Dave Willis7 ways to say, “I love you.”
I remember the first time I said, “I love you,” to my amazing wife, Ashley. At the time, we were both college students. I had been working up the nerve to say it for a long time, but for some reason, the thought of saying it out loud made me feel like throwing up! My mind [Read More...]
This Is Not A BlogDuring “Women Tell All,” Here’s a Glimpse of What Real Love Looks Like
How – without a helicopter or hot tub in sight, I caught a glimpse of true love.
Ashley WillisWhen a Husband and Wife Don’t See Eye to Eye
Photo from Tumblr/Swiked Recently, this photo of a dress went viral on the internet and had millions of people arguing about its color. Like many of you, Dave and I were a little obsessed with deciding whether we considered this dress to be black and blue or white and gold. We actually went [Read More...]
Ask ShauntiDealing with Disrespect During Difficult Decisions
Dear Shaunti: As the new medical director at a large hospital and top surgeon, I am a qualified woman with excellent experience in the medical field and in management. But I seem to be having a really hard time with my male coworkers since I was promoted. I work with a lot of men and [Read More...]
Church for MenIs self-esteem wrecking church attendance?
A generation bathed in self-esteem is having a hard time integrating into institutional Christianity.
Searching for Tom SawyerA Dad’s Playbook for Forging Faith in his Kids–Part 3: Gentlemen–This is Your Brain on Testosterone
(Many great books have been written recently about how to be more intentional in forging faith in the home. Most so far have been written by female authors and while inclusive, tend to speak better to moms and women. Over the next several weeks I want to speak to dads in male language about their [Read More...]
Wordy NerdyWhy I Never Wanted Pets but Got One Anyway
I never wanted pets, never grew up with pets, yet now I have one. Here's how it went.