is most meaningful. If there’s something we’ve Read More…

Marriage: An Outrageous Commitment – MM #170

“Anyone who has been married for more than 5 minutes realizes that it takes so much more to have a good marriage than we were ever told. It takes more than love, more than sincerity, more than compatibility, good communication skills, or hard effort. It takes more than a good Read More…

When A Wife Is Hardest To Love, She Needs It Most

Women are complex emotional creatures. Your wife doesn’t need you to completely understand her or figure out all her ins and outs and ups and downs. She may not even understand these things about herself. But to seek to love her, no matter what, is a goal worth pursuing. Cindy Read More…