Tap in to Your Spouse and Family

Are you using this time of “social distancing” to tap in to your spouse? How about your family? What do we mean by the term “tapping in?” Several weeks ago our friend Debi Walter, from The Romantic Vineyard ministry made a great point on this issue. In her blog, “Tap Read More…

Connecting Together During This Difficult Time

Connecting together, as a couple and a family is especially important during this difficult time when the Coronavirus is causing so many of us to be homebound. Some of you are home because you lost your job. Or it could be that your school is shut down. Some of you Read More…

Checking In to Connect Weekly With Your Spouse

How often do you and your spouse check in to connect with each other? Do you connect daily, or do you connect weekly? How about monthly? Or maybe you don’t even think about its importance. We sure do. As a couple we see the fallback when we do not at Read More…

Being Present in Your Marriage

I just read a “one liner” that stated, “One day I’ll look up from my phone and realize my kids put me in a nursing home.” I’m thinking the same can be stated another way. “One day I’ll look up from my phone (or computer) and realize my spouse has left Read More…

The Selfie Mindset

You see it almost EVERYWHERE! People are taking pictures of themselves almost everywhere you look. And that’s okay in certain circumstances. But it’s so over the top now that you begin to wonder. With all of this emphasis on me, me, me… what about those who are around me? Are Read More…

Hold On or You’ll Drift

There’s something important that Sheila Gregoire and her husband Keith talked about in a Focus on the Family radio program. The title of the program is “Thinking Your Way to a Better Marriage.” In it, they discussed how married couples have a tendency to drift apart over time. That’s why it’s important Read More…

Vantage Points in Marriage

Vantage Point is the name of a movie that came out in 2008. In it, the attempted assassination of an American President is shown over and over from different vantage points. It showed how each person saw the same thing, yet formed different responses based on their view. Vantage Points Read More…